About ClevelandWhen in Rome (don’t forget to explore Cleveland)! Little Italy in Cleveland, Ohio will make you feel like you’re walking and breathing the streets of Italy. From art galleries, to restaurants and cafes, you could spend your entire day exploring Little Italy.
From Led Zeppelin to Queen and Pink Floyd, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum is a great place to learn the history of some of the best musicians of all time. If you can’t get enough history, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is a great place to see hands-on what it was like to live in the world of long ago.
In what used to be a summer estate, Manakiki Golf Course lays across 200 acres of land, and is only 17 miles from downtown Cleveland. The clubhouse was originally a mansion, and the property of the golf course dates to 1944. Green fees are very affordable, and is one of the most unique courses in the area.
Windmill Lakes Golf Club has been around since 1970 and is the home course for the men’s and women’s golf teams at Kent State University. The course only has two par-five holes, but the par-four holes are long and vary in distance, so there’s not a lot of room for error.
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Matt Ginella ventures to the Cradle of American Golf in the North Carolina Sandhills to experience the infamous U.S. Open venue Pinehurst No. 2. He also visits with the architect of The Cradle, Gil Hanse, and tours the home of Donald Ross among other off-course highlights. And no trip is complete without a spin around the new Cradle short course. Watch the full episode of Golf Advisor Round Trip: Pinehurst.