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44 Texas Coastal Bend tour guide Late Spring 2016 Port Aransas the port aransas museum is a worthy testament to one of the most historically significant communities on the Texas Gulf Coast which was established as a cattle and sheep ranching settlement in the 1850s. During the same period steam- ship service was commissioned between Sand Point as the town was then called and New Orleans necessitating the construction of the Aransas Pass Lighthouse on St. Josephs Island. The Tarpon Inn opened its doors in the 1880s and became the center of local sportfishing activity. The Inn and Port A welcomed its most famous angler in 1937 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt caught tarpon from a Farley boat pictured above. The museum is home to local artifacts and over 12000 historical photos. 361 749-3800 N. AlisterBrundrett St. portaransasmuseum.org PALMILLA BEACH GOLF CLUB is among the very few truly authentic Scot- tish-style links courses in the United States. The natural coastal terrain which features an ocean beach and sand dunes followed by native island vegetation on which the course is built are required features of the links course and are all found on Mustang Island. The Arnold Palmer Signature Design course is the golfing legends very first ocean-side design and one in which Palmer placed special attention and oversight. The result is a challenging championship experience the requires players to negoti- ate narrow rolling fairways imposing greens and stacked sets of bunkers in the links tradition. Five sets of tees are offered for a variety of skill levels. 361 749-4653 265 Palm Island Dr. palmillabeach.com