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The best ways to save on your next golf break

Our top tips and tricks for getting the best deal on your next golf break.

Mark Jenkins
Mark Jenkins
5 mins read
Golf 101

Under our price promise, we guarantee that our customers get the very best value when booking with us.

Yet, there are some extra tips to bear in mind to get even bigger savings on your next golf trip. Whether this be in the UK, Europe or further afield, these helpful hints are suitable for all golf breaks and travel groups.

Speak to a Golf Travel Expert

Our dedicated sales team have visited every venue within our portfolio and are experts in helping golfers create their perfect itineraries. Whether you’re looking to work your way through a bucket list, discover somewhere new or find the perfect post-round pint, our team will help organise every step of your trip.

Book a Sunday night package

If you’re looking for the best possible value from your golf break, consider going on one of our Sunday night saver trips. In addition to the monetary savings when compared to a weekend trip, you’ll also find a better availability of tee times and your choice of room types, as well as the potential for other added extras, including free buggies, on-site credits, and packages with dinner included!

Or, travel on a weekday instead!

As with our Sunday night breaks, booking a midweek package is another great way to make incredible savings on your next domestic golf trip. Beat the traffic, avoid the crowds, and pick from a selection of our best-selling golf resorts. Save up to 40% vs a weekend break and enjoy 1 night, dinner, bed & breakfast, and 2 rounds of golf from well under £100 per person!

Take a break during the shoulder season

We’ve got some incredible packages at unbelievable prices away from the peak travel times, particularly when heading overseas. With the weather in Portugal and Southern Spain in November often as warm as the British summer, why not enjoy your golf in the UK through the best of the weather here, and then elongate your golfing calendar with a winter golf break to Europe?

Conversely, with the peak travel period for our Canary Islands venues in the Autumn, there is phenomenal value to be found when traveling during the Summer months (before the school holidays). Our Golf Travel Experts each have their own specialist knowledge, and so be sure to pick their brains on the best time for your group to travel!

Cala Llombards beach, Majorca

Go last-minute

Whilst many of our venues can get booked up in advance, there’s always some great value to be found on a last-minute trip. Courses and hotels alike can have cancellations, often freeing up space with just a few days to go. Our sales team can get you booked in with as little as 48-hours’ notice, so if you find yourself suddenly available and looking to getaway, give us a call!

Get your dinner included

It’s a great feeling to be on a break, knowing that everything is already taken care of. Many of our hotels now offer dinner as part of the package or offer the ability to pre-purchase your dinners on the trip at a reduced rate, relieving the need to worry about additional spend whilst your away.

For maximum peace of mind, why not take an all-inclusive golf holiday abroad? With all of your food (and drink!) included, all you need to worry about on your break is playing your best golf!

Constantinou Bros Athena Beach Hotel

Or don’t…and go self-catering

Dependent on your group size and requirements, a self-catering golf break might suit you perfectly! This is a great way of reducing the initial cost of a break, allowing you to either cook within your accommodation, or head out locally for food as and when the mood dictates.

Remember to factor all meals for your group though (including breakfast), as you may find a more traditional ‘half-board’ route the best option. As always, if you’re unsure, speak to one of our team who will be able to advise, and will also point out any local restaurant hotspots that you should check out during your stay.

Aphrodite Hills Rentals

Mix it up!

Whilst playing a Championship golf course is a great addition to a golf break, it can get expensive if you want to play several of these on the same trip. One of our most frequent recommendations is to tie in an additional course or two alongside a ‘big name’.

As an example, if you’re looking to play one of the three ‘Royal Courses’ in the North West (Lytham, Birkdale, Liverpool), why not stay at Heron’s Reach in Blackpool and play their on-site course, as well as Blackpool North Shore, in addition to Royal Lytham. This trip would allow you to play three rounds of golf, including Royal Lytham, for less than a two-round trip which incorporated Royal Lytham and Royal Birkdale/Liverpool. Our team’s expert knowledge in creating itineraries is invaluable here to help plan the perfect golf break for your group!

Royal Liverpool Golf Club

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From Sunday night savings, last minute deals and dinner included options, there's no better time to plan your golf break.


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Mark Jenkins

Head of UK & Ireland Sales

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