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The lure of golf is in its beautiful, sweeping outdoor settings, and Lightfoot Travel’s collection of luxury golf vacations features some of the most spectacular, challenging courses in the world.
Play a round that will linger long after the 18th hole in truly extraordinary locations; from craggy classics in Scotland and Ireland, to idyllic beachside courses in Malaysia and Thailand. Try to keep your eye on the ball when playing in the coastal and mountain landscapes of New Zealand’s Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers, Jack’s Point and The Hills.
You haven’t played golf until you tee off with an eco-ball in the awe-inspiring mountains of Queenstown and Milford Sound. This remarkable, new experience is accessed only via helicopter, which lands atop a glacier. We’ve also created a range of multi-course itineraries for dedicated golfers that will drop your handicap to new lows. If you’re new to golf, Lightfoot Travel can arrange lessons with the pros that will take your game to the next level.
Travelling with non-golfers? No problem. Our Travel Designers can create a customised itinerary that takes in the local sights of the region, including wine tasting, cultural tours, horse-riding, mountain biking and more. There’s also the tantalising option a golf and spa break - perfect for downtime away from the greens. After spending the day swinging the club, head to a luxurious spa for a rejuvenating treatment to ease aching muscles, then sink into a hot stone infinity pool and look forward to sunset cocktails.Read more...
When booking with Lightfoot, you only need one single point of contact and one price saving you a lot of your precious time and peace of mind when booking your vacation.
Want to improve your swing while on vacation? How about booking a lesson with a pro golfer. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or wanting to learn, our experts know the best places to play.
Our specialists have sought out thrilling new experiences like golfing in the mountains of New Zealand, accessed only via helicopter, and playing a round on the 'roof of the world' in Nepal.