Sporting Adventures

"Sport is where an entire life can be compressed into a few hours, where the emotions of a lifetime can be felt on an acre or two of ground, where a person can suffer and die and rise again on six miles of trails through a New York City park. Sport is a theater where sinner can turn saint and a common man become an uncommon hero, where the past and the future can fuse with the present. Sport is singularly able to give us peak experiences where we feel completely one with the world and transcend all conflicts as we finally become our own potential."

George A. Sheehan

If you could leap into your wide screen and land in football heaven, you’d be at the doorstep of the DreamMaker tailgate. Stars of championship games past, legends of the gridiron, Hollywood celebs, mind-blowing food, your better half shopping with the legend’s wives, and making friends for life with guys you worshiped from the fifty-yard line; just open the playbook if you’re shaking.

"It is the ceremony of innocence that the fans pay to see - not the game or the match or the bout, but the ritual portrayal of a world in which time stops and all hope remains plausible, in which everybody present can recover the blameless expectations of a child, where the forces of light always triumph over the powers of darkness."

Lewis H. Lapham

Outfitters are plentiful but they focus on one thing (as they should), the kill. Get the DreamMaker involved and the haul becomes the icing instead of the cake. The Ultimate Hunt? New Zealand. This locale affords a rare opportunity to rise each day from a seven star boutique hotel, save the one night we have you “roughing it” in a tented camp site as you wake to spectacular river scenery. This is your “boy’s night out” with world-class fly fishing. Your private chef serves the days catch, and after a night of poker (yes, dealer included) , you’re off to kill Himalayan Tahr by helicopter. Then spend a fine afternoon bagging Red Stag trophies after an afternoon meal of grilled antelope steaks.

To complete the air/land/sea experience, you’ll catch Blue Cod, scuba dive for lobster and crayfish before departing to lunch amidst awe-inspiring vistas. Relax whilst the ladies are flown in to meet you atop your glacier for a lobster boil, complimented by wines your wives selected. All the while, the ladies are singing your praises as they sample Pinots and boast of their own adventures that make spa services seem like an afterthought.

Bottom line: If you just want a hunt, call an outfitter. If you desire an experience with the ultimate blend of luxury pampering and adventure, and stay married, call the DreamMaker.

"I was with Hercules and Cadmus once, When in a wood of Crete they bayed the bear With hounds of Sparta: never did I hear Such gallant chiding; for besides the groves, The skies, the fountains, every region near Seemed all one mutual cry. I never heard So musical a discord, such sweet thunder.""

William Shakespeare

Panama. Pearl Island. Guatemala. Costa Rica. More world records than anywhere else on the whole planet.  When you come fishing with us, it’s not called fishing, it’s called catching.  Sure, you’ll play Papa Hemingway in the casino and at dinner with Heavyweight Champ Roberto Duran, but one bet you know you’ll win is on the charter. We’re the only company in the world that guarantees you a minimum catch, or the trip is on us. Imagine that.

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What’s stopping you from playing the top 100? Access, no matter who you are. You want to play Augusta or grab lunch at the Royal and Ancient Club? Who doesn’t? But if you’re prepared to pay for the privilege, the DreamMaker can make it happen.

"For a heathland course it is a toss-up between Sunningdale and Woodhall Spa. For an overall sense of serenity relaxing on the porch overlooking the beach after a perfect day on the links, Maidstone would be hard to beat. As far as having the most fun on a golf course the two qualifiers would be Cruden Bay and Woodhall Spa. As far as your knees knocking on the first tee, we find both Merion and The Old Course to be the two most terrifying. Most spectacular views would go to Turnberry and Kingsbarns. Best lunch would go to Prestwick. The most formal and the greatest sense of tradition is Muirfield. The overall best course would be Carnoustie in Europe and The National Golf Links in Southampton. places. We think too many American courses have confused exclusivity with greatness and that's a shame. It's ironic given that Britain is generally a class-oriented society and America a place where you don't have to check birth certificates that in the world of golf, it's been reversed."

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