International and Domestic Golf Tours we Offer

    Low Country, Georgia, South Carolina Golf, Plantations, Music and Southern Hospitality (Open dates)
    Arranged at any time of the year, you can select a few days or a week or two in the 'Low Country' for golf on some of the best Georgia and South Carolina coastal golf
    courses along with a variety of musical entertainment and other activities in the historic cities of Savannah, Beaufort and Charleston. Enjoy southern culture at your
    own pace.

    Fairways and Fjords, New Zealand
    Touring and playing New Zealand's dramatic and remote seascape golf courses is indeed a journey through 'Lord of The Rings' country. Jet boat white-water raging
    rivers, fly over glaciers, river boat cruises, sheep trials, bungee jumping and fishing for super-sized trout are extra attractions. Enjoy pure the air and tasty wines of
    New Zealand.

    Golf and Gourmet, France
    This tour begins with three days in the rich vineyards of Bordeaux at a renowned spa with a Michelin star restaurant. Golf on neighboring Medoc links and then travel
    south to Biarritz for four days at the famous Hotel Du Palais, former home of Napoleon III and Empress Eugenia. Fine wines, gourmet food and challenging links are
    brought together for a special golf experience. Vive la France!

    North Dakota Golf Links
    A truly western golf experience getting to know three of North Dakota's best courses, Bully Pulpit, The Links of North Dakota and Hawktree Golf Course. The dramatic
    Badlands, prairie scenery, magnificent sunsets, the Great Missouri River, western hospitality and entertainment are highlights of a truly historic, cowboy golf adventure.

    South of England's Remarkable Heath-land Links
    This golf adventure is to part of England that is often overlooked by the enthusiastic golfing tourist. West Sussex, Hampshire and Dorset counties have some of the
    best heath-land courses in the UK many designed in the late eighteen hundreds by the great golf champions of that time, James Braid, Harold Hilton and Harry Colt.
    Their courses built in forests and moors abound with heater and gorse and are noted for their beauty. The quaint English countryside offers sightseeing opportunities
    to fill time between golf.

    Dublin's Great Links and Gaelic Nightlife, Ireland
    A busy five-day visit to Europe's most popular destination for sports, theatre and nightlife starting with lodging at the legendary Shelbourne Hotel, long the gathering
    place of Ireland's literary giants. There's plenty to do between pub nights on the town, theatre, horse racing, golf on the Island Club, Portmarnock, Royal Dublin, The
    European Club and other great links in the Dublin area

    Scotland's Highlands and Islands
    This unique tour offers an opportunity to play Scottish Highland courses rarely visited by golfing tourists. Along with three of the Highland's best links, Nairn, Royal
    Dornoch and Castle Stuart, play Granton-on-Spey, Strathpeffer, Fortrose and Rosemarkie all easily reached from Inverness, capital of the Highlands, and the Royal
    Burgh of Dornoch. For a special extra, take a journey to the romantic Isle of Skye then a seas route to South Uist on the Outer Hebrides to play Askernish, a restored
    Old Tom Morris masterpiece lost for almost a century.

    Parent-Child Golf Tour St. Andrews, Scotland  
    This is an opportunity for parents and grandparents to play the famous St. Andrews links together with their children or grandchildren, boys and girls, and learn all
    about the Royal & Ancient game of golf. Scottish history and pageantry are part of the tour with visits to the ancient monuments and museums of St. Andrews and
    Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city, including attendance at the world famous Military Tattoo on the Castle Esplanade. Participants lodge at New Hall the premier
    residence at the University of St. Andrews. The tour is accompanied by David Paterson, long time Men's Varsity Golf at Yale University and PGA Member who will brush
    up your Scottish history as well as your game.

    St. Andrews Great Links, Scotland
    A week of golf in the 'Royal an Ancient' home of golf. A combination of the oldest and newest of St. Andrews courses from one luxurious base, The Fairmont St.
    Andrews Hotel and Spa. Between rounds, castles, cathedrals, palaces, fish and chips and pub pints are options on the schedule. Add a spectacular touch of British
    military and regal tradition at the world famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo on the Castle esplanade.

    Pueblo Golf and Fiesta, New Mexico
    Join a truly Native-American experience from Albuquerque to Santa Fe. Art, music, fiestas and golfing on Twin Warriors, Paa-Ko, Cochiti, Towa and Black Mesa scenic
    and challenging courses are all part Native American experience. Lodging at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya and the Hacienda at the Santa Fe Hotel offers a close look at
    our Native-American Heritage and wonderful golf on endless western, desert- mountain vistas.

    Golf and the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
    Travel down under to sunshine in Sidney, Melbourne and the Great Barrier Reef. Play at Royal Sidney, New South Wales and the Sand Belt great links, Victoria, Royal
    Melbourne, and Kingston Heath. For relief from golf, Cairns and Green Island, on the Great Barrier Reef are where white beaches offer tranquility and an underwater
    paradise on your doorstep.

    Golf and Big Game, South Africa
    This tour is a truly exotic golf adventure which offers a balance of golf and sightseeing through a vibrant, beautiful South African countryside. Play the finest courses
    around Johannesburg, Sun City, Cape Town, George and the Garden Route, finishing with three days in the wilds of Kruger National Park in a private game park in
    search of the "big five" of the animal kingdom.

    Check the above links to get more details. Complete the registration form for more information, prices, and a full color brochure, email us or call 843-987-3511

    We specialize in international golf travel for individuals, couples and small groups wishing to take exciting and unusual golf adventures. Single golfers are invited to
    join any of our scheduled tours. Some tours are escorted by David Paterson or another PGA Golf Professional who will offer free instruction and support along the way.

    Private tours without escort, based on the above itineraries, can be arranged at any time of year for individuals, couples or larger parties of eight to sixteen golfers.

    Price is subject to availability and international exchange rates at the time of booking.

    Deposit policy:  A 20%  deposit is required before booking with full payment 45 days before departure               

    Note.  See full details of our tour policies link to Golfon International Terms and Conditions

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