Get clubs delivered direct to your hotel with Blue Sky Golf Rental

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Are you tired of lugging your golf clubs with you everywhere when you go on a golf holiday? If so, why not try renting with Blue Sky Golf Rental?

The company, which operates in the Algarve and Lisbon areas of Portugal, mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, understands the hassle of bringing your own equipment, the ever-increasing airline excess baggage charges and the problem of getting all of this into a taxi or hire car to transport it to your resort.

By simply ordering online, with the choice of the latest gear from brands like TaylorMade, Callaway, PING, Titleist, Mizuno, Srixon and Wilson Staff, the company will deliver your equipment direct to your accommodation FREE of charge and also pick it up at the end of your stay.

As well as clubs, golfers can also buy balls, rent trolleys and arrange airport transfers.

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“I’ve used Blue Sky Golf Rental for three years now and I continue to be impressed,” said customer Angus Vockins. “The quality of their clubs and trolleys is excellent, they have obviously been cleaned before delivery and their level of service is exemplary.

“This year, our outward bound flight was cancelled so we had to amend the delivery time to our villa and also change the collection time; none of this was a problem to the company and it all happened on time. I would unhesitatingly recommend them.”

Blue Sky Golf Rental is also a certified member of IAGTO (International Association of Golf Tour Operators), the global trade organisation for the golf tourism industry.

For more information on the company and how to book, visit blueskygolf-rental.com or email info@blueskygolf-rental.com.

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