The golf and travel experts at Golfbreaks.com list the Top 5 things for which they are most thankful in the game of golf
(CHARLESTON, SC) — Considering their profession, it is little wonder that the experts at Golfbreaks.com are particularly thankful for the game of golf. Since 1998, Golfbreaks.com has arranged golf trips for millions of golfers around the globe, establishing a reputation for expert service and great value.
No time better than the Thanksgiving season to reflect on what our experts love best about the game. So, as we let out our belts a notch or two and begin preparing for Thanksgiving, let us take a moment to reflect on our blessings. Of the many things we have to be thankful for in this wonderful game, here are five at the top of our list:
1. Golf course superintendents. These people perform golf’s most thankless task. They are working hard before the crack of dawn, performing backbreaking work over long hours in all sorts of weather conditions, often on weekends. Next time you see your superintendent pat him or her on the back and say, “Thank you very much, job well done.”
2. The under-four-hour round. Golf is challenging enough as is, and during the course of four or — heaven help us— five hours, we tend to run out of interesting things to say. It’s a blessing when we can be back at the clubhouse in three hours, trying to forget the bad shots while relishing the good.
3. Saturday morning golf groups: Fun people who take the game seriously but thankfully not themselves. With thick skin and good senses of humor, they are our comrades in arms. We’re thankful for good-natured bantering and kind courtesies; the keen eyes in finding a seemingly lost ball; and the polite inquiries about our families and jobs and as we enjoy our round together.
4. The kinship of golf and the manner in which the game brings people together. Like taking a trip overseas with your best golfing buddies, or your father, or your children. Which is why Golfbreaks.com has recently launched a website specifically for American golfers, USA.Golfbreaks.com — which will surely inspire anybody who has ever dreamed of teeing off at legendary links such as St Andrews, Royal Birkdale, Turnberry, or Royal County Down.
5. Finally, along those same lines, those of us at Golfbreaks.com are thankful that we are afforded the opportunity to play golf all over the world and on the same venues the professionals compete — something no other sport allows. Our company, a partner of both the European Tour and The PGA of Great Britain & Ireland, is now helping American golfers take the stress out of arranging their golfing pilgrimage. That means taking care of everything from tee times and hotel rooms to flights and ground transportation, as well as offering the best prices and packages to suit all budgets.
If you are a golfer looking for something a little more exciting than another trip over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house this Thanksgiving — whether it’s the greatest tee time of them all at the Old Course in St Andrews or an Irish links odyssey — the golf travel experts at Golfbreaks.com can assist Americans with their golf vacation of a lifetime at a price that won’t break the bank.
Now, anyone booking a golf vacation to the United Kingdom and Ireland for themselves and at least three others will receive a free Callaway Big Bertha Driver. All participants need to do is inquire for the vacation by November 30th, 2015 by contacting one of Golfbreaks.com’s expert sales advisers via the phone or through the website (USA.Golfbreaks.om). If you then go on to book the trip to the UK or Ireland for four or more golfers, you will receive a free Callaway driver.
Learn more about 2016 golf packages and the free Callaway Big Bertha Driver at (855) 699-5853 or USA.Golfbreaks.com.