Golf Real Estate OnLine Newsletter
For Immediate Release
November 2006
In this issue
-- Currahee Celebrates Construction of Clubhouse
-- U.S. Residential Golf Hot Spots
-- Ask The Editor!

Welcome to the November 2006 edition of Golf Real Estate OnLine News.

The information contained within Golf Real Estate OnLine News is designed to provide helpful information about Golf Real Estate, up-dates on our Communities of Distinction and new features on the Golf Real Estate OnLine site.

Currahee Celebrates Construction of Clubhouse
Currahee Clubhouse Construction has begun on the 48,000 sq. ft., mountaintop Currahee Clubhouse.

Scheduled to open in Summer 2007, the Clubhouse at Currahee Golf Club overlooks the golf and lake community’s 1st hole, with stunning vistas of Lake Hartwell and the surrounding North Georgia mountains. When open, the private Clubhouse will feature a 120-seat dining room and cocktail lounge, billiards room, golf shop, men and women’s locker rooms, covered porches with views of Lake Hartwell and the 1st hole, and a comfortable, central gathering area with vaulted ceilings and two fireplaces. “Members of the Currahee Club and their guests will enjoy a warm, inviting family atmosphere and gourmet cuisine in a setting that is unrivaled in North Georgia,” said Currahee Club Partner Chris Whitley.

The Clubhouse architecture is reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century mountain lodge, yet features all of the amenities and conveniences of today. Unique features include a 100-year-old Irish bar front, which will be prominently featured in the men’s locker room.

Additionally, construction is well underway on the community’s Tennis Center and Children’s Playground, which are adjacent to the Clubhouse and scheduled to open in Fall 2006, and the Currahee Trading Company, a 3,000 square foot general store scheduled to open in Spring 2007.

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U.S. Residential Golf Hot Spots
Map Golf residential communities are plentiful in markets across the U.S. As your online golf real estate concierge, we've compiled a list of golf "Hot Spots" to assist you with your future golf real estate purchasing decisions.

Starting in South Carolina, the most popular golf and residential communities are located in the greater Hilton Head Island area, Myrtle Beach—with 120 courses and counting—and Charleston, a charming historical city. Moving south to Florida, the First Coast area, stretching from Jacksonville to Daytona Beach has a number of new golf communities, followed by Vero Beach, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach and Jupiter. On the Gulf Coast, starting in the south and traveling north is the golf haven of Naples, followed by Saratoga, Tampa Bay, Citrus County and the Nature Coast which is beginning to develop, and the panhandle of Florida with its sparkling white sand beaches and a growing number of resort and private communities.

Due west and a bit south from the influential mid-Atlantic region (Virginia, Maryland and the nation’s capital) exists the mastery of Donald Ross and others in the historic sand hills of Pinehurst, North Carolina, and a little farther north is the quaint town of Asheville and the North Carolina mountains where Ross, Ellis, Dan Maples and countless others have carved some great golf holes out of the foothills and valleys of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Traveling west, it’s impossible to overlook the glorious mountain-tops of Colorado/Big Sky Country and the golden golf mecca of Las Vegas, which has been the fastest growing golf and residential city in the U.S. during the last five years with the golf courses to prove it.

In the Southwest, the sprawling metropolis of Scottsdale, Arizona in the colorful Sonoran desert, has more upscale golf club communities than any region in America. Northwest, toward the Grand Canyon, is Flagstaff in the dramatic high desert, and then west to California’s Coachella Desert and the glamorous communities of Palm Springs, Palm Desert and Indian Wells where golf and fame are the games. Further west is Rancho Santa Fe in the outskirts of San Diego, and to the north are the famed Monterey Peninsula and Carmel Valley. Traveling northeast one will find the breath-taking beauty of Lake Tahoe for both golf and skiing, and the last leg of the golf and residential tour is northwest to Sonoma and Napa Valley in the heart of California wine country.

Whether your journey takes you east, west, to the coast or to the mountains, great golf abounds in the U.S.—literally, from sea to shining sea.

Golf Real Estate OnLine Hot Spots

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Ask The Editor!
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