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Golf travel company Gastro Golf offers golfers with a passion for stunning
courses and exceptional food the opportunity to book their most
ever-golfing holiday.
The Cheshire-based independent tour operator, which is a member of IAGTO,
provides golf holidays with a
gastronomic twist
combining the opportunity
to play on some of the world’s finest golf courses, stay in luxury
accommodation, and enjoy memorable culinary and cultural experiences.
Gastro Golf began by offering tailor-made golf holidays to
popular golfing
destinations in Europe, including the Costa Brava and Andalucía in Spain; the
Algarve & Lisbon Golf Coast in Portugal, as well as other golf and
gastronomically rich regions, including Bordeaux in France,
and Tuscany and
Emilia Romagna in Italy, but it has now expanded its global
horizons with the
announcement of new addition to its portfolio
South Africa.
Blessed with superb weather, magnificent scenery
beaches, over 500 golf
courses, first class accommodation, stunning wildlife, game drives & safaris
and not least some of the finest wine estates in the world, South Africa is a
golfing and epicurean paradise.
The regions around Cape Town and the Western Cape boast some of the
s most renowned layouts, from the beautiful Durban Golf & Country
Club, which overlooks the Indian Ocean, and the stunning Arabella Country
Club, to courses located within the wine growing areas of Stellenbosch and
Paarl; while the breath-taking Links at Fancourt, and the unforgettable Gary
Player-designed courses at Sun City, host to the Nedbank Million Dollar
Challenge, can all be built into a bespoke itinerary.
In 2017 IAGTO named Western Cape as its Africa, Indian Ocean & Gulf
destination of the year at its annual awards ceremony. Gastro
Golf is delighted
to be promoting this prestigious region & entire country to
their clients
typical itinerary can be any combination of an extended go
lf experience
including luxury Rail Safari, whilst
the same time providing off-the-shelf
packages and the opportunity to participate in Open amateur and
events, each situated in truly stunning locations
Gastro Golf
s founder John Sullivan said: “Gastro Golf combines all the right
ingredients for a truly memorable golf break, including personal service, both
here in the UK and in the destination. Great locations, first class
accommodation, and the chance to relax and enjoy great golf, foo
d, wine and
traditional culture is what we are all about; simply golf tourism at its very best.
Working closely with experienced, professional
-destination suppliers for all
services we ensure that we create the very best efficiently manage
d golf
gastronomic experience possible, for both private & corporate clients
He added:
Our clients are golfers of all ages and abilities, who want to explore
the culturally-rich and diverse countries they love to play in. T
he pleasure
derived from relaxing and enjoying the best in locally produced food and wine
in a wonderful location after a great day on the course is what w
e know and
creates a real point of difference in a Gastro Golf holiday.
For more information, visit www.gastrogolf.co.uk, call 0161 612 3319, or
email enquiries@gastrogolf.co.uk

Four-time champion Tiger Woods has confirmed he will not be fit for next week’s Masters and has not put a timetable on his return.

The American, 41, winner of 14 majors, has not played since withdrawing from the Dubai Desert Classic on 3 February with ongoing back spasms.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of his first Masters win and he said: “I did about everything I could to play.”

Woods also missed the 2014 and 2016 Masters tournaments because of injury.

He won the last of his 14 major titles at the US Open in June 2008 and has since had surgery on his knee and back.

After an absence of 17 months, he returned to action in December but missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open in January after shooting rounds of 76 and 72.

“My back rehabilitation didn’t allow me the time to get tournament ready,” Woods said in a statement on his website


“I’m especially upset because it’s a special anniversary for me that’s filled with a lot of great memories.

“I have no timetable for my return, but I will continue my diligent effort to recover, and want to get back out there as soon as possible.”

Woods said he would still be at Augusta National’s clubhouse on Tuesday for the annual Champions Dinner ahead of the year’s opening major, which starts on Thursday.