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4 Fabulous Golf Resorts

These stay-and-play resorts are great for business travelers who want to get back to nature.
Uphill Lie Primland's golf course sits 3,000 feet above sea level.

Tired of the same old manicured golf courses? These resorts offer courses designed to reflect their natural setting, along with luxurious places to spend the night. 

Meadows of Dan, Virginia
Watch out for the sod-walled bunkers on Primland's Scottish-style 18-hole golf course. The Blue Ridge Mountain resort also has a cigar barn off the last hole. Guests can stay in the main lodge or in private houses or cottages. Cost: $550 and up for a one-night stay and a round of golf

JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa
San Antonio
Guests of this resort have access to two 18-hole PGA championship courses with rolling hills and panoramic views of a 758-acre nature preserve. Cost: $269 for one night in a double-occupancy room and 18 holes of golf for one person

Silverado Resort and Spa
Napa, California
This stately resort on the grounds of a historic mansion features two newly renovated 18-hole PGA championship golf courses routed through century-old oak trees. Guests stay in cottage suites. Cost: $249 and up for a one-night stay and 18 holes of golf for two

The Prairie Club
Valentine, Nebraska
This rustic-chic resort in the Sand Hills has two 18-hole pro courses and a 10-hole practice course surrounded by windswept prairies and dunes. The resort has a main lodge with 31 guest rooms and a variety of private cabins. Cost: $399 a person for a one-night stay and two days of golf

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From the May 2011 issue of Inc. magazine

JOHN BRANDON | Columnist

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