Custom Golf Holidays/Tours
With more than 35 golf courses mostly spread around the east coast, Vietnam is becoming a very popular destination for golfers in Asia. It was named “Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year” in 2012, with many courses reflecting the rich heritage and picturesque landscape of the country. Expect majestic mountain ranges in the background and numerous water features along the courses.
A country rich in wildlife and nature, South Africa has also produced one of the highest numbers of golf champions over the years. Follow the footsteps of the likes of Gary Player or Ernie Els and soak up the epic countryside while you’re enjoying your game or a glass of tasty South African wine. Some of the courses seem out of this world, nestled alongside National Parks and fairy-tale landscapes.
The mother of golf cannot be missed in any dedicated golfer’s most wanted travel destinations. The Scots started playing as far back as the 15th century, and the old course at St. Andrews still has the prestige and atmosphere of a pilgrimage site. You will find close to 600 courses to choose from, which makes it the highest course rate per head of population worldwide.
The island may only have eight courses to choose from, but Thailand is one of the most popular spots for international golfers worldwide. It’s a lot cheaper than most Asian countries, but that doesn’t mean it lacks in experience or standard. On the contrary, great hospitality, friendly people and delicious cuisine make Phuket a golfing destination worthwhile considering.
Pebble Beach, USA
The small community in California is a Mecca for golf enthusiasts. With eight golf courses, three of them world famous and ranked in the Top 50, Pebble Beach is America’s number 1 golf resort and offers luxury and comfort all around. In Pebble Beach you can play the golf of your dreams in front of a spectacular coastline and experience a truly unforgettable game.
The French territory only 3 hours away from New Zealand comprises some of the most complicated courses and holes in the Pacific. In return, New Caledonian golf courses have turned their focus to family spirit, often connecting with high quality resorts, spas and offering a range of activities for old and young off the green. So pack your family and experience the group of islands in style.
Las Vegas, USA
Vegas is one of the fastest growing golf destinations in the US. This West Coast city is mostly known for its glamorous casinos and oversized hotels and billboards. Well, the same goes for its 50 odd golf courses. If money isn’t an issue, you can have a private chauffeur escort you in a limo to the most luscious and over-the-top designed greens right in the middle of the desert. Viva Las Vegas!
Ireland is called the “green of dreams” for a reason. Where spectacular coastlines meet lush parkland, your game will be a memorable experience in every possible way. Ireland is home to some of the most successful golf legends such as Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington, and Hollywood actors such as Bill Murray call it their favourite place in the world to tee off from.
The island group in the Pacific may be small, but golf is big in Hawaii. The 70 odd courses pride themselves on excellent quality and condition and are set against a breath-taking scenery, ranging from prehistoric lava fields to mesmerising white sandy beaches. Each of the islands has its own unique features, and paired with Hawaiian hospitality you can truly get lost in time and beauty.
Bula! Its year-round tropical climate, idyllic scenery and a laid back mentality of the people make Fiji a popular holiday destination. Throw in high quality courses and luxurious resorts and you are in golf heaven. One of Fiji’s finest golfers, Vijay Singh, is a former number one world champion, and you can follow his tracks on any of the 14 courses scattered around the islands.
North Island, New Zealand
You could play a different course each day and still not see them all. With almost 400 courses New Zealand has one of the highest ratios of golf courses per capita. The most renowned ones in the North Island are Paraparaumu Beach as well as Cape Kidnappers and Kauri Cliffs, both set against a magnificent scenery of sweeping coastlines and among the World Top 50 list.
Queenstown Golf Tours
There may not be as many golf courses in the South Island, but Queenstown is New Zealand’s premier year-round golf destination. The adventure capital of the world hosts seven courses, all within a 45 minute drive from the city. Choose between luxurious resorts offering immaculate greens and simple courses set in front of majestic mountain ranges of the Remarkables.