If you’re planning to go on a fun golf holiday, follow these steps to accomplish a perfect getaway with your friends because even the most careful plans can be improved with a bit of additional information.
Choosing the members of your group is the first step. Will it be just you and your golf friends, or will family members be invited as well? Will it be a small group or a big one? Make sure you know the goal of your holiday because this will make it all the easier to make a proper game plan.
Whether you go to Ireland or any other place, the accommodation location is closely linked to the budget of your vacation. For a lower budget, you can choose to split the costs of a condo or a villa. The advantage of this option is that you could cook your own food at any hour in the kitchen area.
You will need to reserve months ahead if you want prime tee times at popular courses. This will also help you get cheaper airfares. Be flexible and look out for the deals and discounts for late morning or early afternoon tee times. After all, it’s a vacation, enjoy a morning beauty sleep or just plan other activities for those time spans. Take some time and set up a daily schedule before the trip. In addition, make sure you decide beforehand on what type of golf you’re looking for: casual, competitive, handicaps or not, betting or games. Set up ahead of time a daily schedule with all the activities you and your group want to do before and after golf. Will you eat dinner together and visit the same tourist attractions?
The last piece of advice is to research the recommendations, reviews, and opinions of your destination. News, advice and all sort of details will help you improve your holiday experience.