Team Purple – new friends bonding over well deserved drinks.
Winning for the first time [at Gold Coast World Masters] was sensational how good is golf 😁😁😁
My favourite memory is getting to catch up with these guys and girls
My very best memory of Go Golfing – and there are thousands. Kate and I attended the Go Golfing Ladies Masters event at Royal Pine. Kate had just started playing golf and I qualified to play in the Pro-Am. There was one space left, Kate’s name was drawn out to play and she said I am not good enough. The ladies said no matter, you will be fine. Kate had the best time and lasting memories forever thanks to Go Golfing and the person who pulled her name out of the hat. Thank Pete keep up the amazing golf events
My favourite memory was playing Extreme Golf during the New Zealand South Island tour in 2018.
Too many happy memories and not enough photos. Had a fun time in 2019 at Tassie though!
Winning back to back A-Grade Gross Championship in 2015/2016 and the hangovers that followed. 😵
My favourite memory is playing St Andrews Old Course in Scotland. No words needed.
Our first GC Masters over a decade ago, we met an old grey haired man with a Go Golfing lanyard standing with a lovely young lady who also had a lanyard on. We thought that’s nice his daughter is doing the event with him. We started chatting & have been great friends since. Turns out it’s his wife!
Favourite was South Africa. What a wonderful trip. Great golf courses. Great wine and fresh wonderful food. Tour was absolutely spot on. Made friends for life. After South Africa, favourites include Centara Masters and Vietnam. All wonderful trips. Very professional.
First tee at Kinloch during the NZ North Island golf trip. The group surveying 180 degrees of rough links area in silence. Nobody asked who was going first, just where are we going? The most exciting and testing courses I have played. Can we go again??
My favourite memory was visiting Machu Picchu on the South America golf trip. I ticked a big one of the bucket list!
My husband Scott won C Grade at Gold Coast World Masters in his first Go Golfing event. Having just started playing to the highest handicaps Scott thought I was an embarrassment entering GCWM. I failed at getting Scott signed up. Go Golfing phoned and talked Scott into it. You’ve got us!
The inaugural China Tour in 2016, my first tour. Pandas, Tai Chi, opera, banquets, golf and much more for the VIP Australians. At Tea Valley, a large banner “Warmly welcome Peter’s friends come from Australia”. Even Peter was lost for words, momentarily. An exceptional introduction to GoGolfing tour model
Sanctuary Cove did not start well. We lost our clubs and then our room was downgraded. Disappointing as this was Di and my first trip together. Go Golfing to the rescue. Hire clubs were organised and our room upgraded to a suite. Di also received a voucher from Peter. Memorable week, Di and I bonded and more trips planned.
Finally I found a partner who could win! Taken at Barnbougle Lost Farm, Tasmania. Thanks David Solomon!
I have too many memories from December 2019 in South Africa! Loved all of it.
My favourite memory is the Scotland/Ireland Golf Tour in 2016
In 2019, at the Gold Coast World Masters Gala dinner at the Convention Centre. Such a great night, so well run and an awesome band that were kind enough to let me get up and have a sing with them!
Lots of fun with the best people in Thailand!
Centara Masters Hua Hin any year – family, friends, golfers and non golfers 🏌️♂️ 🏌️♀️ too many great memories to have just one ❤️
Great times, two years at Tasmania!!
My favourite memory is attending the Gold Coast World Masters in 2015 with mates for a 50th birthday. It was a great event.
A bit of a scary moment in Canada 2008 at Banff Springs. We were on the fairway before we noticed this “god-awful” smell. Soon found the source, a male grizzly bear urinating to mark his territory. He stood up and was about 10feet tall then started to run toward us on green! We took off, pedal to the metal to escape. Fools behind chased bear for pics.
Our favourite memory was on the Margaret River tour in March 2020, we visited Vasse Felix Winery. Great Food, Great Wine, Great Company!
Having been travelling with Go Golfing for over 20 years, I have had many great times and memories. The one that stands out is playing with old Tony from NZ at Royal Pines. He was hungover from the previous night and not very healthy. At about the 5th hole he disappeared down to a pond and dropped his dacks…
I do remember a funny time at the end of a prolonged 3-hour stopover at Joburg airport also at the end of the excellent 2017 South African Tour which was made more bearable as the hours went on by being in the Business Lounge with Michelle and I and many of the Go Golfing group including Peter and Silvie. Needless to say we were all really enjoying ourselves as the alcohol kept flowing and the unusual garish décor of the lounge also became more surreal as well. The chairs were were all very high backed red velour like something out of Alice in Wonderland and we thought it was hilarious as we became louder and louder. Suddenly the call to board came and we had to all quickly gather ourselves and move on. As Peter and I happened to be walking out together side by side we were intercepted by a terse looking lady who must have been getting more and more annoyed with our behaviour so she stepped right in front of us and demanded to know ….. Where are you from? Peter and I lurched to a halt and after a short gap of hesitation and without even looking at each other we both blurted out in amazingly synchronized unison to her….. New Zealand!
Went on a tour to Scotland and visited St Andrews Old Course. Stood on the Swilken Bridge between the 17th Green and the 18th Fairway. Also stood behind the group hitting off on the 1st Hole on the Old Course. Had investigated having a game at St Andrews, no game due to cost. So I loved the visit and photos.
Kellie and I have done about 10 trips with Go Golfing. One memorable moment during the Canada trip which included a visit to the Mission Hill winery was when our lady French Canadian host completed her presentation about the wines with a toast to us of “Up your Bottoms!” (learnt from an Aussie).
We’ve done a few trips with Go Golfing, here is a pic from the Hobart Masters in 2002. I think the first trip we did might have been to the Hunter. Mary came to chauffeur us to the venue. Fun times, never too serious. Good luck and good fortune. You’re a top team.
My Favourite [at Barnbougle]. That Bunker!
My first win [at Gold Coast World Masters] was sensational, getting drawn to the stage and winning a trip to China equally as good, playing golf with like-minded blokes was the best.
So many enjoyable excursions with Go Golfing from 2007-2018. My favourites include South Africa and South Island tours.
Catching up annually with friends along the way!
My favourite memory was the Spain and Portugal tour in 2017. Great courses and terrific company
Enjoying another year at Centara Masters with a great bunch of friends. Love meeting new people as well. We love playing golf and being thoroughly spoilt by Go Golfing.
In Japan, 2019, we have done a lot of travel and this was the best trip ever.
Playing Red Mountain Golf Club in Thailand. One of the very best courses I ever played.
On the 2011 NZ South island trip, we went straight from Queenstown airport on a jet boat ride. One of our group members, who was in his 90s, arrived in a suit and tie. This was much to the amusement of the boat driver who said it was the first time he had a passenger in a suit and tie on his boat.
For the past 6 years, I have attended the Centara World Masters and the Pattaya 2 Ball. I have also attended the Gold Coast World Masters and I even attended the inaugural Hong Kong golf tour. All trips are my favourite, can’t pick an actual favourite. Everyone I meet are great!
While not seeing a bear playing golf on the fabulous Canadian courses in 2018, I got up close and personal with this big black bear in the foyer of a hotel in Banff.
On a rainy day on our Japan tour, we couldn’t play golf so we had a very interesting and different experience.
My favourite memory was the first tour we did with Go Golfing in 2007, which happened to be the first tour you took to Egypt. What was the best memory? How could one pick from the banquet provided. From the first welcoming dinner with the allocation of teams, the Calcutta which raised 16000 Egyptian pounds for charity, to the succession of historical sights which followed and the privilege of playing on the magnificent golf courses of Cairo and on the Red Sea. All to quickly our 14 days were gone and we were on our way to Denmark to see our son and his family to round out what was some of the most wonderful weeks of our life.
The Canadian Rockies tour in 2008 was a first (of many) for me to tour with Go Golfing and it started many new friendships which still keep surfacing. My favourite memory, of course, is winning the 10 competition event – still surprised!
Our favourite memory was the Sydney Military Tattoo tour in 2019. The Sydney harbour cruise was the highlight for us with great company, dancing and a lovely meal. Also playing New South Wales and The Australian courses and, of course, the Tattoo.