22 October 2016
This tour of Florida's best golf courses is the trip of a lifetime for any golfing enthusiast. You'll play on courses designed by the biggest names in the industry, including Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Arnold Palmer and Karl Litten, in breathtaking natural surroundings. Golf widows are well catered-for here too, with elegant spa facilities, excellent dining and plenty of entertainment and shopping opportunities.
Today you'll arrive at Miami International Airport and check into your hotel for the next three nights, the Trump National Doral, an oasis of luxury in sunny South Florida.
This morning you'll tee off at one of the Doral's five courses. Check out the legendary Blue Monster, whose 18th hole, with its signature fountain, is considered one of the top 100 holes in the world, or head to the Jim McLean Golf School to hone your skills. Afterwards, you can relax in the European-inspired spa or enjoy the delicious cuisine at one of the five excellent restaurants.
Today you'll have the chance to play on any of the remaining four courses, which are designed to cater for golfers of all standards. This evening, you can enjoy the dining and entertainment at the nearby multi-recreational Dolphin Mall.
This morning you'll travel north to affluent Palm Beach for a two-night stay at the legendary PGA National Resort and Spa. Host of the Honda Classic, the PGA National has a distinguished history of tournament play.
This morning you'll have the chance to test your skills on one of the five spectacular courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, George Fazio and Karl Litten.
Today you'll continue north to Orlando for three nights at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lake Resort. Here you can enjoy some pampering in the spa, as well as championship rounds on the golf course.
Today you'll experience the challenging 18-hole Greg Norman Signature Golf Course. In designing the course, Norman and his team were careful to preserve the ecosystem of ponds, wetlands, oaks and cypress heads to create this breathtakingly beautiful course.
Today you can relax at your resort and make the most of the spa or spend more time at the Greg Norman Signature Golf Course. You may also like to play at the Marriott Grande Pines Golf Club, where renowned golf-course architect Steve Smyers has designed one of Central Florida's most dynamic new courses.
Today you'll drive on to Naples, for a two-night stay at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort Naples, North America's premier golf setting, with two Greg Norman-designed courses. As if that wasn't enough, Naples is home to more than 100 courses, earning it the nickname Golf Capital of the World.
A day of unforgettable golf, as you enjoy 36 holes of championship golf in a serene, natural setting designed by the legendary Greg Norman. The two courses are marked using stacked earth wall bunkers, coquina sand and no rough. Tiburon Gold is sophisticated and challenging, while Tiburon Black, although longer, is the more forgiving of the two.
Today you'll enjoy a final morning at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort, with time for a last quick round of golf, before heading to the airport for your flight back to Miami, where you'll catch your international flight back home having experienced a memorable golfing holiday playing at some of America's best courses.
Deluxe fr £1485pp
Rates based on twinshare
International flights not included unless otherwise stated