Show America What Europe is Made of with GolfPlanet Holidays

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After Europe's valiant but ultimately disappointing Ryder Cup performance, European golfers need to show America what they're made of. With GolfPlanet Holidays new American breaks, they can enjoy the USA's finest courses in luxury, and prove that European golfers can still cut the mustard. For more information, please visit

After Europe's humiliating defeat to America in the Ryder Cup, many golfers may be tempted to hide their heads in the bunker until Celtic Manor in 2010. However, for those who want to hold their heads up high and show America exactly what European golfers are capable of, GolfPlanet offer USA golf holidays to some of the country's most beautiful resorts available to its clients.

America is home to many of the world's best courses, from the paradise of California's coast to Arizona's sun-baked sands, from the "golf, golf, golf" of Kiawah Island to the No.1. Golf Resort in the USA - Sea Island. GolfPlanet's America golf holidays offer all the "must-do" destinations and a few hidden gems too in South Carolina, Arizona, California and Georgia so golfers (and non-golfers too) can enjoy a luxurious tailor-made USA golf holiday at very advantageous rates.

Morgan Clarke and his team have had the enviable and exhausting task of touring the USA's highlights; looking for the best courses and finest resorts for their selection of America golf holidays: "Although we started off as French Golf Holidays many years ago, we are always looking to expand the company to offer our clients the very best of golf -- wherever it is in the world," explained Morgan. "The Americas are home to hundreds of excellent golf courses and hotels, and whittling them down to the very best has taken a while -- but been very enjoyable all the same. The golf courses and hotels on our books tick all the boxes and they really do make for a 'holiday of a lifetime.'"

Any European-team wannabes looking to take advantage of these USA golf holidays will look to make a better impression upon the locals than Nick Faldo's team did this year. Losing the tournament for the first time since 1999, despite the hosts being without world number 1 Tiger Woods, was considered a major triumph for their captain Paul Azinger and restored much-needed confidence in the USPGA Tour. And if you've got 11 golfing chums, ask GolfPlanet to arrange a Ryder Cup-style match against an American team - including logoed kit, Champagne receptions and a whole lot of fun.

For more information about GolfPlanet's America golf holiday packages, please visit:

About Golf Planet Holidays:
GolfPlanet Holidays has been providing luxury golf holidays for over 25 years. The award-winning specialist tour operator is privately-owned and determined to ensure that both experienced golfers and novices will enjoy an unforgettable experience in whichever of the 20+ countries they want to play in.

For more information, please contact Morgan Clarke:

GolfPlanet and French Golf Holidays
The Green
01277 825150



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