Golf Trip of a Life Time or “How I spent My Summer Vacation”

Golfing at St Andrews – by Ken Erdmann I’ve been a golfer since I was 11 years old. And like all avid golfers I’ve had my golfing “Bucket List”. I’m 67 now and have completed most (if not all) of my list. Being from Michigan, I’ve been able to play some fabulous golf courses. Northern Michigan is a golfer’s mecca if you’ve never been there. Every summer since the mid 90’s I’ve taken a group of 12-24 golfers on a 4-5 […]

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Golfest Conquers the Old Course at St Andrews

Editor’s Note: Golfest and Jim all have been customers and friends with Golf Exclusives since 2007. They have played nearly every Top 100 public courses in the USA. I think you will find this report helpful if you plan to golf in Scotland in the future. Thanks Jim for sharing your story. History is a great topic, especially if you truly appreciate it and it involves the sport you love.  Or better said; playing at the birthplace of golf on the […]

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How to Get Better at Golf: Some Tips for Women

Golf may be the great equalizer. When it comes to providing golf instruction, lessons, guidelines, or tips, the game is pretty much the same for men and women. There may be some subtle differences — just like there are subtle differences between different men — but in general, golf tips for women are tips for playing golf. “Golfers are golfers, whether they are men, women, or juniors,” says Chris Foley of Cragun’s Legacy Courses in Brainerd, who owns and operates […]

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My Golf Fantasy Day @ Old St Andrews

Here is my story  Playing The Old Course at St.  Andrews in Scotland would be a bucket list event for any golfer, but how I was able to play and how well I played is a story in itself.  My family and I were traveling in tandem with my youngest daughter’s chorus group throughout Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland, so I did not even think to bring my clubs especially when I inquired online and found out you need to […]

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Golf Swing Tips for Women

By Golfer’s Jewels Generally speaking, women do not hit a golf ball as far as men. But that does not necessarily mean that men are always better. With the right technique and some practice, you can generate more power out of your golf swing. In the hopes of helping women golfers build a solid, consistent swing, we gathered some of the most important swing tips every women golfer should know. Keep these tips in mind and start swinging like a […]

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Golfers Jewels

What is Golfers Jewels? Golfers Jewels is an online tourist resource where we offer our visitors an exciting experience, and one where they can enjoy the variety offered in the world of golf. A fresh look all the items interconnected by the world of golf, and things that may interest golfers. We invite and encourage contributions from our guest bloggers and site visitors to enrich the experience for all. We offer a very simple and reasonably priced advertising opportunity for […]

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4 Signs that you need a relaxing golf vacation

With family and work life can get tough. Sometimes you need a break from it all, and what better way to get away than with a relaxing golf vacation. Here are our 4 signs that you need a golf vacation.   You Never Have Time Alone: Sometimes you just need time to unwind and relax all to yourself. And a relaxing golf vacation will give you this time. Away from work, and kids it’s just you and the course. This time will allow […]

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Tips To Get Your Golf Game Ready For Spring

By Amber Irwin – Golfer’s Jewels With winter finally in the rearview mirror and spring right around the corner, it’s time to seriously think about getting back on the course. For those who live in colder areas, you might want to start playing and working on your game, even if you can’t get to the course right now. This way, you’ll be in golf shape once the snow starts to melt. Here are 4 things you can do to shake […]

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Top Golf Courses In Scotland

By Amber Irwin – Golfer’s Jewels Golf has been a part of Scotland’s sporting landscape since the 15th century. This is also where the modern game of golf originated. Because of that, Scotland is widely promoted as the “Home of Golf”. Scotland is blessed with a good number of world class golf courses. In this blog post, you’ll find 3 of the finest courses in Scotland. Every trip to Scotland should include a visit to any of these world class […]

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Women Friendly Resorts and Courses

Several weeks ago I asked my colleagues to recommend their favorite Women Friendly courses. The replies are still coming in. I will update the list periodically. About half of my clients are women golfers. They appreciate the nice things at a course or resort. Things like Spas, fair Tee boxes, locker rooms, dining, and good wine. If you have a recommendation, please email me your suggestion, and the reason that the course or resort is a favorite of yours. My […]

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