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25 May 2012 08:59
Stay out of trouble on the golf course on holiday by taking out sports travel insurance
Golf fans holidaying in Florida can now hit the fairways at one of the state's best courses.
A regular host for the US Open and US Amateur qualifiers, Camp Creek Golf Course is number nine in Golfweek's prestigious state-by-state rankings and features a unique 'dunescape' framed by sand dunes and native grasses.
Jaxon Hardy, head golf professional at the course, said: ''We are proud to be included. Camp Creek has established itself as one of the best courses in Florida thanks to a remarkable layout and very dedicated staff.''
The award-winning course has a slope rating of 152 and was designed by Tom Fazio. If you fancy trying your luck there or elsewhere in the US first take out
sports travel insurance with World First and you'll be covered for more than 75 sports and activities.
Patrick Murphy, general manager of the nearby WaterColor Inn & Resort, said: ''Guests staying with us can enjoy preferred rates and play championship golf for an ideal coastal golf experience.''
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