Golfholidays.com advises the UK golf break is proving popular

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Online golf travel operator Golfholidays.com has today advised that the UK golf break is proving a popular choice amongst its growing number of golfing holiday makers.

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Golfholidays.com advises the UK golf break is proving popular

perhaps the recent improvement in the weather made would be golfers think about a little bit of tee time

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Online golf travel operator Golfholidays.com has today advised that the UK golf break is proving a popular choice among its growing number of golfing holiday makers.

“France is our busiest country for holiday makers but the UK short golf break is proving extremely popular at the moment. Last Friday, the 8th March specifically we had a high number of users wanting a three day golf break in the UK, perhaps the recent improvement in the weather made would be golfers think about a little bit of tee time”, spokesmen Morgan Clarke from golfholidays.com advised.

He continued “of course some of the European golf holidays do offer some excellent prices and resorts but then so does the UK. Take for instance the Royal St George’s Course in Kent, it’s a stunning course to play on when the sun is out. Its not a million miles from our office but I would typically head over on a Friday, stay at the Lodge at Princes Hotel and enjoy a day at Princes and one at the Royal St George course, it’s a nice weekend away and gets me that golf fix without having to travel too far.”

For more information regarding UK golf breaks please contact Golf Holidays or visit the website: Golfholidays.com.

About golfholidays.com

Golfholidays.com not only has the premium domain name in the golf holiday industry but a wealth of experience when it comes to providing bespoke golf holidays at special value. As golf holiday experts they know exactly what makes a golf break in Northern France so special.

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