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Golf Holidays to Suit You To a Tee: Europe’s Best Golf Courses

Since it’s Ryder Cup time and the world’s gone golf mad, we thought it might be a nice time to take a look at some of the incredible golf courses around Europe, all just a short flight away. There are thousands upon thousands of courses all over this lovely continent and loads of them more than […] The post Golf Holidays to Suit You To a Tee: Europe’s Best Golf Courses appeared first on Into the Blue | Ryanair Travel Blog.
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