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Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: Spain

Spain has long been a favoured destination for those looking for a golfing holiday. With its warm climate and fantastic golf courses, it is an ideal choice. It provides all year round opportunities to play, so when others are struggling their way through 18 holes on a wet and cold course back in the UK, you can be enjoying a round in shorts and a short sleeved polo shirt.
Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: South of France

When it comes to the South of France, life simply doesn't get any better. Whether you're drawn to the vineyards of Provence, the glamour of Cannes, or the azure waters of Nice, a feast for all the senses awaits you.
Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: Wales

So, whether you're on the lookout for information on some of the more famous courses or want to brush up on your knowledge of the little-known crackers, we have selected a few top courses to get your golfing tongues wagging.
Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: Dublin

If you're visiting Dublin, Ireland, then every serious golfer needs to have a look at the Glencullen Golf Course. Situated in the Dublin Mountains, the Glencullen is the number one rated golf course in Dublin.
Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: Top Five UK Golf Courses

With the UK being home to so many great golf courses, choosing the one for you can be difficult. Here, we have selected our top 5 golf courses, alongside extra travel information such as hotels and transport.
Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: Loch Lomond

Twenty-five miles and well under an hour's drive from Glasgow, Loch Lomond is one of the most convenient areas for a British golfing break. But it does not rely on being on the doorstep of Scotland's biggest city to pull in the punters, it has the undeniable beauty and quality of its courses to do that.
Written by Saturday, 24 September 2011
Golf Travel Guide: Edinburgh

There are not many capital cities or World Heritage sites that boast a famous festival alongside being astonishingly beautiful. Edinburgh is that place, and fortunately enjoys some of the best golf courses in the country including having St. Andrews as its neighbour. We have picked a handful of courses, which should whet your appetite for a sojourn in Scotland.
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