Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
To celebrate the 2012 London Olympics, and to build anticipation for golf’s return to the games at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, PerryGolf (with the help of The A Position) is giving away a dream golf trip including play on six world-class Scottish golf layouts. The trip includes rounds for four golfers at Turnberry’s Ailsa and Kintyre Courses, Prestwick, Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch, and the Centenary Course at Gleneagles (site of the 2014 Ryder Cup). Winners will also enjoy five-star accommodations, receive $3,500 worth of luggage from TravelPro, and more. And they are welcome to hum their own national anthems on the eighteenth greens.
PerryGolf is the leading provider of international golf and luxury lifestyle travel experiences in the world. The A Position is the leading website for golf and travel. Describing the impetus for the giveaway, Gordon Dalgleish, President of PerryGolf, says, “Britain is currently hosting the premier athletes in the world at the London games. Not far to the north visitors can play some of the world’s best golf courses. Golf will be returning to the Olympics in 2016 for the first time in a century. To celebrate this convergence, we’re offering golfers a chance to win a dream golf trip that includes play on half a dozen of Scotland’s gold-medal venues.”
PerryGolf has teamed up with The A Position to help promote their contest. Jeff Wallach, Executive Editor of The A Position, says, “We’re delighted to be working with PerryGolf, which has set the gold standard for golf travel. These summer games should begin to build anticipation for golf returning to the Olympics for the first time in a century. We’re excited for our sport and for the four lucky golfers who will win this once-in-a-lifetime trip to some of Scotland’s best links.”
Register to win the trip at http://www.perrygolf.com/win.
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