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Spring 2018

Luxury Lifestyle Magazine From ClubCorp, the World Leader in Private Clubs

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Spring 2018 39 ON A MISSION Billionaire Johnny Morris has enlisted the help of some of the game’s best course designers in his quest to put Missouri on the golf map with his Big Cedar Lodge. BY JOSH SENS 42 THE NEW LOOK OF GIN Meet several up-and-coming distillers both domestic and abroad who reach beyond traditional juniper to craft unconventional must-try spirits. BY LESLEY JACOBS SOLMONSON 46 FAMILY AFFAIRS Two travel insiders tell you where you’ll want to go on your next multigenerational getaway. Plus, 10 tips you should read before planning your trip. BY ANDREW SESSA 52 RIVER CRUISING It’s changing at a rapid pace, amping up its allure to a broader market with hip ships, active excursions, compelling itineraries, and other temptations. BY JANICE WALD HENDERSON 56 GLASGOW, REINVENTED The Scottish city sidesteps its gritty reputation with a slew of game-changing new developments — attractions, distilleries, and more. BY ADAM H. GRAHAM INDULGE 12 Travel: Get away from it all on a private island in Indonesia, and explore Singapore on your way; bed down at an iconic newly renovated Montreal hotel where John Lennon once stayed; catch, cook, and have a cocktail or two at a Cabo resort; acclaimed chef Erik Anderson talks about his latest gig at San Francisco restaurant. 22 Rides: Find out what goes into the meticulous refurbishment of classic cars at Jaguar-Land Rover’s just-launched U.K. restoration facility. 24 Culture: Delve into the quirky works of a colorful Japanese contemporary artist at a new Tokyo museum; big-name stars and familiar titles illuminate Broadway stages this season. CONNECT 29 Profiles: Noteworthy club members with fascinating stories. ELEVATE 33 The Game: This year’s near-foolproof, gotta-have-it golf equipment — from cup-seeking putters to performance-redefining balls — uses futuristic technology to help you resolve your game’s most nagging hiccups. BY SCOTT KRAMER SPLURGE 80 Impossible Golf Book: Discover what former Golf Magazine editor George Peper considers the planet’s “most important” courses in this limited-edition volume. BY JOSH SENS PLAY 62 ClubCorp News and Events. Houston’s Downtown Club at the Met reinvention hits all the sweet spots — athletics, business, and social. Take a look at the improvements. BY KATE WAHNSCHAFFE THE LIST 68 Where to play. Where to dine. Where to meet. To help you book everything from tee times to dinners and relaxing getaways, use this handy directory of our associate clubs, resorts, and affiliates. IN EVERY ISSUE 2 President’s Letter 6 From the Editor/Contributors 8 Digital

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