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Aberdovey by Train

Riding the railways across Wales to Bernard Darwin’s favorite, one finds that less has changed than might be expected since the great man’s day

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Quail Lodge Golf Club

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Gullane Golf Club, Maine Golf and Stay, Destination Kohler, and more

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Asheville Golf Travel Vacation

From this vow rose the plaintive title of Wolfe’s final novel, You Can’t Go Home Again, published two years after the author’s death in 1940. Reflections on Wolfe and on my own Carolina boyhood in Greensboro came sweeping back last autumn as I made an impulsive overnight drive toward Asheville—where I had not set foot in nearly 40 years—to try and wring some solace from the last days of the golf season up in the Ridge.

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Turnkey Vacation | Charleston

CHARLESTON IS HOT—and I’m not referring to the climate.
In each of the last three years, the readers of Conde Nast Traveler have voted Charleston, South Carolina, the Best City in the United States. It’s an award based on six criteria—ambience, culture, friendliness, lodging, restaurants, and shopping.

But not golf—and that’s the best news of all. Why? Because the truth is, Charleston’s golf is very good indeed. I’m not referring now to the justly famed playgrounds on the islands of Kiawah, Seabrook, and Isle of Palms. No, I’m talking about a handful of closer-to-town courses that have managed to remain under the radar and therefore have two things in common: They’re uncrowded and they’re reasonably priced. Most important, all are within 20–25 minutes of the city, leaving plenty of time to enjoy Charleston’s winning charm.

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