Streamsong Resort Travel Planner

Written by The Itinerant Golfer
  The hottest new golf destination this season is Streamsong Resort in rural central Florida. There seems to be a lot of questions going around about exactly where its located, how to get there and when to go so here are some answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.     When do I need to start planning? If you want to stay in one of the 12 rooms in the clubhouse you need to call immediately! We booked about 6 months in advance to get the clubhouse More >

Pinehurst North Carolina Travel Planner

Written by The Itinerant Golfer
  The first thing that I'll say in this Travel Planner is that I am going to use the name Pinehurst generically to mean the sand hills region of North Carolina. The North Carolina sand hill region technically consists of Pinehurst, Southern Pines and the Aberdeen area, but because the use of the term "sand hills" is synonymous with another region of world class golf in Nebraska I am going to stick to calling this North Carolina sand hill region by the name Pinehurst. Also to confuse matters even more More >

The Ultimate Bandon Dunes Golf Resort Travel Planner

Written by The Itinerant Golfer
  Non-golfers may have never heard of Bandon, Oregon, but you can be assured that dyed in the wool golfers know this small seaside town as the home to one of the greatest golf resorts in the world. Bandon Dunes Golf Resort opened the Bandon Dunes Golf Course in 1999 which was quickly joined by Pacific Dunes in 2001, Bandon Trails in 2005 and then Old Macdonald in 2010. In 2012 a nifty little 13 hole par 3 course called Bandon Preserve opened for play which completes the current course More >