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You’re probably familiar with NetJets and Wheels Up, if only because tour players will shout out these private-aviation companies quite often. These leaders in private-jet flights sponsor a number of tour pros—who get a number of flights as part of their deals—and they also work with players who can afford the cost to fly private
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When you think of foods you want to eat during a round of golf, a great thing to remember is how wood burns in a fireplace. (Stay with us for a moment.) Things such as pretzels, chips, cookies, crackers, etc., are like kindling. They burn super fast and leave you hungry, fatigued and distracted—feelings you
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No matter the budget, you can tee it up with the best options the simulator realm has to offer. On the luxury end of the spectrum resides GOLFZON’s Vision. Rather than a standard mat, a user can replicate various course conditions like fairway, rough or sand positions on a moving swing plate. This plate gives
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Getting to the golf course in style might evoke images of stretch limos or chartered helicopters, but how about a cruise ship? It’s a pretty cool idea, one that you might not have considered. Several cruise-ship companies, big and small, cater to golfers—with on-board offerings (you can hit balls on a ship!) or in-port excursions
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Walking the range at a PGA Tour event, it’s apparent that although there might be a few tour players who still don’t own launch monitors, there aren’t any who haven’t been on one and don’t know what the numbers mean. And that’s increasingly true not only for tour players but college players and top junior
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Many private country clubs are finding themselves in a conundrum: They need members, but the number of people joining clubs isn’t growing. Therefore, membership is now a market-share game, and clubs need to develop marketing plans to attract members from other clubs as well as those looking to join a club for the first time.
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It has never been easier to see your swing—and to do it, you don’t even have to go see an instructor with an elaborate teaching studio. The technology that was once the province of only professional-grade cameras has trickled down to the consumer market, making it easy and inexpensive to take high-quality video. The best
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Golf bags used to be so easy to understand—it was a cart or carry bag, and that was pretty much it. Today, there are a number of sub-categories designed to address the needs of pretty much any golfer. One thing our 13 Editors’ Choice bags (spread over six categories) have in common, however, is practicality
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You might think golf tour operators would’ve gone the way of buggy-whip manufacturers, what with the Internet and the rise of do-it-yourself booking. In fact, the best tour operators are thriving. They’ve met the online era with heightened service, creative product ideas and smart marketing partnerships. All our Editors’ Choice tour operators are great at
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You can find wonderful golf academy experiences in a variety of locations—from gorgeous top-end resorts where you’d expect first-class facilities to private clubs tucked away off the familiar path. Our list offers a mix in geography and type of experience, but all of the schools have top-of-the-line instruction at a variety of price points—from the
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