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The centuries old gentleman's game is starting to see many new options in addition to all the classics. Even areas of the world that used to be terrible for golf are able to have world-class golf courses thanks to modern technology. At Favorite Hotels Collection we make it easy to visit golf courses throughout the world, playing where the pros play and experiencing some of the most breathtaking vistas on the planet.
The Caribbean was previously not considered a primary golfing destination. The strong sunshine and surf were rough on the playing surfaces so top designers and players have stayed away. But things have changed! With the development of new hybrid grass, courses are more manageable and growing in abundance.
Florida is a golfer’s paradise which offers the golfer hundreds of choices from which to choose. There are more than 1,500 golf courses in Florida and it is home to world class PGA and LPGA events throughout the state. You would be hard pressed not to find a suitable golf getaway in any Foliida destination. You do not have to be a "Pro" to golf in Florida since there is a course designed for every talent level.
With some of Hawaii's most magnificent courses to choose from, some crafted by the biggest names in course design, Hawaii Island is known as the "Golf Capital of Hawaii." here you can play amongst the striking contrasts of lush green fairways, pure white bunkers, jet-black lava flows and turquoise Pacific waters.