The Best Golfing Destinations in The World

Welcome to Golf Holidays. With so many countries to choose from, what the are the best options for golfers who are able to travel and play around the world. We aim to provide up to date information on established golfing meccas in addition to up and coming resorts.

Costa del Sol, Spain

Spain’s golf popularity started back in the early 1960’s in Costa del Sol, or as most golf enthusiasts have nicknamed the place ever since “Costa del Golf”. Enjoying 300+ days of sunshine and with over 54 different golf courses, Costa del Sol still offers some of the best golf holiday’s and courses to play on around.

Murcia, Spain

Situated in the Southern Part of Spain, Murcia is one place full of contrasts. Its warm temperate climate, fantastic beaches, and plenty of options when it comes to courses, Murcia is one place every golfer should consider visiting. Located on the Costa Calida, and only 15 minutes away from the renowned Cartagena is La Manga Club Resort. This all-rounded sports resort is spread on some 200 acres and features rugby, cricket, professional football pitches and three championship-level golf courses. There’s also a luxury spa and 20+ on-site restaurants and bars to choose from.

Portugal

For a long time, Portugal has been a hub for sunny holidays and quality golf courses. The two central regions when it comes to golfing are the Lisbon coast and the Algarve. Both areas are known for their sugar-sand beaches, crystal clear waters and beautiful golf courses. And in September, you can enjoy a relaxed climate while enjoying several glasses of Vino Verde while relaxing on your terrace.

Scotland

You cannot consider yourself as a serious golfer if you have not played golf on a Scottish course. It is believed that Scotland is golf’s homeland. According to legend, golf, its rules, golf member clubs, and the 18-hole course were birthed in Scotland.

Florida, America

There are so many golf courses in Florida that it is almost impossible to name them all. And this can be attributed to Florida’s pleasant weather and world-class resorts which make year-round golfing possible. After all, there is a reason why Florida is home to renowned PGA Tour Golf Academy and several other top golfing schools.