1,200 FANS TO MAKE THE TRIP OF A LIFETIME TO THE RYDER CUP WITH YOUR GOLF TRAVEL

No fewer than 1,200 golf fans will take advantage of the superb packages offered by Your Golf Travel (YGT) for the 42nd Ryder Cup to be held at the end of this month at Le Golf National in Paris.

 

The Ryder Cup will be contested at Le Golf National, Paris from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th September. The USA will defend against a European side desperate to reclaim the Cup. It’s one of the hottest tickets in golf and YGT is delighted to take a record 1,200 customers to the event to enjoy a once in a lifetime golfing experience.

 

The official Ryder Cup experiences offered by YGT were snapped up by 1,200 customers, who will be staying at 39 different hotels across the Paris area. Each Your Golf Travel Ryder Cup package includes; course-entry tickets, transfers to and from the course, invitations to the two YGT Parties hosted by former European Ryder Cup winning Captains, one in Versailles hosted by Paul McGinley and one in Paris with Ian Woosnam, plus on-site concierge services and event management by a team of 10+ YGT staff.

 

“This year’s Ryder Cup is set to be a thriller with both the European and U.S sides looking incredibly strong,” said Ross Marshall CEO of Your Golf Travel. “There’s no atmosphere in golf that compares with the Ryder Cup and we are thrilled to be able to make this “bucket list” golfing experience a reality for so many YGT customers.”

 

Your Golf Travel, the largest golf travel company in the world, has been at the very forefront of the world golf travel market since its inception in 2005, during which time the company is proud to have overseen and co-ordinated bookings and tee-times for a phenomenal 1.6 million golfers, to over 3,000 destinations in 22 countries all around the world.

 

As the go-to company for tournament events across the golfing globe, YGT offers tailored packages including flights, hotels, transfers and tournament tickets for events such as the Ryder Cup, The Masters, The Open Championships, the U.S. Open, the Race to Dubai and more.

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