Australia’s LuxGolf are taking high-end golf travel to a whole new level.
Australia has no shortage of great golf courses and thanks to some recent high-profile tournaments, world golf rankings and the success of Adam Scott, more international guests are making their way to our shores to check out the courses themselves.
Up until now, the international golf tourism market has been largely ignored – especially the high-end travellers. But a new touring company is changing all that with a seriously top-notch golf experience.
LuxGolf Australia has begun to provide a unique way for international golfers to experience Sydney’s best and most exclusive golf courses by offering them a luxury experience that is almost unmatched in world golf travel.
A Porsche Cayenne transports you to-and-from the office or hotel to the golf course. Limited edition Callaway’s Legacy Collection clubs are in the back and all the extras you’ll need will be on the seat next to you – golf balls, tees, glove, towel, pencil. As far as I can tell, there isn’t anything for you to remember to bring except your golf game.
AussieGolfer had a chat to Travis Bruinsma, the brains behind LuxGolf, and he’s confident the service will be like no other golf touring company in Australia, if not the world.
“What LuxGolf is doing in the Sydney golf industry is quite revolutionary in regards to the access and service levels that we provide.” Bruinsma said.
“How we differentiate our service from any other in the marketplace is excitedly apparent from the time our LuxGolf Porsches pick you up even before you unsheathe your driver on the first teebox of our magnificent portfolio of prestigious courses.”
And it’s not just for the international guests either.
Local and interstate golfers are more than welcome to enjoy this luxury experience – probably worth considering for birthdays, impressing business colleagues or a great way to play that exclusive, bucket list golf course you’ve been dying to play for years.
“Our goal is to not provide a tee time, our goal is to create the most unforgettable golf experiences of your life.” Bruinsma added.
By the looks of it, this experience could more than make up for a bad day on the golf course. International golfers visiting our shores will be suitably impressed and no doubt luring many more to Australian shores.