Summer will be gone before you know it but you can still get your game in super shape in the sun.

National Club Golfer and Lady Golfer, in association with Executive Golf, are offering a Golf School trip of a lifetime in Portugal.

It’s the chance to enjoy a week of top-class coaching and golf, hosted by a Ryder Cup hero.

Phillip Price famously defeated Phil Mickelson in the Sunday singles as part of the European team which regained the famous trophy at The Belfry in 2002.

Vila Sol, in the Algarve, and the fabulous Quinta do Lago resort is the venue for an outstanding and packed five-day golfing odyssey from Friday, September 16 to Tuesday, September 20.

Collected from Faro airport, you will be transported to Palmyra Vila Sol where you will head straight into afternoon coaching sessions.

An evening welcome meal, hosted by Phillip, will prove the perfect starting point for the following three full days of golf.

You’ll take on 18 holes at Quinta do Logo on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, each day playing 9 of those with Phillip and PGA professional Craig Jones.

Phillip will hand out the prizes Phillipat a meal on Monday night before you are ferried back to Faro airport on the Tuesday for the flight home.

A very limited trip, only six places are available and prices are £2,750 per person.

This includes airport transfers, four nights’ accommodation with your own room and bathroom within a luxury townhouse at Palmyra Vila Sol.

Buggies will be available for each round at Quinta South, Quinta North and Laranjal and you will not only benefit from PGA professional coaching for the whole of the trip, but range balls and use of the practice area as well.

Flights are available from most UK airports including: Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

To book, email, call Craig on 07584 358 857 or visit

Further Vila Sol coaching weeks are being staged in October as well as February, March and April next year with prices starting from £995 per person.

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