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Nothing quite captivates the nation like a major football tournament, whether it’s the back-window car flags, St George’s Cross squatter paint or drunken renditions of our national anthem; everybody seems to get involved.

So this year, we thought we would join in and combine the excitement with a endangerment to get a self-ruling golf holiday…

To gloat this year’s event, we are running a promotion which will send golfers on FREE GOLF HOLIDAYS. In short, if you typesetting a golf holiday to any destination surpassing the tournament begins, and the country of your destination is victorious, everyone who has booked to that country will get their money when in future credit.

For tips on how to requite yourself the weightier endangerment of winning a self-ruling golf holiday, stick virtually and read on.


About the World Cup

I’m sure there are plenty of football fans reading this who don’t need to know how the World Cup works, if you are one of these people, click here. If not, take a squint at this very unenduring summary of the tournament and then you’ll be good to one-liner on with some winning tips.


Where is the World Cup?

The World Cup is stuff hosted by Qatar for the first time in the tournament’s history.


When is the World Cup?

The World Cup kicks off on November 20th 2022


How does the World Cup work?

The World Cup is a relatively simple format but can be made complicated the increasingly you delve into it, expressly when you start predicting potential routes to the final.

However, with a self-ruling golf holiday at stake, why wouldn’t you pull out all the stops to make sure you requite yourself the weightier possible chance?

  • The tournament will start with the 32 countries, split into eight groups of four.
  • Each country will play the other three in their group once.
  • Once that’s washed-up with, the top two teams from each group will progress.
  • Then there are three rounds of knockout stages surpassing the final

So that, in a nutshell, is what to expect over the next few weeks and now you know what’s happening, use it to help you win a golf holiday for nothing!


How to segregate your next Golf Holiday destination

Many people will tell you who to when for the World Cup – you’ll have your patriotic neighbour convinced that football is finally coming home, the purist who backs Spain to pass their way to glory and the fantasist who reckons the USA can shock the world and make history.

Our advice, don’t listen to them…instead, take ours!

Here are some spanking-new ways to make an educated visualization on who to when for the World Cup, including some inspiration from some of the world’s weightier golfing destinations.

Look at the odds

As a golfer, this promotion is all well-nigh finding the wastefulness between who you believe will win the World Cup and deciding where you unquestionably want to typesetting a golf holiday to.

So first things first, take a squint at the odds; who are the favourites? who are outsiders? Use the bookies knowledge as a foundation to build yours and it will help narrow lanugo your options.

By all ways you can when Qatar, but 1000/1 tells you all you need to know as to their chances…

Route to glory

With a bit of research and some vital predictions, you can map out any one team’s route to World Cup glory. I mentioned older how two teams whop from each group, but what I didn’t mention is how the winner of each group will squatter the runner-up of another.

For example:

Group H consists of Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay and Korea Republic. It is highly expected that Portugal will progress from this group. However, the runner-up in this group will squatter the winner of Group G, which could well be Brazil, something to think well-nigh if things don’t go Portugal’s way.


Where to go on a golf holiday?

At this stage I’d expect you maybe have a handful of countries you believe will make the latter stages of the tournament and the only way to split them is to now consider their golfing pedigree.

I’m going to take a guess and say you have the pursuit countries in mind:

World Cup Flags of Spain, England, France & Portugal

So, let’s take a squint at my featured venue from each of these countries and hopefully you will have a largest idea of where you want to go without some inspiration.


Will Spain be victorious?


A good nomination and a country that will no doubt be in consideration by all golfers taking part in our promotion; Spain won the World Cup in 2010 and increasingly importantly, is home to some of Europe’s greatest golf courses.

Other than PGA Catalunya and a select few more, the majority of Spain’s golfing catalogue resides in Andalucia, a southern region which is littered with championship golf courses and resorts.

A featured undertow for Spain is La Reserva, a trappy parkland layout set in the renowned Sotogrande region of Andalucia. Since opening in 2003 La Reserva has catapulted itself to the top of Spain’s weightier golf courses with stunning unshut fairways, immaculate, complicated greens and superstitious views of the rimming Mediterranean Sea and Sotogrande mountains.

The undertow is neighbours with the renowned Valderrama which hosted the 1997 Ryder Cup and is an yearly stop on the European Tour. However despite the immense championship pedigree of Valderrama, La Reserva definitely gives it a run for its money and will no doubt full-length with a tour event soon.





Although don’t finger you have to segregate between these two magnificent golf courses, we have some sunny packages which see you taking to the fairways of both and experiencing the weightier of golf in Spain. If you want to get a finger for what La Reserva is like, trammels out this prune from our #Greatest18 Tour of Andalucia:


Think England will win?


England certainly aren’t favourites to lift the World Cup but as a country we have to have hope; this year with a young, fearless squad, who knows how far we can go?

The unconfined thing well-nigh booking a golf unravel in England for this mega promotion is that you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to play some incredible courses, which would certainly soften the wrack-up of an early exit.

One undertow which epitomises the standard of golf England can offer, as well as stuff affordable is The Belfry.


With The Brabazon Undertow attracting golf fans from virtually the world, the PGA National & Derby Undertow complementing it perfectly as well as resort walk-up and facilities of the highest standard, The Belfry is without doubt one of the best UK Golf Breaks you can go on.

The Brabazon Undertow is the main witchery having hosted four Ryder Cups and featuring several iconic holes, none increasingly than the 10th (above) – a driveable par-4 which was made famous by legend Seve Ballesteros in the 1997 Ryder Cup. Your round on The Brabazon will end on the famous 18th as you play up towards the incredible hotel, but just make sure you hit the right green….


Can France requirement a third title?


France were runners up in the Euro Championships in 2016 and won the World Cup two years later – they’re devastating attacking frontline justifies their place at the top of the odds tables.

Northern France is packed with mannerly towns where sunny resorts and courses reside, but you’d be nonflexible pushed to find a largest package than this one…

Travelling by Eurotunnel, you’ll throne to the famous Le Manoir Hotel where you’ll stay for two nights surpassing taking on three rounds of golf at the sunny Golf D’Hardelot & Le Touquet Golf.

Le Manoir is simply perfect for travelling golfers, offering traditional accommodation, fantastic facilities and just a short journey to the two venues. Golf D’Hardelot boasts Les Pins and Les Dunes, two vastly variegated but equally as trappy courses while Le Touquet’s La Mer Undertow offers a sunny links test and has previously hosted the French Unshut (six times).

Back France for the World Cup and plane if they don’t make it, you’ll just be happy you have single-minded to what is an unbelievable golfing experience.





Can Portugal finally get a World Cup win?


After winning the Euro’s superiority of France in 2016, Portugal go into the World Cup with conviction and with Cristiano Ronaldo in the team, anything is possible.

The Algarve is potentially the most renowned golfing region in Europe, home to so many championship courses, purpose built resorts and a popping nightlife. Vale Do Lobo‘s par-3 16th on the Royal Undertow has wilt the unofficial unexplored squatter of the region.

The unrenowned 200 yard par-3 is a scenic hole, neighbouring the southern coastline of Portugal and can requite you some wobbly knees on the first tee. However it would be an injustice to simply talk well-nigh one slum on a single undertow at Vale Do Lobo.

In wing to the dramatic Royal Course, the Ocean Undertow is flipside memorable test then playing right up to the shoreline while the hotel has everything a visiting golfer could wish for including 15 restaurants.

Just 20 minutes from Faro Airport and tropical to the bustling nightlife of Villamoura, Vale Do Lobo is a unconfined nomination to visit year without year so who knows your next golf holiday there might just be FREE.





Who are you backing?

So hopefully by now you have a largest idea of who to when for World Cup glory and where you’re going to typesetting your golf holiday. Don’t forget to read our terms and conditions and scan our region pages for plane increasingly venues which you can be visiting for free.

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