Trouble Set point values for poor shots (ex: bunker-1; water-2, O.B.-3, 3-putt-1, 4-putt-4, etc.) You can also subtract points for good shots. The player with the most points at the end pays up. This is a great way to work on course management and taking risk out of your game — if you're into that sort of thing.

Punchbowl at Pacific Dunes


Six rounds, three meals — and one incredible ace — in 72 hours at Bandon Dunes.


Pars and Powder

Golfing and skiing — on the same day — at Whistler Resort.

The Golf Club at Newcastle - - Coal Creek (photo by Rob Perry/robperry,com)

All You Can Eat

At these Northwest courses, 18 just isn’t enough.