Spain Golf – Seductive Costa del Sol

Finca Cortesin Golf Course. Seductive Costa del Sol

Seductive Costa del Sol

Think about golf holidays and Costa del Sol will come to mind!
 Costa del Sol is world-famous golf destination with more than 70 amazing golf courses spread along the coast offering a great variety to all golfers.
  Sun, Fun and Paella.

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Spain Golf Holidays – Veni, Vidi & Recommend

Double Tree by Hilton Islantilla Beach Golf Resort Hotel

Veni, Vidi & Recommend

Tee Times Golf Agency went and experienced the amazing Hotels and Golf Courses in Huelva, Seville and Cádiz regions. Nothing better than a proposal with knowledge from our experienced team.
  Airports nearby: Faro, Seville and Jerez de La Frontera.

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“Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden”? That’s not what golf means

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“Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden”? That’s not what golf means

It all began in Scotland, where we can discover the first modern reference to golf, in 1457.

Golf and football were also outlawed by the local administration that year because they interfered with military training.

From 1500 onwards, the sport was re-legalized, attracting a considerable portion of the populace.

In terms of its name, while many believe it means “Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden,” this is not the case.

Golf is derived from the Dutch word “kolf” or “kolve,” which meant “club” in medieval times.

Historians believe it landed in Scotland, where it was converted into “golve,” “gowl,” or “gouf” by the ancient local dialect. Then it moved on to golf.