SentryWorld Golf Course

SentryWorld Golf Course

Sentry World

SentryWorld, located in the central Wisconsin town of Stevens Point has long been known as the state’s first true golf destination. This area, commonly referred to as the “Gateway to the North Woods” is the link between the rolling farmlands of the Badger state and the lake country to the north. The vision for this grand daily fee parkland layout originated with the late (and former Sentry Insurance Chairman) John Joanis. Joanis hired Robert Trent Jones Jr to design this midwest beauty that opened to rave reviews back in June, 1982.

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It was Joanis and RTJ II’s collaboration that led to the creation of the Par 3 signature sixteenth known as the “Flower Hole”.

After a damaging wind storm destroyed numerous trees on the 200+ acre property over a decade ago, Sentry contacted RTJ II Design to come back and evaluate what was needed to restore SentryWorld to it’s former gloryThe firm summoned its young and talented design associate (and native Badger) Jay Blasi to make the assessment.

Blasi informed the leadership at Sentry that the storm actually was beneficial to the course and suggested the removal of a thousand additional trees (thus allowing for open corridors, angles for more strategic play and improved air flow & sunlight exposure for healthier turf). Also, upon further discovery, Blasi learned there was a serious need to replace the outdated irrigation system, drainage, bunkers, and many of the green complexes. Finally, in 2012 new Sentry chairman Pete McPartland came on the scene with passionate energy and big picture vision to implement the plan that was previously outlined.

There was really only one hurdle to leap for McPartland to bring it all to fruition – RTJ Design was the company commissioned to do the renovation, but Blasi was no longer part of their stable, he had left and started his own firm (Jay Blasi Design).

Blasi was McPartland’s choice to oversee and implement the major improvements to the courseTo make a long story short, McPartland made it happen, Blasi would be his point guard on the renovation as the Project Architect (along with RTJ II designer Bruce Charlton). To spend an hour with Pete McPartland is to realize that this is a person, and a leader of the highest order (a lunch meeting with Jay and Pete is not just a treat, it’s an honor).

Blasi and the RTJ staff quickly got to work, Jay himself spent the better part of 28 straight weeks on the property. The removal of trees opened up site lines, vistas and enhanced the strategy elements for better players – thus, also allowing for more enjoyment for all ability levels. Also, several hole routings were changed or modified – utilizing some parcels of land that were previously untouched. For those playing the forward tees, the distance was reduced to 4696 yards to increase enjoyment. The challenge for those who aspire to conquer the sternest of tests (from the back tees) was increased to 7145 yards. The new expansive driving range no longer faces the early morning sunrise glare of the east, and accommodates a greater number of enthusiastic linksters.

Sentry Company The renovation completely closed the course for two years, in the fall of 2014 the facility re-opened for a preview. But it wasn’t just the course that re-opened, McPartland and the Sentry Company went a giant step further, they decided to created an entire mega complex, devoted to golf, tennis, outstanding local cuisine, and the best reception facility in the area for weddings, banquets and corporate meetings. A jewel that would serve not only as a company asset but also as a community treasure.

 

Sentry WorldPJ’s restaurant serves up the local flavor. Anything with cheese in Wisconsin is a big hit, as well as the native fresh catch. Jay Blasi’s go to comfort food when in town is the tomato soup and grilled cheese. I chose the soup as well, along with cheese curds and salmon tacos. For just getting off the plane and driving 2 1/2 hours from Milwaukee (we were in town to also cover the U.S Open and visit Sand Valley) – this was the perfect pre-round experience. Delicious is an inadequate description of how outstanding the food is here (outstanding service as well).


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A SentryWorld staple – Farmhouse Ale Cheese Curds

 

 

 

 

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The staff were setting up for a large reception during our visit, this is one of several halls equipped to handle any special occasion at SentryWorld.

 

 

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1st Hole – Make sure you get a good warm up, SentryWorld starts off with a challenging 424 yard dogleg left par 4 (blue tees).

 

 

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2nd Hole – One of the new designs at SentryWorld is the 473 yard par 4 second. Easily the bully of the front 9, Blasi used part of the old eleventh to craft this hole that offers great flexibility for tournament play (it can play as a 598 yard par 5 for professionals). A long accurate approach shot is required here, the green offers a fair amount of back to front slope.

 

 

Sentry World3rd Hole – Any sign of significant elevation change is absent at SentryWorld, but harmonious natural surroundings like this “infinity green” at the par 3 – third is an early indicator of how special the experience at SentryWorld will be. Once a vacant pocket in the woods, this lakeside parcel is now the setting for the shortest hole on the property. At 151 yards from the tips, it’s the perfect chance to catch your breath after the challenge of the opening holes.

 

 

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4th Hole – The 299 yard fourth is a fabulous example of a risk reward drivable par 4. Avoid Blasi’s subliminal invite to go for the green and play less club to the proper position on the right side of the fairway . . .

 

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. . . here’s the correct angle for an easy wedge. *Blasi took on his own challenge and paid the tariff when his well-intentioned high draw fell just short of clearing the hazard. I chose the less risky route, but taking the “low hanging fruit” option doesn’t require an apology after notching the first circle on the card.

 

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7th Hole – The par 3 seventh is the toughest of the one shotters at SentryWorld (it played 211 yards during our visit) the slightly elevated shallow green requires the proper club selection. Avoid any tucked pin location here and aim for the center of this green, 3 is a great score here.

 

 

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8th Hole – The 340 yard eighth is another example of variety at the new version of SentryWorld. This tight tree lined hole lends itself to precision over might. The superb flash bunkering does a fabulous job of framing the landing areas and defining depth. Simple beauty, nothing tricky here.

 

 

Sentry World9th Hole – The re-designed 508 yard par 5 ninth gets my vote for the most fun hole on the property. Using the original tee and green locations as well as the existing creek, the design team crafted a fairway slot down the right side to encourage aggressive play to this well guarded green. Although it’s listed as a long par 4 for professionals, I personally don’t think it should be, the hole has a thirteenth at Augusta like essence – it’s beauty and temptation all neatly wrapped in one glorious setting . Hit two masterful shots and you’re likely rewarded, miss just slightly (as I did) and you’ll be kicking yourself for ruining a good opportunity to get healthy on the card. My immediate thought after walking off that green was I want to play that hole again.

 

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Another view of the ninth, this one from behind the green shows all the elements of strategy, beauty and recovery.

 

 

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10th Hole – Although the tenth offers back to back par 5’s on the card, this is an entirely different test than the ninth (playing 612 yards from the back tees), survival is the theme here – par is a solid score on this monster dogleg right.

 

 

Sentry World11th Hole – If there is a drivable par 4 on the course to take on – it’s the new eleventh. It Played 280 yards during our visit, and features a green that’s now located in front of the water (previously it was tucked further back and right of the hazard. Longtime RTJ II designer and SentryWorld co-project architect Bruce Charlton gave his thoughts on the hole, “Creating the new eleventh really allowed us to focus on increasing the fun factor”. Pick the appropriate tee (who says you can’t move up a box to make the hole more of a risk reward challenge) and smash a low bullet fade tee shot that leaves nothing more than a chip and putt to this well undulated infinity green. This well crafted design gives you every chance to put another circle on the card.

 

Sentry World 12th Hole – Perhaps the biggest change to the updated design at Sentry World is the 139 yard (161 yards from the tips) par 3 twelfth. Located in a previously unsullied parcel on the property, the design team created a fantastic short par 3 on a peninsula that requires your full attention – especially if the wind is blowing (Blasi striped his mid-iron shot here that played much longer than the number thanks to a stiff hurting breeze that came up just as we reached the tee). Don’t over club as I did here, plenty of room has been provided to the left for a viable path to escape with par.

 

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14th Hole – A view of the green complex at the par 5 fourteenth shows off the variable patterns and heights of cut – brilliant work by Superintendent Matt Smith and his grounds staff. *Look for our Q&A with Matt Smith coming soon in our “Masters of the Moss” section.

 

 

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The presentation of colors at the “Flower hole” can be distracting to the task at hand, so take a few photos and enjoy the scenery on this one of a kind mid- length (168 yard) par 3 that was inspired by RTJ’s visit to Holland’s Tulip festival just before getting started on the original design 35 years ago. Blasi and I took a few minutes to discuss the flora and all of its splendor, then settled back into our match that was knotted up at All Square.

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Ground level view of the hole gives you a better idea of just how much effort the Agronomy/Landscape staff put in to create this iconic scene each spring.

 

 

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17th Hole  – The new seventeenth hole is a much friendlier than the previous version with more room off the tee and a short approach to a severely sloped green that runs away from the player. This view from behind the green is among the most serene at Sentry World.

 

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18th Hole – The 18th tee, a 439 yard uphill right to left dogleg is a worthy finale. Midwest conifers and evergreens guard the corner, while fairway bunkers on the right catch any flared drives that fail to draw. Your two best are required here to finish strong.

 

SentryWorld The back center pin sits just over a rise on a shelf, an uphill recovery from short of the green allows for an aggressive shortgame play – miss this green deep, and the round will likely end with a miscue.

SentryWorld is a must play when traveling to the midwest. If you’re planning a Wisconsin golf vacation, put this re-imagined parkland Top 100 daily fee gem on your list, and tell them who sent you . . .

 

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For more info: https://www.sentryworld.com/

 

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Jason  Bruno
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Vail Golf Club Feature

Vail Golf Club Feature

Highlighted by views of the Gore Mountain Range, Vail’s mountain-style, 18-hole course features unique fairways, smooth putting surfaces and a scenic layout amidst the White River National Forest.

The fairways are tree-lined and generally flat, but numerous greenside and fairway bunkers, as well as beaver ponds, will test a golfer’s accuracy. Vail’s course features 6,766 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.

A course rating of 71.2/132 from the back tees and 60.2/103 from the forward tees make it a truly spectacular experience for golfers of all skill levels. Recognized by Golf Digest as a “Top 100 Resort Course,” golfers enjoy watching their balls fly 10 percent farther in Vail’s high altitude environment, while they challenge themselves on greens that follow the scenic Gore Creek.

Designed and built by one of Vail’s pioneers, Ben Krueger, in 1962, Vail’s course continues to be thought of by many as one of the best courses in the Vail Valley — a must-play among locals and guests alike.

New to the course is an all-new restaurant, the Grill on the Gore, and a beautiful new banquet space, the Gore Range Room. The restaurant is open everyday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m for lunch and ápres. 

To learn more about the Vail Golf Club, visit Vail.Golf

A visit to Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge

A visit to Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge

Bay Hill Club & Lodge

Just about a month or so after the last putt dropped at the 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational, we returned to to experience what it’s like to be a guest at the Bay Hill Club & Lodge where Mr.Palmer called home every winter and spring for nearly the last half century of his life.

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But we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational, which was a celebration of “A Life well Played”, and it was an honor to be on hand to cover the event that won’t soon be forgotten. It was special week dedicated to remembering Arnie.

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On a beautiful spring morning in Orlando, the new statue of The King forges an unforgettable symbol of an American icon that is missed by all. The 13 foot effigy stands tall over the 1st tee in homage to the golf legend that continues to inspire so many.

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Palmer fell hard for the place when he first visited the club for an exhibition match back in 1965 (photo above) and “began the quest to make it his own”. The quiet surroundings, abundant wildlife, and a golf course that fit his eye was exactly what a 35 year old Palmer was looking for. According to longtime assistant and friend Doc Giffin, “It appealed to him because of the privacy, he thought he had found a nice, quiet, lovely place (with a golf course).” In 1970, Bay Hill became his winter home, and in 1979, the PGA Tour moved it’s Central Florida stop permanently to Bay Hill (which was originally designed by Dick Wilson in 1961).

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To this day, remarkably, Bay Hill remains the serene place that Palmer first laid eyes on over 50 years ago. Located on 270 acres along the Butler chain of lakes between the ultra affluent communities of Windermere and Dr.Phillips, the residences of Bay Hill itself are handsomely modest and unassuming in a locale where gaudy gated mansions are the norm. In fact, for many years, you could have driven through and seen the four time Masters Champion coming out of his condo in the neighborhood to take his dog for a stroll early in the a.m hours.

Despite all of the big time tourism development in the area over the last 45 years (Bay Hill is now bordered to the south by Walt Disney World and to the east by Universal Studios), the place somehow has retained it’s quaint feel, so much so that when you turn west heading into the Bay Hill neighborhoodit seems as if time has stood still and it’s 1975.

The intimate charm of the lodge is felt from the moment you arrive. The staff has a large role in that. It’s almost as if Mr.Palmer has infused a micro-chip of his own welcoming nature into every one of his personnel. While taking notes during my stay, I constantly referred to it as the “A.P Effect”.

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As we learned, experiencing Bay Hill Club and Lodge as a guest is unique to any other golf destination that we have featured. Yes, it has all of the customary amenities that you’d expect at other well known world class golf destinations. It is a private club for its members, but it also doubles as a big time player in the golf resort industry, not in it’s size, but in it’s stature. The seventy room lodge offers 3 restaurants, 3 bars, an aquatic center, fitness center, spa, salon, Marina (bass fishing), tennis academy, 9,000 sq, ft of meeting space, and of course 27 holes of Arnold Palmer’s personal golf treasureHowever, it’s Mr.Palmer’s culture and DNA that’s branded into the fiber of Bay Hill that makes it the gem that it is today.

You can’t discuss a single element of the place without mentioning his influence and presence here (even today some 9 months since his passing, and likely for several decades to come). It’s a really powerful positive energy that exists here. It’s old school manners, proper presentation and an abundance of kindness.

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Little cool reminders like Mr.Palmer’s “Umbrella” logo imprinted in the sand ash tray give you an idea of just how well everything down to the smallest detail is well thought out. The AP “Umbrella” logo is recognizable worldwide, and perhaps has an even a greater significance to those here and at Palmer’s club in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.

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If someone at the club bestows one of The King’s signature pins to you consider it an honor as I did when longtime lockeroom attendant Rick Roberts was kind enough to pass a few on to me after spending some time remembering his boss and friend that he still misses dearly. The card table where Arnie and his group would gather each day is just about a medium length birdie putt away from where Roberts’ would serve up the King’s favorite – Ketel One. He introduced me to Arnie’s close friend and shootout partner Dick Ferris (who brought Palmer into the fold as a co-owner of Pebble Beach along with Clint Eastwood and Peter Ueberroth back in the summer ’99).

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Recently a $7 million renovation of the rooms was completed – resulting in spacious and comfortable lodging, nothing ostentatious. The feeling conjures up the vibe that you’re staying in Arnie’s spare room at Latrobe. Photos from a “Life Well Played” don the walls of every room. In ours was a black-n-white from the 1965 Ryder Cup Team deboarding at the airport in England. (Unlike many resorts that rotate stock photos in their rooms, every picture in every room at Bay Hill Lodge is a different moment in Arnold Palmer’s life – each selected by Mr.Palmer and his family).

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The compulsion to pull the curtains away and observe the setting is too much for any golfer to bear. What a great spot to spend a few days, now it’s time to grab the putter and wedge.

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Another view from just outside the room – the practice putting area, starters booth and 1st tee.

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On your way to the Salon, Spa, Pool, Lounge, Cafe or Golf Academy you traverse through this beautiful courtyard and gardens.

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Mr.Palmer’s personal table in the Bay Hill grill room. He would sit in the chair closest to the door so he could see everyone in the room.

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Palmer’s Payne Stewart award is displayed in Bay Hill’s grillroom

While on property I spoke with many of the key figures at the club not only about Mr.Palmer, but also about the day to day operations at Bay Hill. One of the great people in the industry to sit down with is Roy Schindele who is the Director of Sales and Marketing.

LN: How does the loss of Mr.Palmer impact the day to day operations at the club, and how do you move forward as a staff considering how large of a presence he was on a daily basis?

R.S: “The vibe here at the club comes from the staff that are so proud to have worked with him (Mr.Palmer) directly – carrying on his legacy comes naturally. That’s indicative of the tenure of the people who have worked for him. We have people that have been here 37 years, 34 years, 28 years and right on down the line. Todd (Harris) our Tennis Pro has been here 46 years. If anything we’ve stepped up our game and tightened things up a little bit to his standards and wishes in a very unwavering way” Schindele said. He continued, “The little things of respect and honor have been carried forward. For example try walking down the hallway with your hat on, we’re going to ask you to take it off, because that is what Mr.Palmer would do. His philosophy was consistency, customer service and if you take care of those two things, the bottom line will take care of itself. It’s just a step forward, not necessarily a monetary decision but what’s right for the guest or the member.”

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Dining in the grill room is another excellent experience. The full 180 degree window view of the the practice areas and 1st tee set the mood for the day. Sometimes the finest of details come in the pursuit of deliciousness, Schindele gave us a minute example of one that you’re sure to notice with your taste buds. While in the grill room having breakfast before departing for home, I made an observation about how spectacular the bacon was – so much so, that I felt compelled to take this photo (above).

The best way I could describe the “Bay Hill Bacon” (as I now refer to it as) is not by it’s texture or taste but by what I would do for another serving. I’d make the 150 mile trek up the Florida Turnpike from West Palm Beach just to get a another portion.

As it turns out, Schindele brought it up without me saying a word. “Our bacon is never frozen from the time it’s produced, to when it’s delivered here, cooked, and put on your plate – because we found that (freezing it) it diminishes the taste.

It costs the club nearly triple of what most resorts pay, but again it’s not a monetary decision, it’s about quality.” Right then I thought Arnie must have loved bacon as much as his guests.” Once again I jotted down “The A.P Effect”.

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While a guest, work on your game all you want, the staff will keep you supplied with pyramids of range balls all day long.

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Mr.Palmer’s spot on the range is still set up each day in memory of where he enjoyed spending so much of his time each day before heading out to play in the daily “Shootout” match with his regulars. During the PGA Tour stop in March his golf bag was also on display here on the far right side of the practice tee. Quite often he’d be seen back out here in the evenings tinkering with a new club or swing thought. Many like Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player have said that no one ever loved the game of golf more than Arnold Palmer.

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My last evening at the lodge I had the entire shortgame area to myself, oh what it must be like to be a member. Being a guest is the next best thing.

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In the photo (above), look beyond the statue towards the lodge – you can see PGA Tour Pro Dicky Pride working on his putting. He later would tell me “That is definitely my testing spot,” Pride said. “I use the windows of the dining room as a mirror to check my setup.”

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Close friend of Arnold Palmer and golf legend himself Dow Finsterwald is a member and resident at Bay Hill. We spent a few minutes watching the 1958 PGA Champion make putt after putt from 8 feet and all he could say was “they’re not going in the center of the cup.” Still a competitor at 87 years old. On any given day, you can bump into a golf legend like Dow at Bay Hill.

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Superintendent Chris Flynn’s Agronomy Team moves through each golf hole with remarkable precision.

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The main attraction at Bay Hill is always the golf course and it lived up to expectations, challenging a young tour player and a middle aged grinder with every club in the bag. We had a magnificent day on Arnie’s championship layout. The 184 yd par 3 seventh (pictured above).

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The 460 yard par 4 eighth was sporting a tucked championship Sunday pin (even though it was a Monday). It played as our seventeenth (we started on the back nine), it’s also where I missed an 10 footer for birdie to keep the match alive. The young pro (Michael Kartrude) had closed me out 2&1.

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The 438 yard eleventh has danger written all over it. There are no shortage of right to left approach shots on Arnie’s signature course. Afterall it was the King’s natural shot shape. You can see the water level in this photo, Florida was in serious drought conditions in late April. Now, not so much.

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A view from beside the 221 yards back tee on the gorgeous seventeenth. The blue tees where I played from were 177 yards.

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The 458 yard par 4 eighteenth is easily one of the more memorable finishing holes on the PGA Tour. It has been the scene of so many victorious Tiger celebrations that were shared with Arnie. In 2016, it was Jason Day who celebrated here with Mr.Palmer one last time.

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One of the really cool items inside the clubhouse is this guitar that ZZ Top gave Palmer as a gift.

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This timeless black and white image from the Masters Par 3 contest shows Arnie and Tiger Woods playing to a magnificent throng of patrons. It might be my single favorite golf photo. It was a gift from former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge to Sam Saunders. Today it hangs in the clubhouse just outside the grill room.

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This wall of Palmer golf memories in the grill room is a reminder of what a full life he led and those he shared it with.

To be at Bay Hill is a treat in itself. It’s a Lodge, a private golf club and resort all in one. To be a Stay n Play guest taps you into that whole experience, but first and foremost it is Arnold Palmer’s (winter) home and will always remembered and honored as such. Mr.Palmer’s family has done an outstanding job of carrying it forward. The staff here are truly an extension of him and his legacy. So when you arrive and check in at the lodge, soak it all in – we did.

When I pulled out of Bay Hill and made the right hand turn onto Apopka- Vineland road heading for home, I had this hard to describe feeling, it was as if I had just exited one era in my rear view mirror, and entered into another looking forward. I thought “Wow, that’s powerful. It’s a one of kind intangible sensation you have while on the grounds. I stopped at a red light a few miles down the road, took out my note pad and one last time jotted down: “AP Effect”.

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If you ask me about a lasting vision that I take away from Bay Hill each time I’m on property – it is this photo. It requires no explanation. It simply makes me smile . . . #ArnieWould

For more info or to book your stay at Arnie’s Place: http://www.bayhill.com/

 

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Jason  Bruno
LinksNation.com & GolfLife.com

 

Dave Pelz Backyard is Tribute to Golf

Dave Pelz Backyard is Tribute to Golf

Golf Life got the opportunity to visit one of the most amazing backyards ever created. We show you a golfer’s paradise or what top teacher Dave Pelz calls his backyard.  Watch the interview with the legendary short game guru and his son, who run Dave Pelz Synscapes.  Together they have built possibly the most amazing private golf properties of it’s kind.

Come on along it’s going to be a fun ride.  Dave Pelz states, “I’ve lived on golf courses all my life and my son who built this backyard said, you are no longer living on a golf course, you’re living on golf!”.

Lake of Isles Golf Club and Resort

Lake of Isles Golf Club and Resort

Lake of Isles Golf Club & Resort

Golf Life was invited to a product launch for TaylorMade Golf at Lake of Isles Golf Club & Resort in Connecticut. However, we found the course to be too amazing not to tell the world about the captivating views and the overall fun are what makes this golf course one of the best. Lake of Isles has so many beautiful sights that it’s hard to pick a favorite hole. From the amazing bridges that drift through the forests or the amazing lakes that the holes wind around. The overall scenery is stunning and brings a joy that nobody can refuse.

Lake Of Isles

The course itself has fun obstacles and if you want to play from the back, you have to put your ball in play. After your initial drive every hole has these amazing fairways that feel like you’re hitting straight off of carpet. The greens are spectacular and well kept. However, they are big so you have to get the ball near the cup. Though the challenges are tough it’s very doable to play a good game. If you want to move up a tee box to make it not so difficult you can. The course is overall a spectacular setting for golf and you will be sure to enjoy your game.

Lake Of Isles

Lake of Isles Golf Club is such a vibrant and enjoyable golf course. While we were playing we even got to see some wildlife at the course and the cart paths through the forests were breathtaking. All 18 holes at Lake of Isles Golf Course are unique and each of them are stunning. But don’t just take our word for it go out and play a round at Connecticut’s Lake of Isles Golf Club yourself and enjoy every second of the vibrant and nature full golf course.

Lake Of Isles

For even more information or to set up a tee time, visit their website at lakeofisles.com.

Elevate Your Golf Game at Revere Golf Club

Elevate Your Golf Game at Revere Golf Club

Elevate Your Golf Game at Revere Golf Club

When looking to getaway and play some golf you have several options out there for you to choose. Las Vegas has some of the best golf available across the country. Beginners to advanced golfers have different style of golf courses at their finger tips. From courses on the strip to courses a few miles away, Vegas Golf has you covered. Golf Life had the chance last year to visit the Revere Golf Club while filming the World Golf Skills Event. We knew that this was a course we had to come back and play.

Revere Golf Club

The Revere Golf Club is located in Henderson, just a few miles from the strip. 36-holes of championship golf with panoramic views offering golfers of all skill types the opportunity of a lifetime. The Revere Golf Club has two distinct courses, the Lexington and Concord. Each course offers its own unique challenges to golfers.

Revere Golf Club

Staying on the strip? No problem! The Revere Golf Club offers special Las Vegas golf vacation packages including transportation to and from your Las Vegas hotel. After your round you can stay and enjoy a meal or beverage at Buckman’s Grille located in the clubhouse. They also offer a multitude of golf instruction packages that will fit any and all of your golfing needs. The Golf Academy will provide the highest quality of instruction from PGA Professionals to juniors, men and women of all ages and skill levels.

Revere Golf Club

The Revere Golf Club also provides an all-inclusive Las Vegas wedding experience. They literally can take care of the venue to catering to florists and photography, so you can enjoy your special day. They have three outdoor and one indoor site, with space enough to host up to 350 guests.

This course is a must play while visiting Sin City. Plan your next golf-cation and make sure to plan an outing at the Revere Golf Club. For information, visit reveregolf.com or call 702-259-4653.

 

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