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Planning a Great Holiday with Golf Tours

Golf tours can be the perfect golf travel package when you are looking to indulge in your golf passion and to enjoy new cultural experiences. Golf vacations to far-off places immerse you in the culture as you make the most of the golf, food and culture to the entertainment and landmarks. If you’re an enthusiast golfer then how much better can it get?


Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship 19th Hole Vietnam Pullman

Goood Morning Vietnaaam!

Welcome the day with “Goood morning Vietnam” when you participate in the inaugural Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship!


Vietnam Flower Seller

DaNang Vietnam: Be seduced

Danang is a gorgeous coastal city where the beach stretches forever. Home to 3 world class golf courses, it is the quarters to the inaugural Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship to be held this September by Go Golfing. Danang also makes a great base for day trips. It is the gateway to 3 world cultural heritage sites: Hoi An ancient town, Hue imperial city, and My Son holy land.


(c) Chris McLennan

Why not escape to Fiji?

How can you not be tempted by Fiji as a golf destination? Everywhere you turn there is something to make you smile. It is an easy 4 to 5-hour flight from Australia, has some of the happiest people in the world, amazing beaches and world class golf. And everything is organised for you on this Fiji golf tour so you can just relax and soak up the local happy vibes.



China: 8 Top Golf Courses to Play

Golf is the fastest growing sport in China and scores high on the country’s ambitious tourism agenda as a golfing playground. China offers some spectacular golf courses set in the wealthy and temperate provinces amongst stunning and unique settings. These are the 8 golf courses we have selected for the enjoyment of our client golfers.



Last Chapter from the 2015 US West Swing Golf Tour

A leisurely Saturday morning taking in the sights of downtown San Diego before tackling Maderas golf course north of the city in the late afternoon.  Our first (and only) rain of the tour could not detract from the scenic beauty of this course which, like every other course on our schedule, was in pristine condition with a layout as good as any we have struck on tour.



Greetings From Palm Springs

Last sign-off had us at the Meritage Resort in the Napa Valley and preparing for a spot of fine wine tasting with our PGA Tour Pro and Sommelier Greg Anderson. Lovely way to settle into a wonderful resort followed by a sojourn into the town of Napa for R & R before tackling Eagle Vines golf course the next day. Nice picturesque course threading its way through the vineyards (no go areas – very frustrating when you can see your wayward ball amongst the vines). Luckily no fruit on the vines otherwise I think some illegal incursions may have occurred!


US West Coast Golf Tour 2015 Diaries- Chapter 1

A couple of days gone already and packed with experiences to please the senses. Our lodgings at the Fairmont Hotel are the height of opulence and steeped in history – anybody who is anybody has stayed here at some time including several US presidents.

Our welcome dinner gave everybody a chance to mingle before we attacked Half Moon Bay golf course the following morning. A beautiful course with immaculate greens and fairways overlooking San Francisco Bay. Scores were a little low but there were valid reasons for that – a very fresh howling wind off the Pacific Ocean and playing in 4 layers. The Clam Chowder and other delicacies in the clubhouse were very welcome after the game and the delivery of a Fish & Chip snack during the round was a nice touch.



Japan Spring Tour 2015 Remembered

A group of 20 golfers and partners recently returned from Go Golfing’s tour to Japan. The tour was timed to coincide with Cherry Blossom season and right on cue they bloomed on the day our guests arrived. The cherry blossoms add rich colour to the landscape and made the golf courses postcard perfect. Lunch with Sumo wrestlers, dinner with exotic Geisha, Ninja demonstrations, a lesson in the art of Bonsai – you won’t find a tour with such diversity in any travel agency. And when our final round was cancelled because it was snowing (first time in 90 years it has snowed in April) we pulled some strings to arrange a French degustation in the restaurant of the original Iron Chef (tv series), Hiroyuki Sakai.


Top Gong for GoGolfing Travel

Gold Coast based Go Golfing Travel has won the coveted title of Oceania’s Best Golf Tour Operator at the inaugural World Golf Awards announced at a gala dinner in Algarve, Portugal on 15 November 2014.



2015 Wrest Point International Masters Review

The week prior to the Barnbougle Challenge saw more than 300 golfers from all over Australia and international visitors from as far afield as Scotland contest the Wrest Point International Masters in Hobart.



Club Golfers Go Bananas in the Apple Isle

Tasmania may be well known as the Apple Isle, but it was Bananas in Pyjamas that stole the show during a fortnight of tournaments for club golfers in Tasmania in January. Allocating team colours was a new innovation for the Barnbougle Challenge and ‘yellow’ team members Jeff Canning and Bob Cameron from Sydney were a sensation coming dressed as B1 and B2 to the opening night dinner.



Go Golfing Launches Vietnam World Masters

After 20 years of staging successful World Masters tournaments in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand, Go Golfing has partnered with Golfasian to host the inaugural Accor Vietnam World Masters in Danang from 6 to 12 September 2015.