Golfbreaks.com Launches Early Birdie Exclusive for 2020

By: Golfshake Editor | Thu 05 Sep 2019 | Comments


The golf season may be nearing its end, but it's a perfect time for you to start planning ahead for 2020. Marking the beginning of a new decade with a golf trip may be on your mind, and there are benefits to getting organised early. Golfbreaks.com has just unveiled its popular Early Birdie Exclusive, which provides customers with the opportunity to claim major savings from an even bigger variety of destinations across the UK, Europe and beyond.

However, to qualify, you need to book your golf break by the 30th of September. 

Depending on the size of your group, the savings and rewards can be hugely significant.

Take a look at the potential benefits:

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Rewards

Receive a Callaway EPIC Flash Driver, bonus Breakpoints or even a cash discount.

Savings

Take advantage of added values including FREE buggies, FREE group places, and more.

Early Booking Availability

Book early for 2020 to secure the best selection of tee times and room availability.

Golfbreaks Exclusive

Look out for the ‘Exclusive’ stamp on Golfbreaks.com, offers that you won't find anywhere else.

Destinations in the UK include acclaimed venues like The Belfry, Fairmont St Andrews, Old Thorns and Slaley Hall, while you can secure a European break to the likes of Le Golf National, Aphrodite Hills, Vilamoura and Praia D'El Rey. International spots include TPC Sawgrass, Myrtle Beach, Scottsdale, Abu Dhabi and Fancourt. AND more than that, tournament packages experiencing events like the 2020 Masters, 2020 Ryder Cup, and both the 2020 Open Championship and 2021 Open at St Andrews are further options to explore.

Ultimately, there is something here for everyone, but booking early through the Early Birdie Exclusive is the most effective and best value way to grasp your next dream golf break.

For more information, visit Golfbreaks.com.


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