Special Golf Events
We all dream of playing the great challenging and legendary golf courses around the world. On these travels we also have the opportunity to be exposed to the rich history, culture, cuisine, and people of each country.
In addition to traveling to play great golf you may have had on your “bucket list” attending one of the world’s top iconic golf tournament events just as a spectator to witness the world’s elite golfers play for a championship.
We can satisfy your passion for golf as a spectator, player or a combination of both. We will design a custom golf travel package that includes the perfect balance of play, touring, or just viewing the greatest golfers vie for a championship.
All our packages to these events will be custom designed to your wants and needs and your trip will be exciting, memorable and carefree.
Your custom tour will be designed based on the level of desired lodging and transportation, the number of day tickets for practice or competition rounds, level and amount of on-site hospitality, and additional touring, lodging, transportation and golf play desired pre or post tournament.
2018 Special Golf Events
The Masters – Augusta National Golf Course; Augusta, Georgia: April 5 – April 8, 2018
There are far too many reasons to list here as to why this is the No. 1 tournament every hardcore golf fan needs to attend.
In part: the history, the course, Amen Corner, the azaleas, the pimento sandwiches, the tree outside the clubhouse. Augusta National Golf Club is golf.
You’ll never seen greens and greens complexes like the ones there. You won’t believe just how steep it is from the 10th tee to the 10th green.
Think that approach shot on 15 looks easy. Think again.
Your trip to the Masters can easily combined with visits to iconic places and unforgettable locations.
The U.S. Open – Shinnock Hills Golf Club; Southhampton, New York: June 14 – June 17, 2018
Founded in 1891, this club is one of the most historic golfing institutions in the US as it is the oldest incorporated golf club and one of the original founding five clubs of the USGA.
Recognized as one of the top courses in the world the course layout utilizes the natural hill topography and reminds you of a number of courses in the British Isles.
Previous US Opens were held here in 1986, 1995, and 2004.
We can design your custom itinerary to include other nearby famous courses or points of interest.
PGA Championship – Bellerive Country Club; St. Louis, Missouri: August 6-12, 2018
This classic storied venue, founded in 1897 occupied its’ initial location until 1955 when the membership decided to build a new course. This new Parkland test, named “The Green Monster of Ladue”, was designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones Sr. and opened in 1960. The course was redone in 2005 by Reese Jones who was careful to maintain most of the original designer’s style.
The rebuild created small targets within the dramatic contoured greens and rebuilt and moved the location of some fairway and greenside bunkers, and these changes will add to the great test this venue will be for the qualified best tour players. During its storied history Bellerive C.C. has hosted the 1965 US Open, the 1992 PGA and the 2004 Senior US Open and many other PGA events.
We can customize your itinerary to the PGA to include any other regional or US location of your choosing.
The British Open – Carnoustie Championship Course; Carnoustie, Scotland: July 16 – 22, 2018
This famous Scottish club, founded in 1842 with its’ proud and historic past, is one of the ten oldest golf clubs in the world and holds a unique position in golfing history.
The “new” clubhouse, built in 1898, has seen seven previous “Open” championships come and go.
This course, just a short drive from St, Andrews, is considered one of the toughest yet fairest of the Open venues and boasts one of the toughest closing holes.
Your travels could also be easily combined with trips to nearby England, Ireland or Wales.
Looking Ahead to Upcoming Events
We will soon finalize our travel offerings to:
The 2018 Ryder Cup, featuring competition between the best of the European and US players, will be played in Paris the “romantic City of Lights” at “Le Golf National” the home of the French Open.
We will be offering many pre and post tours to other parts of France to include Normandy, Loire, Bordeaux, Cote de Azur and Provence. This will be an excellent opportunity to see the Ryder Cup, while visiting Paris and other iconic parts of France.
The 2019 British Open – Belfast, Northern Ireland will be a milestone event played at Royal Portrush near Belfast, as the only other time it was played in Northern Ireland was in 1951.
This course is situated on the beautiful North Antrim Causeway coast on a triangle of massive sand hills, and the “Royal” name comes from the ruins of the 13th century “Dunluce” castle.
Royal Portrush is listed on everyone’s list of top golf courses in Ireland and is among the top golf courses in the world.
This will be a historic location and we can combine this visit with pre and post play on other famous Irish courses in the Dublin area or in West or Southwest Ireland. Due to growing interest we have already tied up some lodging for this tour as Belfast and the surrounding area is limited on lodging so these spots, three years in advance, are filling up fast.