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Well, I've only gone and won a Golf Holiday in Spain !!!!

Was going to blather on about where but it's probably easier to read it yourselves...

https://www.glencorgolf.com/golf-mates-barmy-army-tour-2018

I entered a competition on Liam Harrisons You Tube Channel ( GolfvLogsUK ) and my name got pulled out of the hat, never played outside the county, never mind another country..

Any advice would be appreciated, not sure on how to get my clubs out there, or how the hell do I get them on the plane, no idea what I might forget lol...

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excellent well done,  I stayed at La Torre in 2011 was a ghost town after the property crash. so let us know if mar menor has a little more action. 

Get your sticks out there, never used it but ship sticks is an option rather than using the airport services direct. I think the UK service is called that, I'm sure the team here did a report on the service for UK somewhere. 

 

enjoy 

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