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Friday, 28 June 2024 03:21

Top Three Early Fall Golf Destinations

Fall golf can be bittersweet for northern golfers as it signals the end of the season, but also offers some of the most comfortable and scenic play. It’s not too early to start planning that big fall season destination golf trip which brings enjoyment of the milder temperatures and colorful foliage. 

  • Orlando, Florida, is a popular destination with quality public options like the Disney courses and the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, featuring Greg Norman designs. 

 

  • South Carolina's Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head offer top-notch stay-and-play resorts with courses designed by notable architects, such as the Barefoot Resort and Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort. 

 

  • Northern Michigan is a prime spot for fall golf, with Arcadia Bluffs and Forest Dunes providing stunning scenery and top-ranked courses.

Finsum: Whether embracing cooler temps or seeking warmer destinations, there are excellent options for a fall golf trip.

Published in Wealth Management

As the 2024 golf season kicks into gear and the warm weather sets in, financial advisors and businesses might want to consider planning for fall golf outings now. Summer and Fall offer ideal conditions with well-maintained courses, pleasant weather, and peak performance after a summer of play. 

The season also presents excellent deals at golf destinations nationwide or even abroad for those seeking Caribbean getaways or links golf in the UK or Ireland before their season ends. 

For advisors and businesses opting to stay stateside, prime golf destinations like Myrtle Beach, Scottsdale, Orlando, Las Vegas, and Alabama's Robert Trent Jones Trail offer diverse experiences to cater to various preferences and budgets. With fall golf trip bookings already on the rise, early planning ensures securing preferred travel dates and tee times for a successful outing.


Finsum: Lifestyle and activities can deepen relationships for advisors on both sides of their business, structuring more than legs but also business  potential.

Published in Wealth Management

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