International trips are always well received. Scotland is always fun, especially if you incorporate Royal Donarch on your list of clubs. I feel it’s the best golf course in the world! Although our last trip was to Northern Ireland and our list of courses would rival any that I’ve played. Starting with Royal County Down and Royal Port Rush to name a few. But the best kept secret is Ardglass. What an outstanding experience. Starting with the fact it has the oldest clubhouse in the world. A renovated 1452 castle is now their clubhouse. How cool is that. Championship Tee on the 1st hole is on top of the turret. Outstanding! Domestic trips are perfect for a quick get away. Bandon Dunes is top of the list. But coming on strong is the state of Wisconsin. You can make a nice triangle between Whistling Straits, Blackwolf Run, Sand Valley and finish up at Erin Hills. Another great destination is always Pinehurst, the home of golf in the United states and then just down the road you have Kiawah, Hilton Head and then on to Reynolds Plantation. There are a lot of golf destinations and fun trips in the U.S. I can’t name them all. One trip that I’ve been entertaining my members on for the last 19 years is the IPGA Spring Pro-Am to Las Vegas. What a great trip every year and now we play South Shore CC a Nicklaus signature course, Southern Highlands CC probably the best private track in Vegas and then we finish at Cascata. What a treat!