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Tee Times Press Travel Club

Tee Times Press Travel Club section brings you interesting articles from many of the areas Minnesota and Wisconsin golfers frequent. You will find hot topics and reviews from: Alabama, Arizona, California, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, and North Dakota.

Golf Gulf Shores – Engulf Yourself

Golf Gulf Shores – Engulf Yourself

Literally only two weeks ago I reluctantly drug my feet through the soft, white, Gulf Shore sand, ambling miserably towards my car – the first steps towards a long drive back to Minnesota. Mid-November it was almost…

Talking Rock Ranch

Talking Rock Ranch

The traditional architecture of the great ranches of Central Arizona lives at Talking Rock. Talking Rock is an ideal respite from the stifling heat of Phoenix’s summer. Located 12 miles north of Prescott, Arizona and…

Destination Extraordinaire – The Resort at Pelican Hill

Destination Extraordinaire – The Resort at Pelican Hill

From the moment you pass through the vaulted lobby for that first look at the Pacific, The Resort at Pelican Hill is calling for your attention. What is found spread out below you is the stunning, infinity designed Coliseum pool in all its Italian Renaissance splendor.

Tournament Club Of Iowa – The King Reigns On

Tournament Club Of Iowa – The King Reigns On

I miss Arnold Palmer, and how could I not. Meeting him, listening to him, watching him… each opportunity left me wanting more opportunities. I have similar feelings when I play golf courses I love.

The Prairie Club

The Prairie Club

Located in the heartland of America is arguably one of the most breathtakingly beautiful and undisturbed golf courses in the world. It encompasses the very essence of prairie golf, and has recently earned the titles of …

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King’s Walk Golf Course – Royal Fun

King’s Walk Golf Course – Royal Fun

I can’t say I’d walk 300 miles to play The King’s course in Grand Forks, North Dakota, but I’d certainly drive it (again). I wish I lived even closer, but four and a half easy hours of interstate is all that separates the Twin Cities golfer from North Dakota’s only Arnold Palmer Signature Course.