The 5 Best Golf Holiday Resorts Around the World

Last updated on February 6th, 2019 at 06:32 pm

Heeding the advice of golf holiday experts such as the tips from this website is one good way to plan your golf vacation. Such advice should include the best golf holiday resorts around the world that will fit your budget. It should also come with golf holiday package comparisons, evaluation of promos, course assessment, tee times, green fees and actual golfer reviews to help you make an informed decision when organizing your golfing getaway. Of course, planning your leisure trip will be much easier if you book it at any of the best golf holiday resorts around the world.

Here are five of the best golf holiday resorts in the world.

1. Finca Cortesín

The 5 Best Golf Holiday Resorts Around the World

If you have your heart and mind set on a European holiday, your search for the best golf resort in Europe may lead you to this spot in Spain. For the past few years, Finca Cortesín consistently ranks among the top golf holiday resorts on the entire continent. The golf resort sits between the Mediterranean Sea and the Andalusian Mountains. The breathtaking views of the sea and mountains provide golfers a unique experience as they swing and putt their way through its 18-hole course. With an overall length of nearly of 7,000 yards dotted with 100 bunkers, the course can also pose quite a challenge. Golfers give the club a 9.1 rating while the hotel has a rating of 9.5 on website for its excellent service and amenities.

2. Luacala

The 5 Best Golf Holiday Resorts Around the World

Do you fancy a round or two in a tropical setting? Perhaps no other golf course can be more tropical than the Luacala in Fiji. This private island resort in the South Pacific beckons golfers with its 18-hole, par-72 golf course. Imagine teeing off amid a backdrop of a foreboding volcano and a thundering surf that smashes against its rocky cliffs. As for its resort amenities, you’ll get the not-so-usual pampering as you are sure to get the best service because the island resort employs 350 staff members for its 24 villas.

3. Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

The 5 Best Golf Holiday Resorts Around the World

Nestled in Switzerland’s Heidiland region, the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz offers more than just a golfing holiday. This resort is popular for being the leading health and wellness destination in Europe. Golfers can enjoy a “golf checkup” before they tee off either on its 18-hole PGA Championship course or its nine-hole Executive Course. Even after a bad day at any of these two courses if that’s even possible, golfers can then look forward to soothing their bodies in thermal saunas and spa of the resort, and then enjoy a meal courtesy of a Michelin-starred chef.

4. Fancourt

The 5 Best Golf Holiday Resorts Around the World

If you don’t need any pampering but are itching for golf courses that will challenge your skills, maybe Fancourt in George, South Africa, just might be the right destination for you. This five-star resort offers no less than three 18-hole golf courses. These are the Montagu, Outeniqua and The Links. You may want to know that The Links is the best course that legendary golf pro and course designer Gary Player ever created. Golfers can keep the rest of their family busy with amenities and other attractions including the spa, beaches, vineyards, fishing, cycling and horse riding.

5. Wynn Golf Club

The 5 Best Golf Holiday Resorts Around the World

Playing within glitzy desert sands of Las Vegas is possible again with the reopening of Wynn Golf Club in 2019. You can book and try to catch any of its reopening promotions and experience what it is like playing in an exclusive, high-end desert golf course. You’ll also get to wind up your day enjoying the world-class amenities that Wynn resorts are known for and perhaps try your luck at the slots and tables of its casino.

Keep in mind that before booking any of these or other world-class golf holiday resorts, it is always best to remain prudent. Check what golf holiday experts are advising regarding club rates, course conditions, peak and off peak seasons and holiday package offerings before making a decision.


Herbert Kikoy

Surigaonon by birth, Butuanon by heart and now an adopted son of Cebu, Herbert is a hobbyist photographer who focuses on Food, Sports, Travel and Festivals photography.