Robb Report Features New Lodge, Residences at Moonlight Basin

Robb Report recently featured the private Moonlight Basin community’s new LakeLodge in Big Sky, Montana. Opening in June, LakeLodge will be set close to Ulery’s Lake and “will offer common amenities that include the Three Forks Tapas restaurant and bar, a retail shop, an outfitters HQ for gear rental, a gym, indoor basketball court and climbing wall, a kids’ club, an outdoor pool,...
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Golf Digest Names Finn Scooters Among Best

Finn Scooters were recently named among the best options for transporting clubs around the golf course in Golf Digest’s 2021 Editors’ Choice Awards. “Single-rider carts were a staple of golf during COVID-19, which helped turn this street-bike-like (Finn Scooter) from a curiosity into a viable means of club transport,” Golf Digest noted. Finn Cycles are now available at...
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New York Times Membership Travel Story Includes Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club, Moonlight Basin

A recent New York Times story on membership travel during the COVID-19 pandemic featured the Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club and Moonlight Basin communities. Membership club benefits often center on easing the burden of planning and uncertainty, with safety becoming an essential part of that during the pandemic. Communities like Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club in Steamboat Springs, Colorado,...
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VUE Magazine Includes Sun Mountain Cart in Best Luxury Gifts

VUE Magazine recently included Sun Mountain’s Pathfinder 4 golf push cart in its guide to best luxury gifts of 2020. The VUE story notes that the Pathfinder 4 is great for expert golfers. The cart folds in two simple steps, has new upper and lower brackets to hold your bag, and works with both cart or stand bags. Read the full VUE Magazine story...
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MyGolfSpy Tries Sun Mountain Sync Push Cart Bag

Dave Wolfe of MyGolfSpy recently tested Sun Mountain’s new Sync push cart bag as part of the We Tried It series. The Sync, he noted, was designed to meet the needs of the walking golfer who uses a push cart, incorporating “a few small but clever elements.” These include a top design that differs from other cart bags, an oval-shaped base and a redesigned strap pass-though. Read the MyGolfSpy...
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