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Resort on Turks and Caicos picks up your clubs

Posted by guest  March 2, 2010 06:16 AM

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 If you love your golf clubs so much that you haul them along on vacation, you know what a pain that can be. Ocean Club Resorts on Turks and Caicos is lessening your load by paying for up to three days of club rentals, a savings of $180, at the nearby Provo Golf Club – the only course on the island. The club, which opened in 1992, was designed by Karl Litten and is routinely named one of the top 10 Caribbean courses.

            The Ocean Club Resorts’ offer is for stays now through April 4, booked through its US reservations office (800-457-8787, www.oceanclubresorts.com).

   Ocean Club Resorts is comprised of two properties, Ocean Club and Ocean Club West, a mile apart on Grace Bay Beach, offering a “Stay at one, play at both” option which allows use of both resorts’ amenities if you stay at either. Ocean Club is a long tee shot from the golf course.

            And if you find yourself in the sand too much at Provo Golf Club, come back to Ocean Club where the Grace Bay Beach sand won’t treat you nearly as badly.

Posted by Paul E. Kandarian, Globe correspondent

Photo of Provo Golf Club courtesy of the club

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