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June 1, 2008
Golf here takes place in its own realm, unencumbered by home sites.
Florida's west coast has lots of real estate but few real golf clubs. Since 2006, however, it has had the Concession, a Jack Nicklaus- and Tony Jacklin-designed course that made its debut this year on Golfweek's Best Modern Courses list. Concession placed 45th on the list on the strength of its natural setting and its commitment to the game's enduring values.
April 22, 2008
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupй
Of all the cars that say  "poverty does not become me," the soft-top Roller is among the more eloquent.
April 1, 2008
You know where you went this past winter. Ever wonder where everyone else was headed? Wonder no longer. Private jet fractional and charter operator Flight Options has released its annual list of the top 10 December private jet destinations.
April 1, 2008
Geneva, Switzerland, will once again host the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE), held May 20 through 22. Organized jointly by the European Business Aviation Association and the U.S. National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), the convention has become the premier event for business aviation in Europe since it was launched in 2001.
April 1, 2008
Remoteness used to be a liability with golf. Now, with Ballyneal in the Color
A casual flyover of Colorado's northeast corner would suggest dead flat land. But two brothers who grew up here, Jim and Rupert O'Neal, knew of some anomalous terrain just south of the small farming town of Holyoke. Called the Chop Hills, this three-square-mile bubbling up of the land features dunes evocative of coastal Ireland.
April 1, 2008
The silver and gold treasure you're after isn't buried. It's swimming through
Looking for an extreme fishing adventure? Try this: fly to Paris, then on to Mahe, Seychelles. You're now 1,000 miles off the coast of Kenya. Next, take a charter flight to a group of coral islands called Farquar, 500 miles south of Mahe and closer to Madagascar.
April 1, 2008
With that Scowl, one wonders if Audi chose the name ‘R8’ as a digital play on
Audi's R8 has been a bright blip on the radar of the car crowd since it was first espied a while back, but this debutant mid-engine two-seater entered the consciousness of a wider population with its fleeting appearance in the Patriots-Giants Super Bowl commercial this winter. The ad spoofed the horse's-head-in-the-bed scene from The Godfather.
February 1, 2008
If you love opera, or even if you hate it, you’ll find plenty to enjoy in thi
"Something has taken place at Bayreuth which our grandchildren and their children will still remember," wrote composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky after attending the first performances of Wagnerian operas at the playhouse there.
February 1, 2008
Hohokana Indians built the stone walls found near Stone canyon’s Holes 7, 9 a
Here's a golf course that looks like a prehistoric rock garden. Luckily, it plays like a something out of Eden. Between the stark, boulder-strewn Santa Catalina Mountains looming on the east and the Tortolita Mountains to the north, you half expect to see dinosaurs roaming just around the doglegs here.
February 1, 2008
The first morning out, he caught a brown trout. Almost 30 inches long. The st
A quarter mile from the Estancia del Zorro-the ranch of the fox-flows a stream my friend Brian O'Keefe calls the best spring creek he has ever fished. This is saying something. O'Keefe, who lives in the Oregon high desert, has made an enviable life of searching the world for great fishing.

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