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Enjoy a Desert Classic - golf in Abu Dhabi

by Rhys Howell 17. January 2014 19:34

On a recent holiday to Abu Dhabi I was fortunate enough to sample three of the most spectacular and challenging golf courses I have ever played. The first of these testing courses was the stunning Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, designed by undisputed golf legend Gary Player. This was the first ocean course to open in the UAE and features numerous beach-front holes on a course that weaves in and out of several five-star hotels lining the private, white sand beach (the only private beach in Abu Dhabi!)

As I was staying at the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, it was very convenient to be able to see the pool from the fairways of the 6th and 7th holes in order to ensure that my sun lounger and an ice-cold beverage More...


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A review of Penina Hotel & Golf Resort

by Oli Lindley 8. January 2014 23:22

Found just outside of Portimao, Penina Hotel & Golf Resort is a 360 acre resort that combines a world renowned golf course - the Sir Henry Cotton Championship Course – along with superb practice facilities and a spectacular hotel.

The stunning grand entrance typifies the facilities on offer. Be sure to make use of the superb practice grounds that are on offer at the resort. Complete with a golf academy, four putting greens [More...]and two chipping greens, the highlight is More...

Introducing... the Costa del Sol

by Rhys Howell 23. September 2013 20:34

On our summer holiday to the Costa Del Sol this year my Dad and I honourably responded to the call of freshly cut grass and San Miguel’s patiently waiting on ice and ventured out to try some of the awesome golf on offer in the area. Not too long into our trip we kindly left our ladies to bake in the Spanish sun whilst we slipped away and drove up to Los Naranjos Golf Club in Marbella.

After driving 5 minutes uphill from Puerto Banús through some beautiful residential estates you arrive at what can only be described as a golfer’s paradise with the beautiful white and blue coloured clubhouse providing a stunning entrance to the course. We headed down to the 1st tee and were met by the starter who offered us a few friendly- though evidently intimidating for my Dad- words of advice before we teed off.

The undulating front-nine proved to be a real test as we wound through the tree-lined fairways, trying to avoid More...


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The golf trip of a lifetime

by Andrew Sutcliffe 11. September 2013 01:43

Last summer we ran a Kiawah Island competition in association with Sky Sports…. Andrew Sutcliffe and son Graeme were the lucky winners, and earlier this year they enjoyed a golf break they will never forget.

Congratulations to Rory McIlroy in winning the USPGA at Kiawah last summer – and thanks for playing so well that we watched all the coverage on Sky Sports. Without that, we might not have entered the amazing competition draw being provided by

I couldn't believe it when we actually won the prize... this sort of thing never happens! A week-long golf trip to Kiawah!! It was the stuff of dreams and we couldn’t wait for it to happen.



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A 5* Golf Break to The K Club, Ireland

by Steve Stewart 21. June 2012 23:26

The stunning K ClubAs the saying goes, every journey begins with one single step and our journey would have been no dissimilar if we had known which direction to take it.

One of the most difficult things we had to overcome during our time in Ireland, was trying to understand the reason behind having such a large country with no postcodes. After 20 minutes in the car trying to convince the satnav that the K Club did exist, someone rightly pointed out that it was called The Kildare Hotel and Golf Club. The satnav finally agreed and More...


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A warm welcome to Ireland – Druids Glen Resort...

by GaryWilliams 1. May 2012 23:49

Ferry Journey to Ireland

As always going away with your friends is a very much anticipated affair and I can safely say that Ireland left us all far from disappointed.  After leaving Windsor for Dublin on what was a long but extremely hassle free journey we finally arrived at our first destination – Druids Glen Resort in County Wicklow (just 30 minutes outside of Dublin).  The weather was superb and seeing as that is one of the small drawbacks when going to Ireland in comparison to sunnier climbs I knew that we were in for a real treat of a weekend. 

To accompany the weather we received a very warm welcome from the reception team at Druids Glen Resort, in which they explained the facilities on offer and confirmed our tee times for the next day.  After assessing the options the group was split and while some decided to practice for the following day’s golf on the on-site driving range, I chose the much more relaxing and least frustrating activity by visiting the Spa facilities.  Druids Glen More...


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In Praise of Wales

by Richard Green 7. March 2012 02:05

Pennard Golf ClubIn case it escaped your attention, last Thursday was St David’s Day. This begs the question of why the pubs of Birmingham, Bournemouth and Blackpool weren’t decked out with dragons and daffodils…

as they surely will be with shamrocks and all things green come March 17th?

When it comes to marking the Saints Days (or any other occasion for that matter) we’re very quick to jump on the bandwagon... any bandwagon actually, especially if it’s of the noisy, drink-fuelled variety. From the Fourth of July or Australia Day to Chinese New Year or St Patrick’s Day, we just love to join in. More...


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