My year in golf travel: Big resorts with short munis. A competitive dream that will live on through 2023

Dec, 2022

Although I have the most amazing job in the world, don’t tell your boss. This job is not free, but there are many people who would love to take it. This is a great gig that allows you to play golf all over the globe and also lets you write about it.

There are downsides. There are the 3 a.m. alarms, flight delays, time away from family, late nights staring at the keyboard and all the other bogeys. These are minor issues that can be easily ignored.

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So far, I have played 79 courses in 2022. I expect to play a few more before the calendar turns. There were many top-dollar resorts and munis at affordable prices. In my travels I have seen all aspects of golf, from rough fairways to perfectly manicured putting greens. These were all among the 250+ stories I filed 2022. I can recall almost every shot from each round. My wife considers this a major character flaw.

On his October trip to Scotland, the author hit a tee shot at the Castle Stuart Course at Cabot Highlands. (Courtesy Cabot Highlands).

It’s the end of the year, so it’s time for me to look back on some of my most memorable experiences in 2022. Some days were more memorable than others. I have played everywhere from California to Scotland.

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