Golfing In Spain Along The Mediterranean Coast

Golf holidays in Spain are popular year round, especially in the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca regions where the weather allows for golfing even in the winter. Most resorts are located on the eastern coastline along the Mediterranean Sea and new courses continually to be built in this area. Golf resorts in Spain are a great getaway for those in need of a break from the winter weather back home. Information the courses in these regions can be found online or through a travel agent. You can find pictures of the courses, locations, maps and information on upcoming events. 

Many golf resorts also offer instruction to its guests with an onsite golf school. Professional golfers can give lessons in groups or one-on-one instruction. Naturally, group instruction is less expensive that individual lessons. You can choose whatever meets your instruction needs. Some resorts even offer instruction for children. When not working with a golf instructor, you can practice your newly learned or refreshed skills on the driving range. Most resorts also have an onsite golf shop which sell equipment and apparel. There is no need to worry if you forgot to pack something. Some also rent clubs, bags and balls which is excellent for those preferring not to bring these items from home. The club house is also a nice amenity allowing you to change and shower afterwards. Some resorts also have a sauna and food services available. 

A fairly common complaint among golfers is when other golfers play at a slow pace. There are some things you can do to avoid this and remain courteous to fellow golfers. Be ready to play when it is your turn. When it is your turn, play your shot and move to the next tee to mark your scorecard. Courtesy on the golf course is important to everyone having an enjoyable time. 

There are also other activities offered at golf resorts. When not on the course, you or your family can enjoy the pool, entertainment, shopping, restaurants, nightlife and other nearby attractions. The Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca regions are such popular vacation destinations you will have plenty to do when not golfing.

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