Popticals For Golfers

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Popticals For Golfers

If you’re like many golfers who, when not wearing sunglasses, place them on your head, hang on your shirt or stuff them in the golf bag only to have them scratched or broken, that concern has now been eliminated by Popticals, a manufacturer of Italian-made high-performance sunglasses.

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WHEN IN DROUGHT, PLAY GOLF

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WHEN IN DROUGHT, PLAY GOLF

Back in early December, Northern California finally took a drenching but it was far from what was media-hyped as the “storm of the century.” While it brought a record amount of precipitation for a short amount of time, with some areas sustaining severe flooding, for a moment, there was a dripping of relief to the Golden State’s long-running drought situation.

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TOP SHELF COMFORT AT KOHANAIKI

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TOP SHELF COMFORT AT KOHANAIKI

Fugget about the 19th hole at the new Rees Jones-designed Kohanaiki GC, located on the oceanfront grounds of the Kona Coast’s newest private community, Kohanaiki. Here, there’s no need to wait for a cart girl or until after the last putt drops to enjoy a few libations since you can quench your thirst at one of three comfort stations planted at holes six, seven (also next to the tennis courts) and thirteen.

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Golf Under The Shadows of California's Giants

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Golf Under The Shadows of California's Giants

Who says the pace of play is ruining the game of golf? I, for one, despise slow play but taking an entire year to complete 18 holes at one golf course seems beyond explanation. And with the same three playing partners. Two days before the big ball dropped on 2014, our foursome braved chilly temperatures (okay, so it was only mid-40s) with bright sunny skies to hack the ball around Northwood Golf Course, the same venue we played our first round of 2014, two days into the New Year and under similar winter-like conditions.

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Best 19th Hole In the World?

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Best 19th Hole In the World?

Fortunately, I don’t suffer from acrophobia. Standing at the edge of any cliff with no protective railing while looking down 1,400 feet can be a stomach-churning experience anywhere. But when standing on top of Hanglip Mountain in Limpopo, South Africa, with my eyes fixated on a green in the shape of the African continent surrounded by dense bush at the Legend Golf & Safari Resort, I had cause to grip my 7-wood a bit tighter.

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