Why you should consider going on a golf holiday

I know what you’re thinking; golf is for elder people or sport pro’s. I thought the same until I actually tried it out - only to realize that playing golf isn’t only about tactics and a keen eye; it’s both fun and soothing for the mind. 

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Scotland, Portugal and Italy are some of Europe’s most sought after golf destinations and it’s no wonder why. The lush green nature and bright sunny days make for the perfect golf venues, and you don’t even have to be a pro golfer to enjoy it!

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With active holidays being one of this years biggest travel trends, golfing deserves a mention as a sport most people can join if they like walking and being in nature. The technique comes as you go and when you advance your style - suddenly you’re thrilled to score an “eagle” or an “albatross” (golfers know what I mean!)

Golf isn’t a new invention, in fact records have been found from the 13th century, where a game very similar to golf was played in Holland. Still, it’s generally believed that modern golf was invented in Scotland in the Middle Ages. It wasn’t until the late 19th century though, that the sport gained international popularity. And the rest is history.

Perhaps you know someone who’s playing golf on a regular basis? Or maybe you’d like to get started yourself? No matter what, Embarking on a holiday with golf as the main activity, is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy life’s simple pleasures. There are so many beautiful golf destinations worldwide to choose from today and you can go all in with the equipment if you wish to look like a pro 😉 Billigt golfudstyr such as golfsæt (cheap yet high quality golf equipment) can be found online, e.g. at Golfexperten.dk, where you can also gather inspiration for trips (golfrejser).

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