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Exclusive deals at De Vere this winter

12.02am 30th December 2008 - Travel

De Vere has a selection of exclusive rates for golfers to take advantage of this winter across their portfolio of stunning championship courses located all across the UK. Eleven of De Vere’s finest courses are covered within the promotion, from The Carrick course on the picturesque banks of Loch Lomond, to the Jack Nicklaus signature course at Carden Park and the immaculate Hunting Course at Slaley Hall.

The Carrick opened in 2006. The traditional Scottish heathland course incorporates two distinct nine holes, with the front nine meandering its way adjacent to Loch Lomond along the Scottish Lowlands and the back nine tackling the Scottish Highland Heath; a 4-ball tee time at this jewel in the crown within the De Vere portfolio can be had for £199.

For £99 per tee time there is the opportunity to take on the challenges offered by the stunning Hunting course at Slaley Hall, Northumberland. The return of high profile professional tournament golf in August, when the De Vere Collection PGA Seniors Championship was staged, is testament to the immaculate condition and the great test presented by the Dave Thomas design. The par 72 Hunting Course is a real treasure that is magnificently maintained, featuring rolling moorland, streams and lakes, towering trees and banks of rhododendrons.

A great winter golf deal is also on offer at Carden Park, Cheshire which boasts one of only four Jack Nicklaus signature courses in the UK. Furthermore, golfers can experience the Calverley championship course, also designed by Dave Thomas, at Oulton Hall; Yorkshire’s only 5-star hotel. The promotion is also running at other luxurious De Vere Collection properties including Mottram Hall in Cheshire, Herons’ Reach in Lancashire, Belton Woods in Lincolnshire and Dunston Hall in Norfolk.

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