Ten weeks of travel and many miles later, I am thrilled to announce several new destinations that are sure to please golfers looking for golf destinations throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Last year we entered the Ocean city, Maryland market, but I held back in announcing it until I knew our golfers would be given at least the same pricing and promotions already available. Now that we are on the same page, I am now confident and excited about our Ocean City offerings, our partners and the destination.
You will want to also take a look at the Delaware Shores destination, with high-end courses both public and private and accommodations further north to keep you more centralized. Combine our Upper Chesapeake Bay region to the north through Delaware and Maryland, and you can experience a unique Golf Trail for days of golf adventures between all of these shore and bay destinations that can rival Myrtle Beach. To check out Ocean City and the Delaware Shores, visit www.MDGolfTrips.com for additional information.
North of Lancaster is the new Reading/Lebanon region of Pennsylvania which offers several classic golf tracks and larger accommodation facilities, perfect for larger groups. It’s easy to get to the area from the PA turnpike, 422 and Route 272. Golfers can stay alone in this area as a mini destination or even combine it with nearby Hershey or Lancaster for a week’s worth of golf.
After hearing requests for several years from golfers to offer a western Pennsylvania destination, I can finally announce, “mission accomplished!” In north central Pennsylvania is the PA Wilds, another mountainous golf retreat for golfers that is easily accessible via Route I-80. If you are looking for a ‘wild wilderness’ golf experience where you getaway from the city or suburbs, this is one to check out. Just like that of the Pocono Mountains, golfers will also be challenged with uphill or blind shots, thanks to its rolling terrain. To check out the PA Wilds, visit www.PAGolfTrips.com/PAWilds for additional information.