4 Luxury Golf Resorts You Don’t Want to Miss

It is estimated that around 25.1 million people visit a golf course every year. Combining competitive sports with the great outdoors, golf ticks every box. But have you ever considered combining it with a luxury holiday?

There are numerous, beautiful courses around the world for you to visit. Read on as we give our pick of the best luxury golf resorts.

1. St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort

Abu Dhabi has a wide range of luxury golf courses, but this is one of the most prestigious. It sits right on the beachfront, offering a range of watersports and activities for when you are not playing.

Designed by Gary Player, the course sits tightly on the Arabian Gulf with large sandy areas, blending the traditional course with a desert environment. While playing you may spot the indigenous wildlife, which includes turtles and gazelles.

The hotel itself provides a world-class stay. All rooms have a private terrace and there are three private pools to enjoy. If you want to unwind further the Iridium Spa is a great place for treatments and a chance to unwind.

2. Handara Golf Resort Bali

The Handara Golf Resort Bali is a long way from the traditional tourist traps, giving you much-needed privacy and peace. It was recently voted as one of the top 50 golf courses in the world by Golf Magazine. Not only is it a great course, but it offers a fantastic stay at its club accommodation.

International golf resorts are littered all over this beautiful island and you may want to combine them in a tour. You can learn more about the amenities on the island here.

3. Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort

Situated in County Limerick, Ireland, this resort has a traditional and unique appeal. An old manor house, it was refurbished in 2017 in one of the biggest restoration projects of its kind. This included the addition of a 42-bedroom wing that can accommodate 104 guests.

The course itself is framed by beautiful parkland, medieval ruins, and winding walkways. You can also partake in a range of unique pursuits like archery, falconry, fishing, and clay pigeon shooting.

4. The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs

Breathtaking views on international golf courses don’t come much better than the ones here. Taking up 6,000 acres on the New Zealand clifftops, it looks over the Cavalli Islands, Cape Brett, and the Pacific Ocean.

A recent renovation has been undertaken by golf course architect Rees Jones, adding to the original design by David Harman. Five sets of tees provide varied levels for players of all par ratings, over 15 holes. Six of these are along the cliff edge, meaning your ball has a serious chance of plunging 6,528 meters to the Pacific Ocean below.

Choosing Luxury Golf Resorts

Now you know the best luxury golf resorts, get your next holiday booked. If you want extra amenities such as spas and family activities, most will be able to provide them.

This article is one of many to help you pick the best holiday. From the journey to the destination, we can get you back on the road this year.

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