Travel Golf

Andy Reistetter's foray into golf travel writing began in late 2009 at the Nationwide Tour Championship.

Andy wanted to experience "firm & fast" professional conditions and to measure his game against the pros. He played the Ralston Creek Course at the Daniel Island Club in Charleston, South Carolina the "Monday After" Matt Every won with a record-breaking 21-under par total. Needless to say he "kept his day job" and focused on being a golf writer and broadcast assistant.

Daniel Island was the start of his "Play-Write" series that now numbers nearly 50 articles.

Reistetter's first official golf travel writing assignment came soon after in Puerto Rico at Royal Isabela, a private links style club on cliffs overlooking the ocean.

Additional assignments keep coming at wonderful places like Reynolds Plantation, Golden Horseshoe Golf Club in Colonial Williamsburg, La Costa, CordeValle, PGA Village, Mississippi Gulf Coast, French Lick, Myrtle Beach, Pebble Beach, Maui, Innisbrook, and Bay Hill Lodge & Club.

An "Inspiration Seeker," look for Reistetter to find more inspiring places to play golf and write about his experience in the years ahead.