Golfing on Guam is grand.

Had my first outing, the friday after Thanksgiving. The course was beautiful with rolling hills, lots of elevation changes, well-placed bunkers and water, and palm trees. Palm trees are not 90% air. The fronds at the top reject balls like a brick wall. The course reminds me a lot of Pine Mountain Lake at George and Gail’s cabin in CA. If the other courses on the island are like this one, you’ll need to bring your clubs for a visit. For $50, I think the Talofofo Course rivals those in Palm Desert.



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