Golf tours are very popular for us, with tours taking place throughout the year. Being based in the South of England, there are many very prestigious golf courses that attract the attention of golf tour enthusiasts from all over the world, making luxury transport very popular throughout the seasons.
We have worked with many golf travel agents over the years, with players from Europe and America flying into London for golf holidays. This year the Open Golf Championship returns to the home of golf at St Andrew’s in July 2015. We have already taken several bookings for golf tours, which also include a visit to St Andrew’s to see some world class golfers in action.
Depending on the size of the party, we would recommend certain vehicles that would be perfect for the amount of equipment being transported.
Our VIP minibuses are highly appropriate for small golf groups of around 4 – 8 people, as they include large boot space, lots of room internally, many luxury features. These vehicles also include large reclining leather seats, full air conditioning and black tinted windows.
For larger groups of passengers, from 12 – 16 people, we would recommend our luxury 22 seater coaches. These include all the features of our luxury and VIP minibuses, but with extra boot space for clubs and bags. The luxury coaches also have tea and coffee making facilities and a toilet/washroom.
In 2003 the Open Golf Championship took place at Royal St George’s in Kent, which was an extremely busy time for us. Many golfers enjoy visiting the open championship golf courses and playing the courses that they watch on the TV.
Other popular courses in Kent that we would normally take people to are below:
Popular Kent Golf Courses:
- Royal St George’s (The Open Championship Course 2011)
- Royal Cinque Ports (Open Championships in 1909 and 1920)
- Chart Hills Golf Club (Designed by Sir Nick Faldo)
- London Club Golf Course (World Match Play Championship Course 2014)
- Littlestone Golf course (The Open Championship Qualifying Course 2011)
Some groups plan much longer trips, touring the rest of the UK. As well as touring across England, golfers also enjoy playing some of the fine Scottish courses during their trip. Some clients like to work their way up to Scotland playing courses along the way, while others prefer to fly direct. We have many connections across the UK and have provided for Scottish tours on a number of occasions.
If you would like to find out more about our services and what we could provide for your golf tours, then please do not hesitate to browse our website or send us a quote request.