Traditional Destinations

Traditional golf destinations are those that harken to the past, to those golf courses and regions that you will probably recognize as being "“the ones”". The iconic destinations one always thinks of.

Traditional destinations often ooze history and are mentioned fondly by your golfing cohorts along with popular magazines in the sport. Of course, they start with the exhilarating and sometimes confounding but always challenging links golf found in the United Kingdom and Ireland. They pride themselves on being of the tiny one percent of golf courses found in the world. These treasures are mixed in with tremendous newer and ancient parkland, cliff top and heathland courses that are formidable in their own right.

These special locales then expand into North America where iconic courses like Pebble Beach and Pinehurst in the US and Highlands Links and Banff Springs in Canada enter the fray. Portugal and Spain are now in this same category offering some a winter escape to play top notch golf and enjoy fine accommodations and culture. Selections are plentiful and memories will be grand.

More Details by Country

  • Canada

    Canadians are almost as passionate about their golf (over 6 million play the game) as their hockey. Being the second largest country in the world, there are many ideal venues in Canada for your perfect golf adventure.
  • England

    The country is one of the most varied golf destinations in the world with its mix of links, parkland, lowland and cliff-top courses. This variety, combined with a plethora of cultural attractions, natural landscape, national parks for outdoor pursuits and easy accessibility make this the complete golf tourism destination. As the home to over 1,900 courses - with many of those ranking among the finest in the world-six Open Championship venues past and present, host to The Ryder Cup 14 times over nine different courses and birthplace to some of the world's most celebrated golfers, England has an exceptional standing in this great game.
  • Ireland

    Ireland is about the craic, or fun conversation that is exchanged among locals. It is about being mesmerized by traditional Irish music in local pubs. Or, get charmed by the incredibly friendly and witty people. The country offers many versions of landscapes…
  • Northern Ireland

    This is amazing when you think about it since the country's population is less than 1.9 million people. But it is the world famous links courses that grab your undivided attention. Royal County Down and Royal Portrush lead the charge and they need to…
  • Portugal

    The great weather of Portugal has helped make this country a very popular golfing destination. With 70+ courses, many of great quality, there is much to choose from when planning a trip. Monte Rei, Oitavos Dunes, Quinta do Lago and San Lorenzo are some of the well-known and world class courses to experience with beautiful landscapes surrounding you.
  • Scotland

    Recognized the world over as where the game of golf began, no matter where you stand in Scotland you will not be far from a golf course. There are the well recognized Open Championship courses along with an abundance of hidden gems that will equally excite…
  • United States

    Who can't imagine hitting the shot on the famous 18th hole at Pebble Beach with the sounds of the Pacific Ocean at your back? California is just one great place to play golf in the United States. Courses like Pinehurst, TPC Sawgrass, Troon North and Bandon…
  • Wales

    Ian "Woosie" Woosnam and James Donaldson are past heroes of Ryder Cup and proud Welshmen. Who can forget Donaldson's great wedge shot into the 15th green to clinch victory for Europe in the 2014 Ryder Cup! Visit Wales.

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