Ready for a few rounds of golf and a getaway too? We’ve listed some of our favorite weekend spots that also provide some rest and relaxation too.
From family-friendly, historical architecture and world class spa amenities, you'll be ready to take a few days off.
1. Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina
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With 9 distinct golf courses, players can experience the history, challenge and design of each green. Located in the historic village of Pinehurst, guests can stay at three historic hotels on the resort property.Pinehurst #2 is the focal point of the resort, known as one of the most esteemed golf courses in the world.The Cradle, their 9 hole short course opens in October for those that want to make some time for the spa or their other on-site activities.
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2. Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia
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After one visit to the Greenbrier Resort, you'll see why this property is a historical landmark. Their 11,000 acre playground, rooted in colonial design offers five golf courses including the newly renovated Meadows course along with 55 activities to choose from including fishing, hiking, horseback riding, off-roading, or cooking lessons.
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3. Whistling Straits in Wisconsin
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Located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, this Midwest resort is an ode to Ireland and the host to the 2020 Ryder Cup. With two courses, influenced by Irish landscape, the challenging fields with fescue fairways, dune bunkers and Lake Michigan winds will offer a challenge for those that are ready to play.
Don't forget to include a visit to the Kohler Waters Spa for their distinctive hydrotherapy treatments or book an outside activity such as Bavarian curling or snowshoeing to offer something new to your getaway experience.
Learn more at Whistling Straits.
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