Golfest 2016 Scottsdale

Although several Golfest members reside in Arizona, most of them had not played or spent much time in the greater-Phoenix golf mecca area of Scottsdale.  This served as our inspiration for

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Golfest 2004 Pebble Beach Resort

(Written by Jim Allen) … After spending years flipping through Golf Digest’s lists of the top courses to play, the Top 100 idea finally started to become a reality in 2003. Why

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Golfest 2006 South Carolina

(Written by Jim Allen) … Golfest 2006 turned out to be our most aggressive golf adventure to date. After reviewing the Golf Digest list, we discovered that South Carolina proudly plays host

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Golfest 2007 North Carolina

(Written by Jim Allen) … The planning process for Golfest 2007 began with the best intentions, but ended up taking more twist and turns than an Indy car road race. It gave a whole

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Golfest 2008 Michigan

(Written by Jim Allen) … There are road trips, and then there are … ROAD TRIPS! Golfest 2008 – “The Great Lakes Tour” would rate of the “ROAD TRIP-SQUARED” variety, setting a new group record by

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Golfest 2009 Illinois

(6/8/09 … Written by Jim Allen) … After examining a United States map and our Top 100 Public Golf Course peg boards, it appears that our annual quest is running low of  “clusters” of

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Golfest 2010 Florida

(Written by Jim Allen) …  The dedicated golfers of Golfest have traveled to some pretty awesome destinations over the past six years.  Premier locations such as Pebble Peach and Pinehurst, to

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Golfest 2011 Florida Sequel

(Written by Jim Allen) … Golfest 2011-Florida “The Sequel” represented our eighth annual big golf adventure. And unlike all the previous editions, it returned to a previous Golfest destination. So

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Golfest 2012 Whistling Straits

When most people think about Wisconsin, many immediately flash to rabid Green Bay Packers fans, Miller High Life Beer, big blocks of cheese and incredibly harsh winters. That would be

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Golfest 2013 Kauai

(6/1/13 – By Jim Allen) … If I was a betting man, I would say it’s a pretty safe bet to envision that golf courses in heaven look very similar to

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