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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is having a significant impact on the tax laws in the United States. Gofers considering a real estate purchase should take note of two important accompanying factors.
From January through March the golf courses in Naples and the rest of southwest Florida fill up fast. While most of the Naples courses are private or connected to a resort, public golf is available on its outer fringes. Highlights include TPC Treviso Bay, Old Corkscrew, Arrowhead, Stoneybrook, Panther Run, TwinEagles and Bonita Bay East.
About 100 years ago, Naples, on the southwest coast of Florida, had fewer than 40 full-time residents. Today there are more than 90 golf courses in the area, with about three dozen open to the public and some private tracks available during the off season. Green fees are on the high side, but you can find good golf at affordable prices. Katharine Dyson offers a slate of recommendations at three price-points: luxury, mid-level and budget.
From January to March, no winter golf destination rocks and rolls harder than this ritzy southwest Florida enclave on the Gulf of Mexico. Congestion on Naples' roads and tee sheets skyrockets as the snowbirds invade by the flock. The self-professed "Golf Capital of the World" boasts more golf holes per capita than anywhere in the country. Jason Scott Deegan offers his five favorites.
Combined with the Ritz-Carlton, Troon-managed Tiburon Golf Club makes for one of the best stay-and-play vacations in Naples, Florida. Mike Bailey recently paid a visit.
Naples Golf CoursesThere are many different membership categories to choose from at a golf or country club. Our real estate expert explains what to look for.Thinking about the Sun Belt for a winter residence? Before making a million-dollar decision, consider these factorsA PGA Professional and golf real estate expert weighs in.Situated along the sun-drenched shores of the Gulf of Mexico, Naples, Florida is uniquely located between pristine white sand beaches and the untamed wilderness of the Everglades. When the city was founded in the 1880s, the mild climate and abundant fish drew comparisons to the Italian peninsula from which it gets its name.