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Northwest Florida’s “Emerald Coast” provides popular golf destinations including Perdido Key, Pensacola, Destin, Beaches of South Walton, and Panama City Beach. Learn more about Florida golf courses. The Alabama Gulf Coast has a wide selection of Golf Digests’ top rated courses to choose from. Learn more about Alabama golf courses. The Missisippi “Golf Coast” boasts more than a dozen top rated courses including several signature designed properties created by Nicklaus, Palmer, Pate, Love, and Fazio. Learn more about Mississippi golf courses. In Louisiana, the Audubon Golf Trail includes sixteen of the state’s top courses, along with multiple course options. Learn more about Louisiana golf courses.
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By Robert James
Golf, Covid-19 style, is both exhilarating and excruciating.
Exhilarating, because it is so good to have the game back after months of inactivity due to the coronavirus pandemic. Excruciating because every time you look out onto a golf course, it is a reminder if the situation we continue to face.
Golf is a perfect sport in pandemic life, but pro golf can’t hide what is going on the world.
Beautiful courses. The top-ranked players in the world. And silence. Or at least near silence.
It is so odd to look out onto these fields of play and see nobody else there to watch.
And some two months into the revised schedule, players find it peculiar, but also somewhat reassuring, that nobody is there to watch.