Sandals Emerald Bay entices golf enthusiasts

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October 04, 2011

Avid golfers will delight in Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas' exclusive new unlimited golf promotion, available for guests staying in a Butler room category for a minimum four-night stay. Qualified bookings will receive free unlimited rounds of golf at the Greg Norman-designed Sandals Emerald Reef Golf Club from now through October 27, 2011, for travel through October 31, 2012.
Guests will experience the recently renovated 7,001 yard, par-72 Greg Norman Championship Golf Course, which includes a new state of the art irrigation system, reshaped and edged bunkers, new bunker drainage, major landscaping improvements and new maintenance equipment to ensure that the course is in pristine condition.
The oceanside course continues to impress even the most esteemed players with stunning seaside views, environmentally-friendly facets and lush vegetation. Before or after hitting the links, players can venture into the Shark Shack, the club's new casual golf lounge featuring drinks, games and an outdoor deck.

In order to participate in this promotion, a tee time is mandatory and based on availability, and must be booked at the Golf Shop between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. This promotion is available per person, per room and is non-transferable between persons in the room or to other guests. Use of golf carts and clubs are available at additional costs.
Recently celebrating its one year anniversary, the Sandals Emerald Reef Golf Club is a part of the luxurious Sandals Emerald Bay, set on a mile-stretch of white sand beach in Great Exuma, Bahamas. In addition to the exclusive golf promotion, guests will experience all that embodies a Luxury Included® Vacation including fine dining options at seven restaurants, premium brand wines and spirits such as wines by Beringer Vineyards and El Dorado Rum, endless land and watersports including scuba diving for certified divers, nightly entertainment, airport transfers and all resort taxes and fees.

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News date : 10/04/2011    Category : Sports, Nassau Guardian Stories

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