Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Swinging and Singing in November

If you live anywhere up north, you know that November’s frigid weather makes it too chilly for a round of golf. The freezing temperatures will surely keep even the biggest golf fanatics off the course. If you’re ready to break out your golf clubs, it’s time to book a getaway to the Alabama Gulf Coast.

November will definitely be the ideal time for your golf trip to Gulf Shores Orange Beach. When you arrive, you’ll find milder temperatures that will be perfect for that much needed day on the greens.
Your days will be filled with golf on any one of our seven signature courses, while your nights could be filled with live music along the Gulf Coast.

 The 30thAnnual Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival is scheduled for November 6th -16th. Multiple venues in the area will play host to live music from songwriters performing their original songs. The songwriters will include both Grammy Award winners and the future stars of tomorrow. The festival will take place in multiple venues located in Perdido Key and Pensacola, Florida, as well as Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama.

To plan your vacation, go to the Gulf Shores Golf Association’s website for a customized quote on a golf package that will suit your wants and needs. You can then book your tee times and accommodations together. 

Monday, October 6, 2014

Swing Down South This Winter

While some golfers tend to plan their golf getaways during the warmer months of the year, those that frequent the Alabama Gulf Coast know that you can play your favorite sport all year long. Although the days may be shorter during the winter, the milder temperatures will mean more time on the green for those golfers that can’t stand the sweltering heat during those dog days of summer.

Instead of dreaming about playing while there’s snow on the ground, make a round of golf a reality by swinging down south for a golf getaway. The bitter cold will be a distant memory as you step out on one of the seven signature courses on the Alabama Gulf Coast. The harsh winds will be replaced by gulf breezes.

There are other advantages to taking a trip during cooler months. Since it’s off season, you’ll have a front row seat to the waves of the Gulf of Mexico when you’re not hitting some balls on the course. Without the crowds, another perk is getting a table right away at your favorite post-game seafood dive with your buddies.