Virginia Beach, Va. (Vocus) March 11, 2009
Dreaming of an exhilarating day on the greens, where the sun warms your face as you tee up for that perfect shot. With a year-round mild climate, golf packages providing huge value, miles of Bent and Bermuda grasses, and impeccably kept greens, Virginia Beach's golf courses create the perfect setting for the ideal spring golf escape. As the winter months come to an end and spring breezes fill the air, the Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) offers golf packages that are sure to warm any golf enthusiast. Golf packages can be booked through http://www.vbgolf.com in March and April.
March and April are perfect for a beach vacation. For only $249 per person, enjoy the Early Spring Golf Vacation package running through March, which includes a two-night hotel stay and two rounds of golf. Choose between six courses, including Hell's Point, Riverfront, Red Wing Lake, Honey Bee, Stumpy Lake, and Sleepy Hole courses. Upgrade to a premium course for an additional $12 per round.
Through the month of April, delight in the Premier Golf Vacation package, which includes a two-night hotel stay and two rounds of golf. All Virginia Beach courses are included in this package with the exception of Bay Creek Golf Course, which can be added for an additional $9 per round.
The Virginia Beach area features nine top-rate golf courses designed by such world-famous course architects as Fred Couples, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and the legendary Pete Dye. Match that with lodging to fit all budgets, as well as Coastal Cuisine guaranteed to tempt the palate, and golfers will find every season is golf season in Virginia Beach. Virginia Beach invites you to visit and experience the challenging golf courses first-hand - no matter what your handicap! For more information on your Virginia Beach golf vacation, visit http://www.vbfun.com or http://www.vbgolf.com.
Virginia Beach entices visitors to "Live the Life" every season of the year! Virginia Beach is four hours southeast of D.C. by car and within a day's drive or less from two-thirds of the U.S. population. For visitor information, call 1-800-VA-BEACH (800/822-3224) or visit the Web site http://www.vbfun.com for online trip planning. For media information and digital images, click on http://www.vbpressroom.com.
Ron Kuhlman, Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau, 757.385.4700
Kari Journigan, BCF, 757.497.4811
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