Florida

From Miami in the South to Jacksonville in the north, from Orlando in the centre and Naples and St Petersburg on the west coast, there’s arguably no other destination in the world that has invested more in creating a fantastic golf environment.
Tee-times in the USA can be fantastic value and we’ve got a choice of condominiums and hotels to suit every taste and budget.  Eating out and the overall level of service and detail is acknowledged to be among the most respected around the world.

Florida Golf Breaks

And the size of Florida means you can choose the style and weather you want pretty much throughout the year.  Go golf crazy, party 24/7, take in the coastal sights or or National Parks and wetlands, take your family to Disneyworld or relax  - we’ve got destinations perfect for everything with our Florida Golf Holidays.
Flights are aplenty and keenly-priced, our hire cars are inexpensive to say the least and the Dollar/Sterling rate and our resort prices help make your Pounds go further.
Many of our hotels and golf courses are featured in our “Book Online” programme so you can build your own holiday or speak to our USA experts and get your Florida Golf Breaks started.

Florida now hosts over 200 food festivals a year and is a front-runner in the “farm to fork” movement. So it’s not just the weather and the golf to attract, you can eat well too. The Miami Culinary Tour features food from Columbia to Cuba to Italy and our favourite eateries in Miami at River Seafood & Oyster Bar and Porcao Farm.
Miami offers a great choice of hotels – from high-end products like the Mandarin Oriental and Four Seasons to the more intimate Fontainebleau Miami Beach. The Savoy and The Hotel of South Beach boast Miami’s already strong Art-Deco credentials. If you’re looking for a lively atmosphere, try the W and Viceroy.
West Palm Beach features the absolutely iconic The Breakers Palm Beach with its 130 year old history, golf courses, ideal beach location and class and the PGA National Resort & Spa offers us a smashing package deal. 
Orlando offers more hotels than golf courses and that’s saying something. From basic stop-offs to some of the most imaginative hotels in the world, the competition is stiff so the prices and service are very welcoming. Food wise, Enzo’s on the Lake is great fun and the Chef’s Table at Edgewater Hotel is a gourmet treat.
Fort Lauderdale standout hotels include the W, the Ritz Carlton and the Westin. Food wise, you can’t go wrong with Grill 401 and Blue Moon on Las Olas Boulevard. And you’re never far from the coast at Fort Lauderdale so leave time to try a catamaran cruise on the Intracoastal Waterway.