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TAKE A ‘GOLF HOLIDAY’ AT SANDY LANE IN BARBADOS

Golf bunkerImage via Wikipedia Exec Digital: "Convincing your wife to vacation at Sandy Lane in Barbados is the easy part. Convincing her that the trip is a ‘family vacation’ and not a ‘golf holiday’ is the hard part. And trust us when we say that a trip to Sandy Lane is most definitely a golf holiday.

The Barbadian resort sports three of the most pristine golf courses you might ever ground a club on, with the design for two of those courses coming from world-renowned golf architect Tom Fazio. Fazio has received the Best Modern Day Golf Architect award from Golf Digest three times and his two Sandy Lane coursers, the Country Club and the Green Monkey, are a few of the most well-respected golf courses in the world."
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