1. Where to Sweat (and Stay Zen) in the Hamptons

    Spending the summer out East? With more and more NYC fitness studios setting up shop on Long Island, your workout routine doesn’t need to get put on hold for summer. Here are some of our favorite places in the Hamptons.



    The Class by Taryn Toomey

    https://taryntoomey.com/the-method


    Sweat, jump, scream and dance in Taryn Toomey’s heart-pumping class. Insider Tip: The spots fill up quickly, so sign up early! 


    264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton



    SoulCycle

    ttps://www.soul-cycle.com/


    With studios in Montauk, East Hampton, Water Mill and Bridgehampton, you’ll always be close to a spin class this summer. 


    For locations, click here


    Shou Sugi Ban House 

    https://www.shousugibanhouse.com/


    A true escape, the Shou Sugi Ban House is a thirteen-room destination spa and retreat offering massage, hydrotherapy, meditation and educational programming. Sign up for one of the signature retreats for a total mind and body reset.


    337 Montauk Highway, Water Mill


    The Sanctuary at the Surf Lodge

    https://mindbody.io/fitness/studios/the-surf-lodge-sanctuary


    Take a Y7 yoga class or stock up on clean-beauty products and supplements at The Surf Lodge’s new wellness venture. 


    716 Montauk Hwy, Montauk



    New York Pilates

    https://www.newyorkpilates.com/montauk/


    It was only a matter of time before one of our favorite pilates studios headed out east. The New York Pilates’ Montauk destination offers reformer and private classes through September. 


    649 Montauk Hwy, Montauk

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  2. Places We Want to Play: 5 Golf Courses Worth the Trip

    We’re celebrating the warm spring weather (and our unofficial start to golf season) with a list of the dreamiest courses from around the world. Whether you’re looking for views of the Caribbean or the dramatic cliffs, we have some links candy for you. And when it comes to what to wear, of course, we have that covered too.



    La Cana Golf Club, Punta Cana Resort, Dominican Republic

    It’s hard to beat the seaside views and palm trees of the La Cana Golf Club in the Dominican Republic. The 27-hole course was one of the first in the Caribbean to use an environmentally friendly grass seed that can be watered using sea water.

    Links Style: Golf Short and Argyle Polo


    Cabot Cliffs, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Cabot Cliffs in Nova Scotia is known for its breathtaking views. Set within the rocky landscape of Cape Breton, this course is a true escape.

    Links Style: Striped Mock Turtleneck and Golf Pant



    Heritage Le Telfair Golf Club, Mauritius

    Located on the island of Mauritius in the India Ocean, the course at Heritage Le Telfair is a thing of beauty. After playing a round in paradise, enjoy time at the resort’s luxury spa.

    Links Style: Perforated Leather Visor


    Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

    With sea views and dramatic cliffs, the Cape Kidnappers course is one for the books. Get ready for picturesque and uniquely challenging holes.


    Links Style: Argyle Polo and Golf Skort


    Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course, Idaho

    Home to the famous Floating Green, a moveable green located in the middle of Lake Coeur d’Alene, this course features beautiful lake views, wildflowers, and a shuttle boat to take you to and from the resort.

    Links Style: Long Sleeve Cashmere Hoodie

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  3. Places We Want to Play: Monte-Carlo Country Club


    Home to the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, the Monte-Carlo Country Club is rich in history. Located in the French Riviera, the Monte-Carlo Country Club was built in 1928 at the urging of tennis enthusiast George Pierce Butler. He watched Suzanne Lenglen play in the Monte-Carlo tournament on courts built on a garage roof and demanded more for the star player. “Her star status deserves a jewel not only a simple roof on top of a garage,” Butler is to have said. His urging resulted in the opening of the art deco style Monte-Carlo Country Club.



    Today, the club is home to 21 clay courts, a swimming pool, sauna, putting greens, and a Club House restaurant. Set alongside the Mediterranean, the Club’s stunning seaside views are best enjoyed from the Club House terrace. If you’re traveling to the annual Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, book a room at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort or the Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo.


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