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Doug Hollandsworth has been to paradise - Turtle Bay Resort style - and liked what he saw
Granted paradise can be many places, but if you have never been to Hawaii you need to go to the best place on the islands, Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu. You will love the weather.
Two great 18-hole golf courses - the 7,218- yard Palmer and the 6,535-yard George Fazio - with great rates and packages for golfers, as well as kids and families. You can rent clubs there for the entire week at one low cost.
Both the LPGA and Champions TOUR have played events on these courses.
You won’t believe the other wonderful things there are to do at Turtle Bay Resort. Surfing lessons, helicopter rides (you have to do this) and one of the best spas I have been to. Get the couples massage outside, and much more.
The resort offers a variety of great eating places, anything you could imagine that the family would eat and more than 880 acres of some of the best beaches and bays that have been home to TV and movies like, Lost, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and many more.
If this is your first or tenth trip to Hawaii, you need to explore the North Shore on Oahu and stay at Turtle Bay Resort. You won’t be sorry. Check it out!
For more information, visit www.turtlebayresort.com