Wednesday, May 30, 2007

TPC Sawgrass: Jacksonville Golf for the Family

What golfer wouldn't like to play TPC Sawgrass, the golf course home of the American PGA TOUR's Players Championship? None. If they don't want to, they can't really call themselves "golfers."

At first glance, a golfer with a family wouldn't give a serious thought to spending hard-earned vacation time to travel and play Sawgrass. After all, what's in Jacksonville, Florida for the kids and spouse to do anyway?

Well, a lot!

While exploring the Jacksonville area, Suite Golf Travel found, through's Jacksonville information, that the area has tons of activities for the kids, great places to stay for any budget, and fabulous golf. We were more than pleasantly surprised that the whole family could enjoy a short golf break or an full-fledged vacation.

Recommended place to stay: The Omni Jacksonville Hotel.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Kid Friendly Golf and Spa!

Whether you have an infant, a toddler, 8-year old, or 38-year old, the Glenmoor Golf and Country Club in Canton, Ohio will provide you with an unforgettable vacation.

First, the golf course has the distinction of being a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. It is fantastic!

Second, the club has a wonderful spa and is in a gorgeous setting near lots of attractions for the family (Pro Football Hall of Fame, Classic Car Museum, Hoover Center).

Third, the club has childcare!

For more child friendly help, visit They have some great information!

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Golf Travel

If you know where to look, a golf getaway or golf vacation can include the whole family. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a fabulous place for everyone, including the golfer.

If your spouse doesn’t play and doesn’t understand why anyone would want to chase a little ball around a big field, Myrtle Beach offers more fabulous accommodations, spas, resorts, beaches and shopping in one geographic location than anywhere on the United States’ Eastern Seaboard.
The kids won’t be able to decide what to do next! There are so many activities that they couldn’t possibly do everything in a month.

The golf? Dozens of championship courses dot the Grand Strand. Courses designed by every big name in the course design hall of fame can be found in the Myrtle Beach area. The hardest thing will be deciding which to play.

Take a look at what Myrtle Beach has to offer at

Friday, May 25, 2007

Suite Golf Travel

There are so many fantastic choices in golf courses to play and visit. Knowing that fact, how can we choose?

There are historic courses, famous courses, professional tournament venues, beautiful courses, ones near popular attractions, and on into infinity.

Suite Golf Travel will begin the astronomical undertaking of scouring the world to sort out the best places to play and visit. We'll include the nuts-n-bolts of travel tips, what to expect, when to go and everything else imaginable.

We can't wait. Hope you can't either.

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