Golf packager PerryGolf's new blog a must-read for any international travel golfers
A new golf blog catering to those of us wanderlusting travel golfers is up and running a couple months now, and it’s a good one, so bookmark it:
PerryGolf is one of the world’s largest golf packagers with many years of experience checking out the best golf courses, especially over in Scotland and Ireland, two countries I try and make it to often for links golf.
The blog isn’t just talking about their own golf package deals, anything but actually. They offer a wealth of unbiased advice that any traveling golfer could use. A lot of companies are realizing a good way to drive traffic to their website and product is by posting a daily blog, and when PerryGolf’s Gordon and Colin Dalgleish post some thoughts on golf travel, it’s a good idea to listen up. They offer insights on everything from scoring coveted airport lounge access to how to combine Scotland and Ireland in one golf trip (something I wrote about a few years ago and makes perfect sense if you can’t decide between the two and have at least eight vacation days to use).
They also point out a few good articles about golf from news services worth reading. Click here for a great article from the TimesOnline.co.uk on Machrihanish Dunes and the sheep they use to cut the grass, much like the courses were mowed 100 years ago. Pretty neat stuff.
The blogs might even help you save a little cash or time on your own golf trip, whether you use PerryGolf or not for booking the trip, so be sure to check in from time to time.
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