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Golf Green Island

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I’m not a golfer, but this was pretty cool — the world’s only golf green that is an island all to itself.

An amphibious vehicle brings the golfer over for the putt (below). There is even a sand trap behind the green as we discovered on an off-hours trek out there.

ATTENTION SPAMMERS: your account will be deleted if you post golf ads here. Amazing to me how this one photo gathers all the low life out there... =)

vulcain, geoffroy.barre, Cooppie, and 39 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. jurvetson 40 months ago | reply

    Only if you stop asking. :)

    The other photo is private only because I don't want to clutter my photostream with derivative photos like this. It could use a crop-zoom... Just replaced it with that...

  2. Vadiroma 40 months ago | reply

    No Christmas tree, however.

  3. Gone-Walkabout 40 months ago | reply

    cool idea, but seems like it would a lot of work to ferry people/lawn mowers over there.

  4. Steffe 40 months ago | reply

    Ha, that is a bit different.

  5. schnaars 40 months ago | reply

    Steve, planning a trip to Hualalai and using some of your photos to make the announcement to the family. These last couple shots of yours have got me thinking Punta Mita, though. Thoughts on how they compare? Thanks in advance.

  6. jurvetson 40 months ago | reply

    I like a Hualalai a bit more (if traveling with kids) . The vog sunsets can't be beat.

  7. Duh Little Man 38 months ago | reply

    i love golf . that looks fun .

  8. Jeddel 37 months ago | reply

    Is This on Los Cabos?

  9. jurvetson 37 months ago | reply

    Punta Mita, Four Seasons

  10. Michelle.YHLee 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful photo with us.....I was told the Punta Mita Pacifico Course was voted the number-one golf course in the world by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler in 2008 :)

  11. Rocky Bowlby 35 months ago | reply

    There is only one more island green that I know of like this but a harder shot and beautiful scenery. I have played and scene in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho's beautiful Rocky Mountains. Plus you have to take a boat out to put your shot because it green "floats" on the water and they can move to change the distance. Can you believe that?

  12. LightningStrike Studios 33 months ago | reply

    Thank you for sharing the picture under a CC license. It appears in a gallery on the Global Vacation Source home page. We've included a link back on the credits page.

  13. jurvetson 32 months ago | reply

    Dora the Explorer - it's back across the border in Punta Mita, Mexico.

  14. golfatopia 31 months ago | reply

    I wonder how hard it is to get the ball on the green there.

  15. Ron Hay 19 months ago | reply

    Lovely image. Well taken.

  16. 60 60 GOLF 13 months ago | reply

    Where is this island?

  17. raphaelsteege 11 months ago | reply

    cool, das passende Golfzubehör und die Golfausrüstung findest Du unter www.leisure-sports.de/golfzubehoer

  18. eberhardtines 11 months ago | reply

    Eine Golfreise günstig könnt Ihr bei Golfreisewelten.at buchen.

  19. Room Elegance 10 months ago | reply

    Hi Steve,

    I've published this nice 'Golf Green Island' picture by you in an article on my blog at the following link:

    www.roomelegance.com/6-important-external-factors-that-co...

    Please visit the article at the link above and see if you like it.

    Thanks for the nice image.
    Sandy.

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