We’ve teamed up with our friends at Macdonald Hotels & Resorts to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a one-night golf break worth over £250.

This cracking prize includes dinner, bed and breakfast, an overnight stay and two rounds of golf for two people at any Macdonald golf venue. 

With six championship golf courses and five luxury hotels, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to trying something new for your next golf break. With world-class retreats in the Scottish Highlands, Scottish Borders, Northumberland, Shropshire and Cheshire, find an exceptional experience for players of all abilities.

So, from Portal Golf & Spa Resorts’ Portal Hotel Championship Golf Course to Spey Valley Championship Golf Course, the only distractions will be the stunning scenery and choosing where to head. 

With over 30 years’ experience in providing fantastic golf trips, the professional teams will be on hand to lend their expert advice and ensure you have a truly memorable golf break. 

HOW TO WIN 

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question correctly… 

How many championship golf courses do Macdonald Hotels offer? 

A: Five
B: Six
C: Seven 

COMPLETE THIS FORM TO ENTER

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

All entries must be received online no later than March 6, 2024. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date. The editor’s decision is final. Prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Competition is only open to UK residents. Prize cannot be sold or exchanged for financial gain. By entering this competition, you agree to share your data with our supporting partners. Subject to availability. Monday – Thursday arrival only. See our Facebook page for winners’ details: facebook.com/bunkeredonline

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