The writers at golf’s leading website, joined by one of those prolific Dyes, sift through the globe’s 1 million-plus islands to pick a few that do golf best
Portland, Ore. (April 10, 2012) – Golf as we know it began on an island and has had an energizing effect on countless cays ever since. From Hawaii to the Caribbean, the Mediterranean Sea to the Tasman, the Sea of Japan to Long Island Sound, the game has long been flush with island fever.
So which island boasts the best golf? That was the question posed to the writers at The A Position, the web’s top site for golf and travel. Their choices cover the earth. The finest golf islands are found in both hemispheres and numerous time zones. They are as large as an entire continent, as small as a single green.
Adding his isle’s worth is architect Perry Dye, son and frequent collaborator of the legendary Pete Dye. They recently completed an exciting new layout on Perry’s island of choice, Roatan off the coast of Honduras, where he is just as likely to be found wielding a fishing rod as a golf club.
The writers’ choices of the best golf-rich bits of coral, sand, rock, lava, marsh, mountain, and ice are found on The A Position. Every one of these islands is indeed a golf treasure.
The A Position.com is a network of websites featuring the world’s best golf and travel writers. The term “The A Position” refers to the best place a golfer can land his tee shot. On the web, it refers to the site readers will want to land on for great golf and travel journalism.
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