It’s snowy and cold here on the Front Range of the Rockies. Golf seems very far away. So, to keep my spirits up and stay warm I’ve been researching a few international golf destinations in sunny locales.
Perusing Golfzoo, I found a great deal on golf at the Costa del Sol, Spain. Stay for seven nights and play five rounds for $945. Play three rounds at Almenara GC, one each at nearby San Roque Club and the Alcaidesa Links GC. This package includes lodging, rental car, and daily breakfast, based on double occupancy. The package is available April 1 through May 30, 2013. Visit Golfzoo.com for more details..advertisement
I’m actually very susceptible to good deals, and even OK deals if the place is interesting. Golfzoo also has a special to Casa de Campo, an All-Inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic. For $315 per person/per day, double occupancy, the Casa de Campo Golf Lodge Package includes
- Four nights at the resort
- Meals and drinks on the property
- Unlimited greens fees at The Links course
- Shared cart for 18 holes per day
- One round on the Teeth of the Dog course (group forecaddie fee apply)
- Complimentary use of the practice facility
- Golf bag storage
- Transfers from the airports (La Romana, Punta Cana or Santo Domingo)
- All resort fees and taxes
This package is available from now until April 30, 2013.
I’ve never played in the Caribbean, but I’d love the opportunity to try this out! For a couple to visit for four nights, this totals out to $2520 without the airfare. Airfare from Denver to Santo Domingo runs around $5oo per person. This is not a cheap few days, but it sure sounds fun! If you have more money than I, check out Golfzoo.com for more information.
Just a note – I don’t receive any compensation or consideration from Golfzoo.com. It’s just a good site to find golf deals! Do you travel out of the United States (or wherever you live) to play golf? Where? Let us know!
P.S. What is a forecaddie fee? 🙂