College students aren't the only people in need of a spring break. Golfers also require great places to re-energize and rejuvenate after a long, cold, hard winter.
"Golfers are flocking to warm-weather settings and Pinehurst and Streamsong are two of the most coveted in the country," said Premier Golf President Jim Ward. "Streamsong and Pinehurst are 'bucket list' destinations and these new all-inclusive packages deliver great value, first-rate amenities and supreme customer service."
Located in central Florida, about an hour east of Tampa, Streamsong has two courses – the Red and Blue – designed by highly respected golf architecture firms Coore & Crenshaw (Bill Coore and Masters Champion Ben Crenshaw) and Renaissance Golf Design (Tom Doak). The courses have received numerous awards and accolades since opening in 2013.
Set on formerly mined land, the Streamsong courses incorporate sweeping sand dunes, ridges and vistas, and dramatic landforms, making this a truly exciting and memorable links style experience. Accommodations at Streamsong encompass a luxurious, high-impact designed 216-room lodge and amenities such as an outdoor infinity pool, fitness center, full-service spa, sporting clays, birding tours and lakefront fishing complex.
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For those who want to play on pine-scented fairways infused with history and legacy, Pinehurst Resort, nestled among the sandhills of North Carolina, is one of America's most treasured golf destinations. There are nine world-class golf courses, and enhancing the experience are Pinehurst Village – an historical area brimming with shops and pubs, a full-service spa – and a plethora of family-oriented activities.
Isn't it about time you treated yourself to a Spring Break, golf style?
To book a package, or to view all of Premier Golf's luxury packages, visit www.premiergolf.com or call 866-260-4409.
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