Earlier this year a GVI reader was telling me about the best golf trip he'd ever taken.
Naturally, I was curious about the details, thinking the destination was Bandon Dunes, Pebble Beach, Pinehurst, or someplace similar.
"Sunriver Resort in Oregon," he told me.
It's courses are fun, but it was far from the answer I was expecting.
He told me it was $99 per night for a room including unlimited golf on any of their three courses, one of which is their famed Top-100 public course, Crosswater, which alone goes for $185 per round in summer.
He and his three best friends spent two nights at the resort and they got a two-bedroom condo with a river view, played 3 rounds at Crosswater, a round on the Woodlands Course, and even got a round in at Caldera Links - the par 3 course...all for less than $200 per man.
"Sounds like a great trip!," I said. "Thanks for telling me about it!"
He then said, "No, I need to thank you."
"If it wasn't for Golf Odyssey's unlimited golf guide you tipped me off about last year [see below] I never would have known about it."
The Beauty of Unlimited Golf
Unlimited golf trips are, hands down, my favorite type of vacation to take.
Because I love playing golf. And when I'm with my friends, we don't bother with the beach, pool, or other activities - we just want to play as much golf as possible, and an unlimited package is the absolute best way to do this.
What's crazy is, many golf nuts don't realize packages like this exist, including at mid- and high-end destinations.
But dozens of places across the world offer unlimited golf packages -- either all the time or at certain times of the year -- which can make it unbelievably affordable to play some phenomenal golf courses.
Sunriver is just one place that has crazy deals like this.
And in the guide, 100 Golf Courses and Resorts With Unlimited Golf the editors of Golf Odyssey share with you 99 more resorts that have amazing unlimited packages.
I can almost guarantee that no matter where you are or want to travel, there's a resort nearby that offers a deal like this - and I'd strongly consider checking one of them out for your next trip (buddies or otherwise).
Many of these deals fire up right after Labor Day (i.e., now), so to help you plan that weekend away, for the next 48 hours, I've arranged a way for you to pick up a copy of this "Unlimited Golf Guide" for just $1.
And what's the only thing better than unlimited golf?
Unlimited golf with all inclusive food and beverage.
So to sweeten the pot, Golf Odyssey editor and publisher David Baum is going to include a digital copy of his list: "35 All Inclusive Golf Resorts."
So, that's two guides that sell for $17 each...but all yours for only a buck.
And that $1? David's not even going to keep it.
He's going to donate it to The Player Foundation as part of our plan to raise $25K for their organization this year. We're getting closer, but still have some progress to make.
So while you're playing as many rounds of golf as you physically can on your next trip, you can know that there are kids who have food and shelter because of it.
I hope you had a fantastic summer; I'm looking forward to talking with you again soon.
p.s. I don't know how many copies of this guide are available for only $1, but I'm sure it's not "unlimited," so click here to get your copy before they're gone.