Too cold where you are for Golf? Try these……


If playing golf in the freezing cold isn’t your idea of winter fun then you are in luck. We are here to give you a better understanding about the best winter golfing destinations around. There will be no need to pack those winter woollies with this guide. Majorca Not only is Majorca the largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands but it is home to Son Vida, the oldest Golf course on the Island. When searching for that perfect winter golf break in Spain, if you also want to feel like you are close to home, then the sheltered coves and Mediterranean surroundings might just be that piece of happiness you are looking for. With Alcanada Golf and Canvamel Golf being at the top of the list for this island known for its beach resorts and art galleries and music festivals.



When you think of winter sun, the dry desert air of Arizona might not be at the front of you mind but, however, during those winter months Scottsdale Arizona boasts sunny mild days and clear brisk nights. With highs of up to 20C in the day and an average 2 percent rainfall, you may wish to reconsider this stunning location. Over in the third largest continent of the world, North America. Arizona, home to Scottsdale and famous for its museums and mountains were else would you want to enjoy the infamous hiking trails than in the Scottsdale National Golf Club. Opened in 2003 this first-rate experience builds to an exciting crescendo of a closing sequence known as ‘Gambler’s Bluff’. But, if you know your Pulled Hook from your Pendulum Stroke, then this course could have been made for you.


Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic… If adventure further afield is more appealing to you then the Caribbean could be your perfect winter spot. With the sun almost on demand, its relaxed island living and the possibility of seeing a pirate or two, the Dominican Republic could be just the ticket for your slice of golfing paradise. With 26 courses to choose from the only decision you have to make is which course to play and on which day. Teeth of the Dog at Casa de Campo, is the pick of the courses, however, the quality of golf on this Caribbean island, mean that you can never go far wrong.



Where Europe meets the Middle East is just where you will find Turkey. Filled with decades of heritage and now a world class golf resort. Turkey has long been every sun seekers dream location, however the resort of Belek means that it’s not just sun worshippers who are flocking here. Belek is located an hour from Antalya and offers a wide range of excellent hotels many of which have direct access to the beach. However outside of the peak summer months it is the golf that brings tourists to this part of Turkey. There are 14 Golf Courses within a 15 mile radius all of which range in quality from Good to World Class. Airport to Golf Course transfers are all provided and most of the hotels offer all-inclusive accommodation which means that you never even have to buy a drink! Belek really is a golfers delight.



With warm sandy beaches off the Mediterranean sea Cyprus could just be the Golfing Getaway of your dreams. As one of the largest Mediterranean islands it is proud to house not one, not two but six exceptional golf courses. In our opinion a great starting point here would be Aphrodite Hills. Aphrodite Hills is situated adjacent to a wonderful 5* hotel and a range of high quality apartments and villas a Golf Holiday at Aphrodite Hills gives visitors ample choice to satisfy any budget. Alternatively, golfers could choose to stay in the town of Paphos itself in order to soak in the nightlife. This leaves them free to play golf on their choice of other courses which here include Elea, Minthis Hills and Secret Valley. So, pack those backs and head off into the blue skies and warm climates of everything a winter vacation spot should offer, with just a little bit more.


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