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Reviewing the golfing experience at The Golf Club at Oxford Greens in Oxford, Connecticut by a course member and golf enthusiast.

Gary Napoli, Frank Ciancio, Angelo Carlucci, Sal Melchiore at Oxford Greens Member/Member Tournament.  Photo: oxfordgreens.com

Member/Member Tournament Results

About the Course

Delicately carved from the woods west of Naugatuck State Forest, the Golf Club at Oxford Greens is one of Connecticut’s most impressive golf courses and has been named the “3rd Best Public Course in Connecticut” by Golfweek. Taking full advantage of more than 680 acres of natural beauty, breathtaking vistas, and ever-changing terrain, The Golf Club combines New England’s greatest resources with a neoclassical design. Read Full Article →

Strawberries, walnuts, parmesan and spinach salad with shrimp and balsamic vinaigrette from The Borojo Restaurant in Hollywood, Florida.  Delicious, reasonably priced Columbian food and free WiFi.

The Borojo Restaurant
1940 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, FL 33020

SunFest in West Palm Beach, Florida included nothing but positive energy, respect and enjoyment.  Located at a scenic waterfront venue on Flagler Drive alongside West Palm’s intracoastal waterway gathered over 250,000 people from ages 1 to 85. What amazed me about this 5 day festival (I caught Saturday and Sunday) was the variety of people in attendance.  Strollers and couples, young kids, teenagers, then older couples in lawn chairs and everywhere in between.  The range of musical acts from Patti LaBelle to Nas and the B-52′s to Flogging Molly is likely to blame for the range of concert-goers; but the vibe was thorough because everybody was able to chill together and enjoy the sunshine – there was something for everyone.

Entire families, huge groups of friends and people of all types together in one place on a sunny Florida weekend to feast, enjoy the tunes and relax; then perhaps take a stroll onto any of three floating bars in the waterway.  The festival came to a close Sunday evening with a spectacular fireworks display launched from a barge on the water.  From the end of the dock the fireworks appeared to fill the entire sky and at times was so intense it resembled an optical illusion.

From their website:
Founded in 1982, SunFest is Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival. Held annually in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida the first week in May, SunFest attracts more than 280,000 visitors. The festival and the patrons that it attracts have a very positive impact on the community.

The work of more than 165 national artists were on display, including jewelry, painting, pottery & ceramics, photography, sculpture, wood, arts and crafts, and more.

Music acts included: Weezer, ZZ Top, Shinedown, Ben Harper and Relentless7, Patti LaBelle, Maze with Frankie Beverly, Rise Against, REO Speedwagon, NAS & Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, The B-52s, Smash Mouth, Sean Kingston, Iyaz, Sister Hazel, Five For Fighting, Flogging Molly and much more.