About ColumbusWith more than 30 different microbreweries, Columbus is the perfect spot to cool down with a local brew in the afternoon and take the party to the streets at night. There’s several clubs across the city where you can catch live music. Notes, Ace of Cups, and the Big Room Bar are all great places where you can take part in some live entertainment.
If you’ve got the kids around, take them to LEGOLAND Discovery Center. There’s two different rides, massive LEGO building areas, and so much more. COSI is one of the most popular science centers with over 300 exhibits. If you find that you’re in need of some food or a drink at the end of a long day, the Columbus Commons is a massive food truck gathering where there’s plenty to check out, eat, and drink.
Darby Creek Golf Course has two different 9-hole layouts that brings excitement and anticipation once you make the turn. Ranging from 5,200 yards to 7,000, It’s never been easier to take to the links with a group of golfers with all different skillsets.
Cooks Creek Golf Couse won CBUS Top Picks Best Public Golf Course two years in a row. From the bar and grill, to membership options, and the forgiving fairways of the course, you’re going to wish your round never ends.
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Want to play three days of golf for less than $200? That's no problem in central Ohio. You don't need to worry about twilight rates or online discounts. Even the summer rack rates are relatively affordable for a long weekend of golf. From Winding Hollow to New Albany Links, if you find yourself visiting Ohio's state capital, there are plenty of places to play.
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Ewan Porter travels down under to visit some of the best golfing destinations in Australia. Porter visits Moonah Links to play a round with 2018 Australian Senior Amateur Champion Sue Wooster. Along the way, Porter spends time meeting koala bears at the Moonlit Sanctuary and diving alongside sharks in a Melbourne aquarium. A visit to King Island leads to a tour of Cape Wickham and an Australian cheese tasting. The round trip ends with an excursion to Tanzania that includes golfing at Barnbougle and mountain biking in Derby. (2019).
Matt Ginella travels to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to visit the “seaside golf capital of the world.” During a visit to Pine Lakes Country Club, Ginella spends time with Brandon Canesi, the founder of the Hole High Foundation. Along the way, he tees it up with junior golfer Jackson Cole and hits the water at Shark Wake Park with Greg Norman Jr. Between rounds, Ginella goes fishing at Paradise Reef and enjoys some delicious tacos from Bubba’s Love Shak. The round trip ends with a visit to Pawley’s Plantation Golf and Country Club to talk music and golf with Mark Bryan. (Original air date 2018)
Matt Ginella ventures across the pond to explore the culture of golf in Ireland. After discussing the updated Adare Manor Golf Club with Andy McMahon, Ginella heads to town to listen to some traditional Irish music at Aunty Lena’s. The tour of Ireland continues with a visit to Waterville Golf Links and Ardglass Golf Club. Amidst teeing it up along the coast, Ginella makes time to try Bushmills Whiskey and visit Lahinch Golf Club, home of the 2019 Irish Open. The round trip ends with a visit to Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland to play a round with John Bamber. (Originally aired 2018)