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Golfers can take advantage of the 17 hours of sunlight in Denmark this summer to cram in as much golf as they can. What's more, at most Danish
courses, visitors pay a one-off green fee and can play as often as they wish that day with prices starting from as little as 19!

Light enough to tee-off at 5am, golfers can even start as late as 7pm and still enjoy the sunset at the 19th. The food is also excellent at many clubs and the odd drop of Akvavit with herring has even been known to lower scores!

The Golf Travel Club is offering a variety of two night breaks to Denmark this summer ranging from West Jutland to North Sealand. The quality of golf courses on offer is impressive - from Silkebourg (where Ryder Cup star Thomas Bjorn learned to play) to Simon's (which held an invitational tournament in which Tiger Woods played).

With an average annual rainfall significantly below that of Britain, Denmark also boasts warm weather during the summer months - ideal for golf and those
golfing suntans! In addition, several of Denmark's top golf clubs such as Fureso close to Copenhagen, plus Vejle in Jutland boast 27 championship holes which enable the golf tourist to 'mix and match' as many holes as they wish during the day.

An example package staying at the four star Louisiana Hotel in Silkebourg, West Jutland is priced at 279 per person based on two sharing for two nights on a bed and breakfast basis. This includes return scheduled flights with Maersk Air from London Gatwick to Billund in the heart of Jutland and car hire. Golf is extra and costs from 19 per day.

For bookings and details of other golfing packages to Denmark, call The Golf
Travel Club on FREEPHONE - 0800 018 6100

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