If you’re a regular listener of the “Talking GolfGetaways” podcast, you already know that co-hosts Mitch Laurance and Darin Bunch have a serious “golf crush” on Tobacco Road, the Mike Strantz-designed rollercoaster ride in the North Carolina Sandhills. We simply can’t give the course (and the management) enough love — it rates as one of the most fun and truly unforgettable golf courses we’ve encountered anywhere in the world.
And now golfers can go even deeper into the Tobacco Road experience with the “brand-new” Stewart Cabin, the historic building that sits on the stunning par-3 14th recently renovated to accommodate buddy-trip foursomes looking to stay and play.
Joined on this somewhat “live” episode taped in the dining room of the Stewart Cabin, Mitch and Darin are joined by Hall of Fame billiards legend Ewa (Mataya) Laurance (who happens to be Mitch’s wife) and our GolfGetaways travel buddy Joe Sas (who happens to “act” like Darin’s wife).
In this episode, not only do the foursome discuss all the great features installed into the Stewart Cabin during the recent renovation (full kitchen, dining/card room, big-screen TVs, rocking chairs on the deck to watch players take their shot at a hole-in-one, nighttime lighting on the 14th green to putt as late as you desire) but also talk about the Tobacco Road golf course itself from a first-timers’ perspective.
It’s a fun episode of camaraderie and a bit of hijinks with four friends who love Tobacco Road, the game of golf — and, now, the Stewart Cabin, which has quickly climbed the charts into our Top 10 Favorite Places to Stay.
Enjoy the connection. And for more information about booking the Stewart Cabin at Tobacco Road, visit www.tobaccoroadtravel.com.
• • •
“Talking GolfGetaways with Mitch Laurance & Darin Bunch” can be found on GolfNewsNet.com and across the Golf News Net platform. New episodes post semi-regularly (for the most part, except when we’re traveling or golfing or generally having other kinds of fun). “Talking GolfGetaways” is also available on the audioBoom, iTunes and Stitcher.
Follow us on Twitter @GetawaysGolf and @MitchLaurance, and use #TalkingGolfGetaways and #2HaggisBags to hit us with your favorite golf-travel stories and recommendations — you just might make it onto a future episode of “Talking GolfGetaways.”