August 22, 2017
|How You Can Help the Gulf Coast|
The Gulf Shores Golf Association has a message for those wondering how to help the Gulf Coast: come down and play some golf.
With the threat of oil looming along the Gulf Coast, many would-be vacationers are canceling their reservations and opting to stay home or visit elsewhere, fearing their beach vacations will be ruined if they visit the area.
But despite the environmental threat to the coastline, conditions are not hazardous, and restaurants and other entertainment spots are unaffected and open for business, including golf courses. Tourists who visit the Alabama Gulf Coast can choose from a variety of signature golf courses and accommodation, and have the option of creating customized golf vacation packages.
The oil will not impact the golf courses in any way, and though swim advisories are in place, the beaches are still open and still beautiful.
Now more than ever, the Gulf Coast needs the support of its visitors, and tourists can help by keeping their reservations (or making new reservations), playing golf, and enjoying all that the Gulf Coast has to offer.
About the Gulf Shores Golf Association
Founded in 1995, the Gulf Shores Golf Association is dedicated to promoting Alabama's Gulf Coast as a golf vacation destination that combines 9 signature golf courses with a broad array of lodging options including everything from resort-style & "national chain" hotels, to well appointed "on-site" golf condominiums, to luxury beach-front homes & condos.
The 9 signature golf courses, designed by greats such as Arnold Palmer and Jerry Pate, are all conveniently located within easy driving range of the accommodations. The association features customized stay & play golf packages.
For detailed information on the GSGA, the area's golf courses and the golf packages offered by local accommodations, call (888) 815-1902 or visit www.golfgulfshores.com.
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