It’s that time of year again… the 2011 Stonehouse Golf Calendar is almost ready to roll out, so I thought I’d give you a peek.
Ritz Carlton Orlando #9
Those of you trapped in the deep, cold snowdrifts might appreciate a look at this Sunshine State standout.
PGA Village Golf Club – Ryder #18
It’s a 7,000-yard Fazio design that can make you feel like you’re in the beautiful Carolinas.
Old Head #12, Ireland
There’s nothing in the world like the rugged environment at Old Head.
Cruden Bay #4, Scotland
Old Tom Morris played here in 1899. A purist’s delight.
One of the granddaddies of Lone Star golf, Colonial has hosted many of the game’s greats since 1936.
Congressional Country Club #10
A spectacular course, home of next year’s U.S. Open Championship.
Royal St George’s Golf Club #6, England
The late author Ian Fleming’s club hosts the Open Championship for the 14th time this year.
Atlanta Athletic Club #18
The PGA Championship visits the Atlanta area. Full of Southern charm.
East Lake #18
The permanent home of the PGA Tour Championship and Bobby Jones’s home course… ‘nuf said.
TPC Summerlin #16
Fuzzy Zoeller helped design this layout… the perfect antidote to that first blast of winter.
Hudson National #18
If this image doesn’t make you want to swing a club, you ain’t alive. This one also gets the nod for the Calendar cover shot.
Sherwood Country Club #17, California
Got a yearning for golf in SoCal? This is one of the best.
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