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Golf in the Gulf in Panama City Beach

Posted by Paul Kandarian  December 2, 2011 07:42 AM

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December isn’t a great time for golf – in New England. But it is in Panama City, Florida, where the average annual temperature is 74 and the sun shines an average 320 days a year. Recognized by Golf Digest as one of America’s top golf towns, Panama City has introduced some fall-golf packages, valid through the end of this year.

Bay Point Golf Resort & Spa is offering room, 18 holes of golf at The Meadows Course and a $25 gift card for food or merchandise at Club 19 or the resort’s pro shop. For an additional $20, guests can play the only Nicklaus-designed course in northwest Florida. Rates begin at $139 a night, and for more information call 800-874-4025 or visit http://www.baypointgolf.com/baypointcc.asp?id=16&page=438

Edgewater Beach & Golf Resort has teamed with Hombre Golf Club to offer a stay-and-play package, which includes accommodation in a one-bedroom golf villa and a round of golf at the club, site of the second stage of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament. Rates start at $129 and includes
free rental of clubs, cart and range balls. For information, call 800-874-8686 or visit http://www.edgewaterbeachresort.com/

Royal American Beach Getaways and Nature Walk Golf Club are offering a “Gulf & Golf” package which includes accommodations at Boardwalk Beach Resort Hotel. Fall rates start at $79 per room, and $15 per round of golf. For information, call 800-224-4853 and use promo code “golf,” or visit http://www.boardwalkbeachresort.com/Index.aspx


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