Golf is coming (back) to Cuba. More than 50 years after the Castro Revolution and the labeling of the game as “bourgeois,” a $350 million resort, The Carbonera Club, is planned for Varadero on the island’s north coast. To be built by the British firm Esencia Hotels and Resorts—and featuring a course designed by Tony Jacklin—it’s just the first of as many as 15 or so new courses to expected open in Cuba over the next decade. Why the change of heart? The need for tourism dollars. Which also explains why, according to The Economist, Varadero will build the largest marina in the Caribbean and the country’s airports will be upgraded, as well. When those airports begin accepting flights from the U.S. is a whole different issue.