If your looking to get your dad or father in law a birthday present like no other, why not treat him to a short golfing break. Golfing holidays are a great gift for those that work hard and have little time to enjoy the odd round of golf.
Golf holidays can be taken at all sorts of locations. Those that live in the country may fancy a city break ,which will allow them to take in the sites when off the golf course. Then again, those that live or work in the city may prefer to be at one with the outdoors and may enjoy playing in an area of natural beauty such as the mountains. Locations such as these often have rivers or lakes nearby, so if at any point your loved one fancies a break from golf, they spend the day fishing instead.
When choosing a golfing holiday, it is wise to consider whether or not the player will travel with their own golf clubs. Some golfers prefer to play with their own clubs, but for the less professional or simply less fussy player, clubs are usually available for rent from the course at which they play.
The first decision you have to make when booking this type of holiday is which course the golfer is most likely to want to play. Accommodation, resorts and package plans come after this important decision has been made. When deciding on the course, take into account the tee times. These are the times at which you start your round, it's worth remembering that generally those staying at the golf course's own resort get first dibs on their desired times.
With these tips in mind you are sure to choose a great golfing break which will guarantee rest, refreshment and relaxation for your golfing fan.