Golf is the most fun you can have without taking your clothes off! Or is it? Travelling to places to play golf you want to know that the course you are going to is up to scratch. As a golfer myself I love playing a round or two when I am travelling. Who knows when you will be back to play this course again so you want to know it will leave you with a great memory. (Maybe not of your game, but definitely the course and its surrounds)
Scotland has to be up there as an amazing place to visit and play golf. If you are a golfer you can’t visit Scotland and not go for a round at the home of golf. A Golf Tour around Scotland could include St Andrews’ Old Course in St. Andrews, Royal Dornoch in the Highlands, Gleneagles’ King’s Course in Perthshire and Nairn’s Championship Course in Nairn. Combine your golf with touring around Scotland to experience the history and culture that is Scotland. Places to visit include Inverness, Isle of Skye, Edinburgh with it’s famous Edinburgh Castle, Loch Lomond and the Orkneys.
Hawaii has so much to offer and that includes golf courses. The weather is good all year round and you can find a golf course on each of the islands. The most popular being Turtle Bay Resort’s Palmer Course on the North Shore of Oahu, the Nanea Golf Club and the Hualalai Golf Course in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island. Poipu Bay Golf Course and Makai Golf Club at Princeville on Kauai are popular courses to play. Why not look at visiting several islands during your visit to Hawaii and enjoying both the beautiful Hawaiian scenery and the magnificent golf courses.
New Zealand is the home to some of the most picturesque courses in the world. Cape Kidnappers and Kauri Cliffs are two of the most majestic courses in New Zealand. Both the North and South Islands have courses to challenge and excite you. Jacks Point and Millbrook Golf Resort in Queenstown in the South Island look out over the Coronet Peak and the Remarkables for a golf game to remember. Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch is the home of the NZPGA Championship and the NZ Womens Open. Terrace Downs in the foothills of the Southern Alps has a layout with the most breathtaking views. Combine your golf trip with the culture and beauty of New Zealand for an unforgettable holiday.
California has some of the USA’s best golf courses and with its weather being pristine all year round it’s understandable. Pebble Beach Golf Links and Cypress Point Club in Pebble Beach are a must along with Torrey Pines’ South Course in San Diego. And don’t forget about CordeValle Golf Club in San Martin and TPC Stadium Course at PGA West in La Quinta. Experience the beauty and wonder of San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego on your California Golf Adventure.
Australia is the home to many top courses including Barnbougle in Tasmania, Moonah Links and The Sands in Victoria. The Murray River is home to many top courses including Murray Downs Resort, Yarrawonga Mulwala Resort and BlackBull Golf Club. King Island’s Cape Wickham and Ocean Dunes are two amazing courses on this small Tasmanian island in Bass Strait. Heading up the NSW Coast put Bonville Golf Resort on your holiday agenda and make a weekend of exploring the Coffs Coast complete with a round of golf. Take the long way to Western Australia and play on the World’s Longest Golf Course across the Nullarbor before playing at Kalgoorlie Golf Course and Joondalup Resort Golf Club and Lake Karrinyup Golf Club in Perth. And don’t forget beautiful Norfolk Island.
If you are looking to plan a Golf Holiday for you and your family or friends, whether it be to these amazing courses or others you may have heard about, please give me a call or contact me to arrange it. Make sure it’s more than just a Golf Holiday, make it one you will remember for a lifetime.