Is This Royal Open Rota Line-up a Game Changer?
How would you like to play the “Crown Jewels” of English golf? Never has there been a fully escorted golf tour to England that offers such a line-up. Add to this, an unmissable experience at the British Open at Royal St Georges and you have the perfect ending to the ultimate bucket list Go Golfing golf tour.
British delights abound along the way. Sip a pint of ale in a centuries-old pub, hum along the Beatles’ hit as you stroll down Abbey Road, indulge in a decadent lunch at the home of cricket, glide down the river in Oxford in a punt, flirt with the Royals at Madam Tussaud’s and celebrate golfing champions at one of the world’s foremost private members’ clubs, the Royal Automotive Club.
You’ll play 3 of the top 5 courses in England, 2 courses in the top 20 courses in the world, 2 have held Ryder Cups and 3 courses have hosted 33 British Opens.
Host to 11 Open Championships and a Ryder Cup – Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club is where Ernie Els won his second Open after Adam Scott imploded making bogey on the final four holes to miss out on his first major title.
Royal Birkdale, England’s #3, has a pedigree to rival any course in the world, having played host to two Ryder Cups, the Walker and Curtis Cup, the Women’s British Open, and the Open Championship 10 times. Ranked 15th in Golf Digest’s “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses 2018”, this course is arguably the crown jewel of English golf.
Known as the “place where Tiger Woods cried”, Royal Liverpool Golf Club (Hoylake) has been host to 12 opens. In 2006, Tiger won the Open just two months after his father passed away. He accomplished the feat by only using his driver once all week.
Then to finish it all off, England’s most prestigious and revered inland golfing venue, Sunningdale Old Course, England’s #2. Ranked 12th in Golf Digest’s “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses 2018”, it is the quintessential English healthland club. Bobby Jones famously scored a perfectly symmetrical 66 – 33 shots going out, 33 coming back, 33 were “full shots” and 33 were putts.
After the tour end, you can stay to experience the thrills and spills of the 2020 Open. Royal St Georges has hosted the Open 14 times and was the first course to host the Open Championship in England.
With travel, it’s not just where you’re going that matters, it’s who you’re going with. Go Golfing brings golfers together for the best time of their life. That’s why they’ve been voted best golf tour operator by their clients 4 years in a row. That’s also why 88% of their clients keep on travelling with Go Golfing. It’s also about the peace of the mind that comes with travelling on a fully escorted golf tour because everything is taken care for you. They even have a schedule of activities for non-golfing partners.
No one else takes you all over the world like Go Golfing does with fully escorted tours and hosted tournaments to Asia, Australia, Africa, the Americas, Europe and New Zealand. They also include a word of warning to new clients: “Our tours are highly addictive. You’ll have so much fun, you’ll just want to keep coming back!”
You can go to England with Go Golfing’s exclusive “Crown Jewels of England” fully escorted golf tour starting 3 July 2020 for 14 days and 6 rounds of spectacular golf.
You may choose to come early to tee off at the ‘must-play’ stars of Irish links golf with Go Golfing’s “Legends of the Emerald Isle” Ireland tour starting 20 June 2020 for 14 days and 6 rounds of golf. You’ll earn bragging rights for Adare Manor, Waterville, Ballybunion, Tralee Old Head and The European Club.