Category Archives: Golf Travel & Leisure

Mystical Maui Hawaii – Humpback Whales, Spinner Dolphins and Sea Turtles

Mystical Maui by Jane Finn, Photography by Dave Finn As published in Issue 16 of Planet Golf Review It’s 6:00 am. The sky is still inky black and the stars are just starting to fade. The mile of pristine beach stretching out below me is completely deserted and the only music  I hear is the […]

Oops – A Canadian Guide to Pandemic Golf

Par for Pandemic Golf By Paul Knowles We’re all familiar with the vocabulary of the golf course, which ranges from the congratulatory to the scatological and often profane. But this year, the most common utterance may be one seldom heard before on the links: “Oops!” Today, that’s the go-too word every time we forget – […]

Sault Ste. Marie – Simply Superior

SIMPLY SUPERIOR  Exploring the Past, Experiencing the Present by Jane Finn as published in the November 2019 Issue 14 of Planet Golf Review Sault Ste. Marie, ON – In our technologically-driven society, we’re always on or at least we pretend to be, so when you need a ‘break from life’, I can’t think of a better […]

5 Truly Unique Philippine Golf Courses

Philippine Golf – as unique as the country Looking for your next golfing destination? We’ve got you covered. While the Philippines isn’t the first country that comes to mind when you think of golf, the country’s long history with the sport may surprise you. Made up of 7,107 islands, the Philippines is divided into three […]

Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn

An interview with Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn I’ve just returned from two unforgettable weeks of golf and exploring Amazing Thailand and I’m so jacked to share my adventures, but these stories will have to wait for now.  As serendipity would have it, Jane and I were honoured this Tuesday to have a private interview with […]

Fàilte – Welcome to Scottish links golf

Scottish Links Golf – An Unforgettable Pursuit of the Holy Grail by Edward Kiersh My rain and cold weather gear were packed. So were six dozen Titleists, for there would be a lot of traipsing through ankle-deep gorse, all sorts of bedeviling hillocks, and unplayable seaside lies. An adventure loomed, 12 days in the Cradle—pursuing […]