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August 28, 2004 | 10:31 a.m.

Cable Beach resort illuminates golf

The Radisson Cable Beach & Golf Resort, which was renamed to include “Golf” after completing a $4.5 million redesign in 2003, continues to add to its golf experience. The resort is unveiling a lighted range that will stay open nightly until 9 p.m.

“We are committed to giving the best experience possible to the growing number of guests who consider golf when planning a Caribbean getaway,” said Christopher Lewis, leisure manager of the golf course.

The Radisson Cable Beach & Golf Resort is the only resort in Nassau to offer unlimited green fees as part of its all-inclusive program. Other ...

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Categories: Resort Courses, Travel
March 27, 2004 | 12:50 p.m.

Barona Creek: Picture of patience

Bradley S. Klein

The elements of a fine golf course design don’t emerge suddenly; they evolve, and only during repeated site visits and reworking of the original plan. Daily-fee golfers at Barona Creek Golf Club, 25 miles northeast of downtown San Diego, can be excused for thinking that the daily-fee/resort course they play earned its ranking of No. 82 on Golfweek’s America’s Best Modern Courses list thanks to its native site features. But the design team that created the course in the late 1990s knows better.

Veteran architect Gary Roger Baird had some concerns when he first visited the ...

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