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Phoenix Prepares for Musical Instrument Museum Opening

Pictures of clarinets and trombones and the crashing sound of cymbals resonated when I imagined the April 2010, Phoenix grand opening of the world’s first-of-its-kind global Musical Instrument Museum. A banjo on display. A wall of harmonicas. My interest was not peaked. However, immediately after a little research, while stepping back from snare drum stereotyping, the Musical Instrument Museum is a world beyond just a collaboration of musical instruments intended for college...

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Phoenix Open, You Don't Look a Day Over 75

Aside from a new sponsor, the Phoenix Open has something else to cheer about… its 75th birthday.

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Parking It At The Phoenix Open

If there is one thing that really hampers an awesome day at the Phoenix Open, it is the daunting idea of finding parking. Luckily, tournament coordinators and planners have taken extra care of patrons with parking and transportation options to get tourney-goers to and from the grounds with ease.

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Phoenix Open Glory

I’ve attended numerous golf events in recent years and have witnessed my share of closest to the pin contests and prize holes. I’ve played in tournaments where amateurs have jarred it and won a car, a trip or some other unfathomably fortunate prize.

 

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Turtle Island Resort in Fiji

Romantic, intimate and friendly almost beyond belief, Turtle Island Resort is a world entirely beyond time and obligations. For adventurous island wanderers looking for a private paradise, Turtle Island is it. The resort makes up the entire island and is yours to explore. Turtle Island is a couples’ only resort except for a few weeks each year when families are invited.

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