Raise Your Golf Game in Southeast Asia

From Brunei to Viet Nam, golfers wishing to improve their game will find great instructors, excellent facilities and world renown golf courses. Qualified professionals coaches hold programmes for everyone from beginners, to groups and families, to advanced players. Facilities include Arnold Palmer-designed courses, covered and lit driving range bays, simulators, short game and bunker practice […]

Fairways Southeast Asia

The 10 Southeast Asian nations of ASEAN offer everything a golfer could want, from high-end exclusivity to casual fun, city courses with skyscraper views to fairways fringed by ancient rainforest, established golf tourism hubs to up-and-coming destinations off the beaten track. Do yourself a favour and plan your next golf holiday in Southeast Asia. Brunei […]

On Par in Myanmar: Golfing Amongst the Pagodas

Wedged between Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand, the country of Myanmar – one of the least known countries in Southeast Asia – is unlike any of its neighbors.  Those venturing into this enigmatic land will find a nation that has chosen its own path forward.  Plan your itinerary to include the must-see quartet of […]

On Course in Cambodia

Side vie of man walking past trees across golf course at twilight, pulling golf trolley.

Splashing out with jaw-dropping lures like the golden-roofed Royal Palace in Phnom Penh and the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, and showcasing culture and cuisine unlike anything found elsewhere in Southeast Asia, Cambodia promises much. And it truly delivers on all fronts. Ardent golfers can also look forward to outstanding holidays with a novel […]

Savoring Saigon with a Round of Tee

Golfers on a golf course putting golfing with golf carts, Pinehurst NC

Many visitors to Ho Chi Minh City – still commonly called Saigon – find the city’s fantastic attractions and frantic nightlife to be almost addictive. Others want to break away from the metro’s magnetic grip after a day or two and make a beeline for a cosy sports sanctuary. Three serene yet contrasting golf courses […]

Loving the Links of Laos

Flag of Laos

It’s been nearly 20 years since the Mekong River was bridged and Laos and Thailand were first connected by concrete and steel.  The opening of the Friendship Bridge in early 1992 heralded a new era for this landlocked Southeast Asian nation with the ease in access having an almost overnight effect on bilateral trade and tourism.  As well, golfing […]

Golfing with the Gods on Indonesias Beautiful Bali

Aerial view of golf course with green at coast

Bali is often called the “Island of the Gods” though many sporting enthusiasts say it should be dubbed the “Isle of Golf”.  The fabled island has four world-class courses attracting multitudes of players and countless accolades.  Soft sea breezes sweep across three of the much-heralded courses while the fourth was laid out on the foliage-ringed […]