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Hilton Head golf packages: The best couples retreats

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The boom in demand for couples’ golf trips shows no signs of abating, with the sector having grown exponentially over the past three years. These trips can be a brilliant way for couples to spend time together, whether they share a love for golf or not and Hilton Head, one of America’s great golf destinations, has put itself right at the forefront of the market. Hilton Head golf courses are known around the world providing an alluring blend of challenge, beauty and adventure, alongside a fantastic off course experience. And now many of the resorts and hotels on ‘golf island’…

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The best golf courses in Park City, Utah

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Nestled amid the breathtaking beauty of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah, Park City, is renowned for its world-class ski resorts, vibrant culture, world-famous film festival and its plethora of incredible outdoor activities.  However, it’s also home to a selection of exceptional golf courses that combine stunning landscapes with challenging routings and genuine variety. Here we’ll pick out some of the very best golf courses in Park City, Utah, all of which will deliver an unforgettable golfing experience that perfectly complements your visit to this scenic destination. 1. Park City Golf Club Located just minutes away from the historic Main Street,…

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Causeway Coast and Glens: the best golf courses

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The Causeway Coast and Glens is a place of incredible beauty and adventure but it’s also one of the best places to play golf.  This part of Northern Ireland is perhaps best known for hosting The Open Championship in 2019 when Royal Portrush won the hearts of so many golfers around the world. But that is just the start. Here we look at the courses you simply must not miss.  This region is rich not only in memorable golf experiences but packed full of fantastic things to do away from the course, whether you’re keen to take in some of…

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Aroeira combines alluring golf with the magic of Lisbon’s city lights

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Plans: everyone I speak to at Aroeira Golf has a plan. Plans to tinker with the two tree-lined 18 hole courses; plans to tinker with the attached hotel; plans to attract more women golfers and plans to take advantage of being just 30 minutes from the centre of Lisbon. Those final three plans are inextricably linked in the eyes of Margarida Vasconcelos, general manager of the Aroeira Lisbon Hotel – my base for the night on a fleeting visit to the Setubal Peninsula, just south of the Portuguese capital. “I want more groups of women to come here,” she tells…

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