Golf package combines golf on five world-class courses in four days for an affordable price, a true golf getaway
CELEBRATION, Fla. — Ginn Resorts has created a golf vacation for serious golfers – those with blistered hands from hitting balls from dawn to dusk.
With the introduction of the “Ginn Golf Challenge” – five rounds of Signature golf in four days on five world-class courses at two luxury resorts – Ginn Resorts may have created the most rewarding golf vacation to date. And it’s available for $630 per golfer until Dec. 31, 2007.
Ginn Resorts has established itself as a leader in luxury golf resort communities across the United States and the Caribbean. The “Ginn Golf Challenge” package includes one night’s accommodations and two rounds of golf at Ginn Hammock Beach, host of the Champions Tour’s Ginn Championship, where golfers will play both Jack Nicklaus’ Ocean Course and Tom Watson’s Conservatory Course.
Two hours southwest of Ginn Hammock Beach, the golf sojourn continues at Ginn Reunion Resort, host of the LPGA’s Ginn Open and the Golf Channel’s Big Break VII, where golfers will stay two nights and play all three world-class courses at the Central Florida resort – Watson’s independence, his first Florida design; Palmer’s Legacy; and Nicklaus’ Tradition. (Golfers can start at either resort.)
Ginn Reunion Resort is a luxury golf resort in Orlando, Fla. Aside from three Signature golf courses, the resort offers award-winning tennis, a boutique spa and a multi-acre waterpark. But when you’re here to golf, the focus is on the greens. The roll call of Watson, Palmer and Nicklaus creates one of the finest trios of great players-turned-course-architects on one property, a veritable Reunion Great Triumvirate.
Ginn Hammock Beach Resort is a world-class destination resort located an hour and a half northeast of Ginn Reunion in Palm Coast, Fla. The resort features oceanfront Signature golf on the Ocean Course, designed by Nicklaus and the Conservatory, designed by Watson. This Signature course is highlighted by waterfalls, babbling brooks and veneered field stone work. The course offers dramatic undulating greens not commonly found on Florida courses.
With two miles of spectacular beach front and the first truly oceanfront course to open in Florida in the past 70 years, Ginn Hammock Beach also offers countless amenities such as a multi-level water and swim pavilion, an indoor atrium pool, world-class spa and fitness center, fine and casual dining, and sushi and cigar bars.
Arnold Palmer once said, “The most rewarding things you do in life are often the ones that look like they cannot be done.”
And if you define “rewarding” as kicking off your shoes in the 19th hole after five rounds in four days on five of the Southeast’s best courses, well, then…