About ChattanoogaTake a walk on the wild side and get a tour of the Jack Daniels whiskey distillery. This is the oldest registered distillery in the United States, and one that is home to a plethora of stories and tastes located in Chattanooga, TN.
When the buzz wears off, why not go skydiving! The Chattanooga Skydiving Company provides a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you’ll never forget. Before you can get your feet back on solid ground, you’ll witness the Tennessee River Gorge, Sequatchie Valley, and well, every cloud in the sky. You can only imagine what the views are like. Bon Voyage!
If you saw a golf course from above that looked awesome, it was probably Eagle Bluff Golf Club. Measuring 6,700 yards from the tips, Eagle Bluff is a rewarding but challenging course in which you’ll find yourself using every club in your bag. The first par-5 stretches 550 yards from the tips and is the third hole on the course, so prepare yourself to be tested early.
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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.