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White Sulphur Springs, WV

It's easy to drive right past the unobtrusive white brick pillars in the village of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Before you know it, you've missed the small brass plaques announcing The Greenbrier. First-time visitors expect a flashy entrance. After all, this is the American icon that was named the 20th century's top resort by Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report. Every major travel...

Bandon, OR

Is it possible to make a movie that captures the essence of golf in Great Britain without crossing the pond? The makers of a film based on the 1972 Michael Murphy classic, Golf in the Kingdom, thought so. They used Bandon Dunes as a stand-in for Scotland's famous links courses.

All that's missing is the Scottish brogue flavoring your caddy's sage advice. The courses are walking...

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Hot Springs, VA

One of the grande dames of American golf resorts, The Homestead was built in 1766 as an inn in the Allegheny foothills of western Virginia. Because of the area's warm springs (which still feed the historic indoor swimming pool), it grew into a popular spa resort during the 1800s. Destroyed by fire, the hotel was rebuilt of red brick, with east and west wings flanking a clock tower....

Wailea, HI

On the grounds of Maui's 1,500-acre Wailea Resort are six world-class hotels, including the 780-room Grand Wailea. In addition to three golf courses (and two more adjacent), the hotel has an amazing pool complex, an extensive spa, and one of the island's best beaches—all of which make it a top choice for families.

The Wailea Golf Club is home to the Blue, Emerald, and Gold...

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Hilton Head Island, SC

Nearly 50 years ago, law student Charles Fraser envisioned an eco-friendly, master-planned resort community on Hilton Head Island. His Sea Pines Resort became a reality and a benchmark for upscale resort developments. The beachfront resort occupies 5,000 acres on the island's southern tip—a peninsula bordered by the Atlantic and Calibogue Sound. True to Fraser's wishes, environmental...

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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

The epicenter of Mexican golf lies in Los Cabos—20 miles of shoreline on the tip of the Baja Peninsula—between the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. A four-lane highway joins the two towns, creating "The Corridor" where many upscale resorts are located.

Cabo del Sol Beach & Golf Resort lies midway between the two towns—both of which are worth a visit. The...

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