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GET AWAY, FAR AWAY
TO THE ISLAND OF LANAI
FOR A WINTER ESCAPE

golf, golf travel, GolfGetaways, Hawaii, Lanai, Manele

That's right, there's a reason why they call it Lanai. The word, in Hawaiian, literally means veranda — or a place to sit and relax. But as GolfGetaways contributor Robert Kaufman writes, there's far too much to do on this least-populated Hawaii island to stay still for very long, including golf along one of the United States' most scenic spots to swing. The food, the Four Seasons resorts, the beaches and the views — this is truly a place to unwind your body, mind ... and maybe even your golf game.

 

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Join host Mitch Laurance as he talks with some of the most interesting names in the game, from golf course designers to journalists to players past and present:

Pat McGowan, 1978 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year
• December 11, 2014
Mark Immelman, SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio analyst
• November 26, 2014
David McLay Kidd, Bandon Dunes course designer
• November 8, 2014
Shane Bacon, co-host of “The Turn” on Back9Network
• November 4, 2014
RJ Harper, Pebble Beach Company exec vice president
• October 23, 2014

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Scotland’s Golf Beyond Ryder Cup | By Tom Mackin
Journeys of a Golfer & Son | By Eric N Hart

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