If you’re insurance brand is doing well then one way to unwind is by playing golf. It’s also a good way to network as reagrds partnership deals and acquisitions. So as the darker evenings arrive in the UK, and the insurance awards season gets underway, it’s time to plan that well earned golfing break in November/December.
The holiday car rental experts at StressFreeCarRental.com have recommended the best courses to play at each destination and are urging golfers to plan ahead to find the very best deals and secure those valuable tee times. Winter golf in the northern hemisphere can be a struggle due to shorter days, cold temperatures and varying conditions such as torrential rain, heavy frost and boggy courses.
A spokesperson from StressFreeCarRental.com said: “Nothing beats the sensation of boarding a plane in the snow and getting off it under balmy sunshine. Fortunately, there are a lot of different destinations with great golf that can be reached with a short flight and drive after picking up a car at your destination airport, just remember to plan ahead to avoid disappointment.”
Florida’s weather is tailor-made for golf. For generations, architects have taken advantage of Florida’s climate with well-designed courses. The Seminole Golf Course between Orlando and Miami is the very best of what Florida has to offer or visit TPC Sawgrass near Jacksonville, the headquarters of the PGA.
Boasting some of the best courses in Europe, Portugal is a golfer’s dream. The Algarve is famous for its variety of courses. Fly into Faro and you can drive to the incredible Monte Rei Golf & Country Club.
Golfers travelling to Spain need look no further than the venue that hosted the 32nd Ryder Cup when Seve Ballesteros captained the Europeans to a narrow victory at Valderrama Golf Club just 70 miles up the coast from Malaga.
Morocco is one of the hottest golfing destinations in the world right now with all-year-round sun, lively souks and mouth-watering food, golfers can tee off at Royal Marrakech under the shadow of the Atlas Mountains.
The South East of Europe doesn’t have much in the way of a golfing tradition, but Turkey’s Belek region on the Mediterranean coast with the Carya Golf & Spa Resort close to Antalya airport being the top pick.
With year-round sunshine, the Canary Islands have the perfect climate for winter sun holidays. Tenerife has 6 courses while 5 can be found on Gran Canaria with Anfi Tauro being one not to miss.
The best golf courses can be found in Dubai with 2 newly designed Greg Norman courses at Jumeirah Golf Estates called Fire and Ice challenging the traditional top pick of the Majlis course at The Emirates Club.