It’s 17,000 kilometres from Sydney and Melbourne, but even that much distance can’t dull the magnetic pull of The Old Course on anyone who calls themselves a golfer. So if you’re travelling half a world away to visit St Andrews, here’s how to make the most of it.Read more
Here are a couple of very unique golf trips that may appeal to some of you that combine golf and English Premier League football, or horse racing.
Stuart Catterson at The Golf Touring Company has passed some info about these very unique golf trips they’re offering.Read more
Flying with golf clubs has probably never been more annoying.
Most Australian airlines are now not only charging fees for extra baggage including golf clubs, but adding an extra oversize baggage fee on top of it.
Depending on who you travel with, flying on Australian domestic airlines with golf clubs can easily set you back $70-$80 on top of the regular fare; not to mention the potential for damaged or lost clubs, and the hassle of lugging your clubs to-and-from the airport.Read more
Japan is opening up its doors to golfing tourists, and it’s a wonderfully unique place to go and play golf.
I only knew a few things about Hokkaido before flying in as a guest of Hokkaido Golf Tourism Association and with AYM Golf Tours to see what the region could offer Australian golfers.Read more
We were lucky enough to recently spend five days in Hokkaido to check out what this part of Japan can offer the golf loving Australian traveler.
At the invitation of Hokkaido Golf Tourism, and alongside Australia’s AYM Golf Tours, I recently traveled to Hokkaido – Japan’s most northern prefecture and second largest island.Read more
Sheri Yu is managing director of AYM Golf Tours, arranges two escorted tours to Hokkaido Japan in July and again in September 2019.
AYM Golf Tour’s luxury escorted golf tour from July 3 to 11, golfers will play at Kawana (ranked 48th in the world a number two in Japan) plus a number of other top quality courses in Hokkaido.Read more
We’ve teamed up with the crew at AYM Golf to offer Australian golfers a wonderful golf travel experience in Japan.
Hokkaido is the northernmost of Japan’s main islands and while it’s most well-known for its great skiing, it is also home to over 170 golf courses.Read more
On the road to The Masters we’re playing a set of some of the finest public courses in the USA.
We’re heading to watch The Masters at Augusta on the weekend and we decided to play some golf along the way. We’d heard a bit about the Robert Trent Jones Trail (RTJ Trail), 26 golf courses built across 11 locations in Alabama – all designed by Robert Trent Jones and all open to the public to play.Read more