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PRIVATE CLUBS PREVIEW OF WINTER 2019 ISSUE Space Closing: Nov. 5, 2018 Materials Due: Nov. 12, 2018 In Homes: Jan. 2, 2019 583,640 affluent individuals (as measured by 2017 Ipsos Private Clubs Magazine Subscriber Study) will be reading our magazine this winter — and here’s why … FEATURES Out on the Water What’s new in cruising and yachting: Windstar Cruises has returned to Alaska after a 20-year absence. Lindblad Expeditions now sails in Polynesia. Plying the Amazon with Delfin Cruises, just recently accepted into the Relais & Châteaux organization, the first cruise line to join its ranks. In the hurricane-ravaged B.V.I., the Moorings has bounced back and is once again spoiling sailing fans with its yachting trips. Waterfront Beds Escape the cold of winter for some warmer temperatures and sunshine. We introduce you to new coastal resorts in dreamy locales such as Greece, Mexico, Panama, Thailand, and the Caribbean. Chili for When It’s Chilly If you can’t jet off to a sunny coastal resort this winter, warm up those bones of yours with this West Texas Chili recipe from one of our club chefs. Hot sauce and Shiner Bock beer help fire it up. Sommeliers Sound Off What surprised you most in the world of wine this past year? What wines should vino lovers be on the lookout for in 2019? These are just two of the questions we asked six of North America’s top sommeliers. Golf Forecast Patrick Reed’s win at Augusta last April surprised many. Will the Masters produce another surprise champion again in 2019? Our experts offer up their bold predictions for the golf year ahead. DEPARTMENTS Indulge./Travel/ Down Under, a miniguide to Sydney’s booming Barangaroo district (right) — new hotels, restaurants, and shops; in England, Heckfield Place is opening in a renovated Georgian country house in Hampshire, outside of London; what’s new in Jackson Hole, Wyo., just in time for ski season; Cloverdale, a must-try new restaurant in Steamboat Springs, Colo., from alumni of Seattle’s acclaimed Canlis restaurant. Indulge./Rides/ You’ll be smitten by these four drool-worthy newcomers in the SUV/crossover market — Hyundai Kona Electric, Jaguar I-Pace, Lamborghini Urus, and Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Price range: $35,000 to $325,000. Indulge./Culture/ We spotlight the just-opened V&A Museum in Dundee, Scotland, an offshoot of the V&A in London that’s primed to serve as an international hub for design, discovery, and education. Indulge./Wine & Spirits/ Try these exceptionally good small-batch bourbons produced by distilleries located outside of Kentucky — in some cases, far removed from the Bluegrass State. Elevate./The Game/ Hitting confident tee shots is no easy feat for many amateurs. Improve yours with these tips from Greg Norman, Annika Sörenstam, and other golf experts. BONUS CONTENT (only on More must-know news about travel, culture, wine and spirits, and more. For more information or to advertise: Randy Kazmierski at or 972.888.7374 ClubCorp Partner Marketing & Sales 3030 LBJ Freeway, 5th Floor • Dallas, TX 75234 •

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