When you think about simple, minimalist travel, golf is probably the last thing that comes to mind. After all, if you’re playing one of the best Caribbean courses on your vacation, that means bringing extra shirts and shorts, shoes, accessories, and maybe even your clubs—my Takomo 101 Irons are new, permanent travel fixtures—which then require a special case. It’s an ordeal, to say the least.
It’s also always worth the effort. Coming off a year in which we enjoyed rounds at Quivira Los Cabos, Old Quarry in Curaçao, Royal Turks and Caicos, the Bay and Plantation Courses at Kapalua, and El Camaleón, golf is now, more than ever, part of our vacation itineraries, so we should expect to pack and carry more, right? Not quite.
Read full post by Ashley Burns on Islands here.