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Amateur golf tournament weeks are a fantastic way to bring a competitive element into your next golf holiday. With a host of different tournament weeks available at top golf resorts around the world there is something to suit every taste so if you fancy yourself a dab hand when the pressure mounts then a golf tournament week is for you. Tournament weeks offer great variety when it comes to the format being played over the course of the competition. From individual strokeplay and stableford to doubles and better ball formats, there is sure to be a tournament break that appeals to your competitive side!
Although the structure of each tournament golf break is different, the majority are centred around 7 nights at a top golf resort and 4 rounds of golf on some of the best golf courses in the world. Tournament organisers will be present to ensure your break is well run and as stress free as possible for the golfers involved and in addition to the golf itself, holiday makers can expect a magnificent gala dinner in celebration of the weeks events.
All in all tournament golf breaks are an ideal way to sink your teeth into the world's best golf courses and resorts while really putting your golfing skills to the test on a new, unfamiliar course. So if you're growing tired of trudging up to your monthly medal, swindle or roll-up then why not consider a tournament golf break where you will get the chance to enjoy top class golf courses, fine weather and outstanding accommodation. Who knows...you may even meet a few new faces who you can hit the fairways with for years to come.
A selection of reviews for Amateur Competition Breaks to Turkey, Portugal and Spain