<B>Harbor Pines Golf Club</B> in Egg Harbor Township, N.J., offers individual winter memberships featuring unlimited golf from November through February for $495 per person.
<B>SouthWood Golf Club</B> in Tallahassee, Fla., has been named to the <b>ZAGAT Survey</b> listing of "America’s Top Golf Courses" for 2006/07.
<b>Camp Creek Golf Club</b> in Seagrove Beach, Fla., has been named to the <b>ZAGAT Survey</b> listing of "America’s Top Golf Courses" for 2006/07.
The <b>Magnolia Plantation Golf Club</b> in Lake Mary, Fla., is scheduled to re-open Saturday, Sept. 24, with tif-eagle greens and reconfigured fairways.
Golf course architecture firm <b>Palmer Course Design</b> announces plans to design a new championship golf course for <b>Owl’s Head</b>, a new residential development in Florida’s Panhandle, between Panama City and Destin.
<B>The Pines</B>, formerly <b>Pine Lakes Country Club</b>, in Elizabeth City, N.C., nears the completion of an extensive renovation. Currently in the grow-in phase, the course is anticipated to open in late December.
<b>Sea Trail Golf Resort and Conference Center</b> in Sunset Beach, N.C., will host the 2005 <b>Collegiate Golf Tournament</b>, Sept. 23-25.
<b>Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club</b> in Mission Viejo, Calif., was voted No. 2 as "Best Golf Course" in the 12th Best of Orange County readers survey that was conducted by the <b>Orange County Register</b>.
The 11 courses that comprise the <B>Arthur Hills Michigan Golf Trail</B> enhance their cooperative efforts by offering toll-free, centralized reservation services.
<B>The Club at Renaissance</B> in Fort Myers, Fla., is named to <b>Golfweek</b> magazine’s "America’s Best New Courses" list.
<B>SouthWood Golf Club</B> in Tallahassee, Fla., announces it will host the sixth annual <b>Sheriff Larry Campbell Refuge House Golf Tournament</b> on Oct. 3.
The <b>Bald Head Island Golf Course</b> in Bald Head Island, N.C., will reopen Tuesday, Sept. 20, after receiving minimal damage from Hurricane Ophelia.
The <b>Mississippi Gulf Coast Golf Association</b> and its 16-member golf courses establish a three-prong plan to lead recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
<B>Sahara Golf and Country Club</b>, Kuwait’s first grass golf course, announces it is open for play.