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Courses and Travel

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Sperone Golf Club, France (Recommended by Christopher Smith)

The 16th at Sperone, a high point on "the Pebble Beach of Europe."
y RTJ, Sr. standards, Sperone is a relatively short course, coming in at 6,678 yards from the tips. When the wind is blowing off the Straits of Bonifacio, however, the course plays much, much longer. Twelve of the holes are inland, winding through the thick maquis shrubland that’s found on much of Corsica; the other six holes – eleven through sixteen – cling to the coastline, and have earned Sperone the sobriquet (in some circles) of “the Pebble Beach of Europe.”
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Trump Stays the Course in Golf

Lord of All He Surveys: Trump on a Course Inspection Flyover
He built his reputation filling city skylines with luxury condos, but Donald Trump has a passion for golf development that may prove more enduring. Front and center is a controversial linksland project in the dunes of Aberdeen, Scotland
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