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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 211
For more information call 02 9428 5900, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit trendsettertravel.com.au Intimate Ship s Ocean-view Suites s Butler Service s Complimentary Wine, Champagne and Spirits s Menu Inspired by Relais & Châteaux s Included Gratuities TIMELESS TREASURES GOLFING IN ALL-INCLUSIVE LUXURY ABOARD SILVER WIND Join us on an exciting 15-day itinerary visiting Monaco, France, Spain, Portugal and United Kingdom with an opportunity to play golf at some of Europe’s most renowned courses for up to 8-10 days. Trendsetter Travel is a cruise ship and golf tour specialist. Monte Carlo to Southampton 17May–31May2017 Silver Wind, 15 days EXPERIENCE SILVER WIND Southampton Monte Carlo Saint Malo Cartagena La Coruna Barcelona Portimão Lisbon Valencia Honfleur Oporto Malaga Sanary Cádiz 87-1089 Trendsetter Travel & Cruise Golf Australia HP Sep16_v3.indd 1 3/08/2016 5:20 pm 5 STAR GOLF AND CRUISING JOURNEY All readers will have golfed but few will have experienced a golf holiday combined with a luxury cruise. There’s always a degree of interest, and some envy, when one returns from a round in some of the loveliest ports in Europe! In May 2017, Trendsetter is hosting a golf tour as part of a luxury 5 star cruise aboard Silver Wind, an intimate, all-inclusive ship with only 296 passengers. The 15-day itinerary, sailing from Monte Carlo to Southampton, includes 15 port days in France, Spain and Portugal, with long days ashore perfect for sightseeing and golf. Accordingly we’ve arranged possible golf on 10 of these days, at the best available golf courses within a comfortable driving distance. Specifically, our courses are judged to be among the leading golf courses in their region. They include Real Club de Golf El Prat in Barcelona, a recent venue for the Spanish Open, and Onyria Palmares, one of the best three courses in Portugal. Your golf has been structured at a price below what you could organise independently and is presented as a value proposition. If you consider too much golf is on offer, do not fret for you can choose as little or as much golf as fits your preference – all with an equitable price adjustment. Furthermore, if your partner is not a golfer, each port promises an array of exciting shore excursions to ensure an equally enjoyable cruise experience. It is totally acceptable should you choose to play 4 or 5 games at your preferred ports and join your partner on Silversea’s shore excursions at the remaining ports. A typical golf day includes coach transfers, a fun round followed by daily prizes and then a return to the ship, to allow free time for sightseeing. Both cart and walking golf are available, the latter beneficial in keeping at bay the inevitable weight gain from the gourmet cuisine! Camaraderie is guaranteed, as is having an instant bunch of friends to ensure you enjoy your cruise even more, be that for cocktails in the evening or sharing dinner on a particular night. The cruise starts in Monte Carlo (Monaco), a beautiful city worth a few nights stay prior – stay 3 and enjoy a complimentary helicopter transfer from Nice airport, a thrilling way to commence what will be a terrific journey. We end our cruise in Southampton, the gateway to myriad other wonderful golf courses should you wish to continue playing! For further information on the cruise, please see www.trendsettertravel.com.au/golf-tours-monaco- southampton-cruise-may-2017/ 5 STAR GOLF AND CRUISING JOURNEY 5 STAR GOLF AND CRUISING JOURNEY Trendsetter-HP-Slide.indd 1 24/08/2016 11:47:56 AM Yet he still recovered to reach the playoff and claim the win after shedding Nicholas Lindheim and Julian Etulain at the first playoff hole and Andres Gonzales one hole later. “For some reason I’m able to just let that go and focus,” he said. “Really what that does is allow me to just say ‘OK, it’s gone, it’s in the past’ and move forward.” “I don’t hold it up or build it in me. I just ease out of it. I think that’s the most important thing that I stuck with it. Eventually I got a couple to fall, one on 16, and unfortunately on 17 I three-putted. But on 18 I clutched up.” DeChambeau is on record as saying he’d like to see a change in approach among junior golfers, where too often there’s a one-size- fits-all approach to swing coaching and game development. And perhaps that’s his greatest point of difference. For him, a golfing legacy isn’t a treasure trove of major trophies and a legion of adoring fans. Instead it’s about making a lasting change to the way the game is played. DeChambeau is clearly his own man. But once he starts beating the world, that individuality could be short-lived. And that might be just what the sport needs. E
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