Thailand (Hua Hin, Pattaya)
1st July – 14th July 2020 (13 nights / 14 days)
Thailand is a beautiful country and offers a diverse range of great golf courses designed by famous course architects such as Nicklaus, Norman and Faldo. There is so much to do outside golf you will be spoiled for choice. From visiting the amazing temples and shrines, to the local night markets and street stalls selling everything imaginable.
19th July – 1st August 2020 (13 nights / 14 days)
Visiting Coolangatta is a mix of challenging golf courses, stunning beaches, an abundance of cafes/restaurants and is renowned for its casual beach-side culture, Coolangatta makes for the ultimate in relaxation and an enjoyable golfing holiday.
Vietnam (Da Nang – Ho Chi Min City)
1st Aug – 14th Aug 2020 (13 nights / 14 days)
Vietnam has become 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.
30th August – 12th Sept 2020 (13 nights / 14 days)
It’s hard not to love a Mooloolaba holiday. Step out of your accommodation and onto the pure white sand of Mooloolaba Beach or walk/cycle up the road to Mooloolaba Spit for calm, sheltered swimming and excellent seafood cafes. Did we mention the golf is truly world class!
Melbourne (Mornington Peninsula)
1st Nov – 14th Nov 2020 (13 nights / 14 days)
Seaside towns meet superb golf courses, local wineries and impressive restaurants on Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula.
20th Nov – 29th Nov 2020 (9 nights / 10 days)
Queenstown golf holidays are always a hit with travellers. People cherish this small-but-mighty New Zealand resort town because of its diverse experiences, scenic wonders, and incredible vibes. Queenstown is regularly rated as one of the friendliest cities in the world. Conde Nast magazine continues to rank it among the top 10, and with very good reason too.