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Experience some of the greatest golf destinations in the UK, Ireland & Europe

Your Golf Travel.com offers the ultimate service, where experienced golfers cater to the needs of fellow players. Having been fortunate enough to play almost all of the world's top courses, our tours team is perfectly equipped to recommend the best tour packages throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Our Top Golf Tour Destinations

Why a golf tour?

It's all about the location, a golf tour is based around a fantastic location, just moments from the apres golf hotspots in the evening with easy access to great food and drink in the evening with popular bars and restaurants.

Experience the best in golf, whether this is a hidden gem or a championship golf course, taking a golf tour is about seeking out a memorable golf course during your next golfing tour.

Find the golf tour that's right for you. We here at Your Golf Travel are well aware of the golfing needs, we're golfers! Whether it is a course that you are proud to say was part of The Open Rota like St Andrews or a hidden gem that is off the beaten track like Nefyn & District we'll be pleased to put together the perfect golf experience for you.

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Featured Golf Tours in England

England boasts an extremely diverse golfing landscape, with tremendous golf courses that form the building blocks for amazing golf tours. Our expertise enables us to offer the best in golf tours, encompassing the superb links courses that are dotted along the coastline, some of which have been included in the Open Championship rotation.

The Southport area, often dubbed 'England's Golf Coast', is home to world renowned links tracks such as Royal Birkdale, Lytham and St. Annes, Formby and more, and is the most illustrious of England's golfing arenas. Further south, the Kent coastline is peppered with unmissable links layouts at Princes, Cinque Ports and the awe-inspiring Royal St George's.

Devon is a great place to play golf with lots of course in a small area and all of great quality. The Dartmouth Hotel provides a great base for you to explore the county on and off the golf course. Courses of the quality of the idyllic Saunton help to explain the attraction of England's south west, while the combination of championship golf and a memorable night out lies at the heart of Bournemouth, the most popular venue for a golf tour with groups and societies.


Featured Golf Tours in Scotland

For any serious player, experiencing a golf tour in Scotland is absolutely essential. With over 550 courses within a relatively small area, it is understandable that golfers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to the home of golf for a once-in-a-lifetime tour.

The country's east and west coasts are littered with the spectacular links courses that are so inherently Scottish; famous names from Open Championship history such as St Andrews, Carnoustie, Royal Troon and Turnberry are ably supported by countless less well-known but similarly superb golf clubs.

Hundreds of years of golfing history are combined with the legendary Scottish hospitality, ensuring that for those fortunate enough to experience a golf tour in Scotland, it will be unforgettable.

Aside from the countless seaside and inland courses, visitors to Scotland will enjoy unrivalled scenery, and the warmest of welcomes, only adding to the attraction of a tour of golf's spiritual home.


Featured Golf Tours in Ireland

A golf tour to Ireland will encompass some of the most iconic golfing images. There is no doubt that Ireland's unspoiled fringes are littered with links courses that can only be rivaled by a select few in the United Kingdom.

Along the coastlines are innumerable traditional seaside links such as Royal County Down (the world's second best course), Portmarnock, Royal Dublin and The Island, whose rugged character, cut through towering sand dunes, put them among the purest golfing experiences.

There are also some truly special courses like Old Head at Kinsale, and the immense natural beauty of the Killarney landscape, where visiting golfers will enjoy some of golf's most spectacular challenges.

Ireland's west coast is less developed commercially than Dublin or the south, and the isolation that envelops awe-inspiring courses like Ballybunion, Lahinch, Ballyliffin and Doonbeg is inexplicably magical, and typical of the truly remarkable experience of a classic Irish golf tour.


Featured Golf Tours in Wales

Wales' reputation as a golfing destination has undoubtedly been on the rise in the last decade with the advent of some top quality tournament venues, and the subsequent award of the 2010 Ryder Cup to the Celtic Manor 5* Resort.

While this has attracted much interest, the numerous golf courses around the capital, Cardiff, are well established, making it a superb choice for a Golf Tour, especially given its cracking evening atmosphere. Further along the coast are great Tours such as the challenging Royal Porthcawl, the magnificant Swansea and the North-West, all which offer a great variety of Tours and challenging golf. 

With 5 courses already ranked in the UK & Ireland Top 100, Wales is fast emerging as a internationally attractive golfing destination, offering top class Golf Tours - so act fast while the going's good.


Featured Golf Tours in Europe

Portugal's Algarve is one of Europe's golfing heavyweights, boasting countless excellent courses, concentrated into an extremely convenient area. Fly into Faro and within 20 minutes is the golfing paradise of Vilamoura, where the only rival to the fantastic marina is the town's collection of first class championship golf courses.

With names like PGA Catalunya, El Prat, Rio Real, Sotogrande, La Reserva and the legendary Valderrama among the most prominent of the coastline's extraordinary courses, it is is no surprise that Spanish golf tours have an army of loyal followers - choose your favourites and join the growing list of fans.

France is home to a number of Europe's finest golf courses, and with its cross-channel links to the United Kingdom, it has long been a convenient favourite with passionate golfers.

Within 45 minutes of the port of Calais, serviced by the extremely reasonable Eurotunnel, are famous names like Le Touquet, Hardelot, Arras and Wimereux, fixtures of the French golfing landscape.

Though less well known, Belgium's championship venues are often considerably quieter, making the likes of Royal Zoute and Royal Waterloo all the more appealing. Add to this the country's charming atmosphere and the legendary locally brewed beers, and it is clear that Belgium offers the complete golf tour experience.