Rancho Manana Golf Club

The Rancho Manana Golf Club, listed by Golf Digest as one of the top fifty golf courses for women (within the country), offers the most challenging courses as well as the most breath-taking views in Scottsdale Arizona. Among the other golf vacation destinations in Arizona, Rancho Manana is also ranked in the top ten golf courses because of its dramatic elevation changes, abundant wildlife, unspoiled desert terrain, and historic landmarks which are now part of the resort. This golf club is known for its playability and fairness for players of different levels making it ideal for beginners to test the waters.

The Camelback Mountain, Squaw Peak, Mummy Mountain, Tonto National Forest (with the Elephant Butte), South Mountain and the Black Mountain are just some of the fantastic scenery that can be viewed by golfers playing in the Rancho Manana Golf Club. Vacation trips spent at Rancho Manana are golf trips well spent. After all, not all golf courses offer a competitive playing field at the same time, a relaxing ambiance close to nature and its breath-taking beauty. Overall, players will be passing around the clubhouse and restaurant facilities, lush oasis of water-guarded holes, and wildlife such as roadrunners, bobcats, mule deer, and rabbits.

The amenities of Rancho Manana Golf Club include an 18-hole championship golf course, fully stocked golf shop, full length driving range, practice chipping and putting greens, full service restaurants, and locker rooms. Aside from that, the resort also offers competitive golf vacation package deals ideal for any season. Furthermore, the club has a European style spa, outdoor swimming pool, future tennis courts, and amazing 1,500 square ft. casitas.

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Andersons Creek Golf Club

Numerous golf vacation destinations are being featured all over the Internet to help golfers plan their trips ahead of time. In Canada, Prince Edward Island is known among local golfers for its famous golf courses including the Andersons Creek Golf Club. What makes this golf club interesting is that it is being laid out over undulating lands which include water hazards. Andersons Creek, as its name entails, covers a distinct feature which is the creek itself. Golfers have to cross this creek 4 times in order to finish their round. Furthermore, Andersons Creek has a split of holes including 10 Par Fours, 4 Par Fives, and 4 Par Threes. Strategically placed bunkers are also present to make the game more interesting than ever.

The Andersons Creek Golf Club is designed by architect Graham Cooke who have won over 50 amateur golf tournaments. He is an inspired designer who puts his love and experience into application and designed most of Canada’s golf courses. Aside from a famous architect, Andersons Creek also provide a well-stocked pro shop to make any golf trip fulfilling. The shop offer various player packages ranging from hats, shirts, towels, gloves, and golf balls. Jackets and pants are also available in wet weather package to help golfers enjoy the game even if it’s rain or shine. In addition, trained CPGA professionals are ready to help and assist players during their golf sessions.

Lastly, a golf vacation is never complete without availing at least one of the amazing golf packages that Anderson Creek offers. These packages include but are not limited to Cavendish Beach Music Festival Golf Package, 2 Rounds 1 Night Package, Stay & Play Package, and The Sun Ice Jacket Package. Furthermore, the Andersons Creek Golf Club renders 2-Course Specials starting from $100. Golfers who wanted to stay for several days or weeks can also avail for accommodation packages.

Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course

Florida is known to be the hub for beaches and other recreational activities associated with sunshine. So it is no wonder why it has also become the home of several popular golf vacation destinations in the world. One of the most sought for is the Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course which is located in Naples and designed by one of the foremost name in architecture, Tom Fazio. The course measures 6,894 yards from the longest tees, playing for a par of 72. Water comes into play in this layout that exhibits the Fazio signature bunkering. That means a well-shaped sand bunker strategically placed in specific directions to add demand and drama on the field. Putting a little heart into this arduous course are the indigenous vegetation which is a congregation of large oaks, pines and cypresses. The six tees on each hole adds for a golfers challenge, along with a handicap that matters.

Adding to the interesting features of this golf trip destination is the newly redeveloped clubhouse that stands a towering 45,000 square foot. The Thirsty Pelican Lounge caters for casual dining, while the Grill Room and the Terrace opens for incomparable fun. For golf enthusiast who would like to spend romantic memories in Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course, aside from playing, the initiate setting in the newly renovated dining rooms serves the most amorous culinary treats, signature seafood dishes and heart-warming delights.

The amazing design and showcases in Pelican’s Nest Golf Club – Hurricane Course has lead to more recognitions, aside from the obvious increasing number of guests coming in. Golf Digest merited it with a four-star rating –a proud gathering of those flashy that always define anything into fame. The course also received the honor as Florida’s most favorite golf vacation spot.

The Gallery Golf Course

Featuring two well-acclaimed golf courses is the The Gallery Golf Course at Tucson, Arizona. Providing a challenging layout on a picturesque sweeping view of the Sonoran desert landscape is the North Golf Course. On the other side, the South Golf Course offers gentle elevation changes on a view of thousands of giant saguaros coming from different directions. Both golf vacation destinations are set on an exuberant and natural desert surrounding that gives an exceptionally gratifying golf experience for golfers coming from various skill levels.

North Course of the The Gallery Golf Course, which was designed by John Fought and Tom Lehman (British Open Champion and 2006 Ryder Cup Captain), is ranked #1 in Southwest Arizona by Golf Digest and is acknowledged as one of Golfweek’s Top 100 Modern Courses. In this golf vacation spot, the nines meander through rugged canyons while the Sonoran views do more than amaze, it’s the tool to distract golfers and add to the demands, all together. Frankly, touring professionals would find the 18 holes tough, so it would seem more suitable for the higher handicap players.

Revealing into a more playable environment means going to the South Course of The Gallery Golf Course. Here, private clubs provide guests a place to sit back and relax with only the view to find hyperactive. The links style here is reminiscent of Donald Ross Pinehursts and its architectural scheme is more pleasing to the players who prefer a more classical atmosphere. This golf trip course, designed by John Fought, was nominated one of Golf Digest’s 100 Best. As a whole, the Gallery Golf Course received various awards and it became the highly celebrated host of the 2007 and 2008 World Golf Championships-Accenture.

Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant

Other golf vacation destinations acquire a ride on the fame of its neighbouring land mark like famous casinos or exemplary residential areas. Such is not the case for Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant, though, for this course can stand alone with its picturesque landscape bordered by Riviere du Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. The reputation of its designer, Fred Couples – having won 14 PGA Tours and the 1992 Masters – only served as a supplementary to lift the recognition of this already well-acclaimed golf course in Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.

Opened in May 31, 2011, this golf vacation location plays for par 72 and tumbles over 260 acres of a beautiful riverfront where elevation changes and divine scenic vistas complements with the sight of the impenetrable looking forests and ecclesiastic waterways. With inputs from Gene Bates, Couple’s associate at Couple Bates Golf Design, the Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant came into play as a layout showing a design that presents a unique style only for Cooke-Huxham International Golf Course Architects in Montreal.

Aside from the layout and the glorious landscape, Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant also prides for state-of-the-art features, including a practice facility with target greens, and a cubhouse standing 13,000 square foot. More golf vacation packages come in as external tennis courts and a swimming pool open for those guest who just wants to relax while their friends dive in for a game of golf. During summers, guests can also take advantage of the amazing gazebo that allows sight for sorcerous waterfall nearby. For regular days, the amazing wine cellar and first-class restaurant offer a quick and enjoyable snack party, after a thrilling play at the course.

Kingsmill Resort – Woods Course

A golf vacation destination designed by two renowned people — two-time U.S. Open champion Curtis Strange and golf course architect Tom Clark— may be expected to be boastful in nature. But that character is far from the modest attitude of Kingsmill Resort – Woods Course that is located in a private corner on the resort. The parkland-style golf course, with its wide fairways, large greens and water hazards, compliments with the well-conditioned natural beauty of the area.

Each hole of the Kingsmill Resort – Woods Course has unique golf trip attributes. The opening hole, that plays for par 4 on a 385 yards of amazing landscape, requires a tee that needs to favor the fairways on the left, in order to avoid a bunker on the right. The putts call for serious caution because the tilts of the greens forces a risk taking play. The 9th hole is a long par 5 that needs a tee shot in the fairway. Doing so will avoid the tall trees on the left and the intimidating hill on the right. Distance control on the front pin is a requirement in order to swale on the backside of this area. The last hole commands tactical two shots in order to finish. The perilously guarded area and multi-tiered green add to the thrilling feel of this specific hole.

The countless amazing features of the Kingsmill Resort – Woods Course are the basic elements why it was honored by GOLF magazine as one of the “Top Ten Courses Available for Public Play”. As soon as it opened as a newest addition to the Kingsmill Resort golf vacation destinations‘ family, many have become attracted to its seemingly quintessential orientation that has a mix of bewilderment, new to the Virginia golf community.

Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club

Here is a golf vacation destination that is “fashionably sensitive but too cool to care”. Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club in Hilton Head, South Carolina is simply a fun course that stretches a short 6,780 yards at the tips, leading to 5,210 yards. The missing par 5 makes for only par 71, overall, but that doesn’t take out the enjoyment and challenge on this four tee stationed plan. More to the makings of this course are the striking personality of the magnificent scenery, shot-making challenges and a room to wale with the driver.

The intention to make this golf trip friendly to senior and women players is evident. Designer Davis Love III meticulously created the layout to hold water more than any golf course in the area can. The strategically positioned hazards exhibit Love’s signature architectural theories on Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club. There is constantly a new surprise awaiting a golf enthusiast at every corner. Some people find it even a little wicked, with hidden hazards blinding a shot. Nevertheless, it is always a playful and mischievous feel to outmatch the challenges.

Every hole in Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club is an opportunity to adjust calculations and sync strategies with the requirements of each hole. There is a huge bunker from the tee and a crowd of trees right along the edge that also requires serious tactics. Providing a little relief after is the water that frees the area leading a golfer into the sight of  rolling fairways. But the loose tension is short lived with swales that can risk a game if not utilized properly. Clearly, there is a heart racing factor in this friendly course – that makes it all the more worth the experience. Truly, it is easy to distinguish the atmosphere of this course, among many golf vacation destinations around the world.