Five of the Best Golf Resorts in the World 

Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba in Brazil

Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba in Brazil

Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba in Brazil –  The Comandatuba Ocean Course is between the sea and the mangroves in an environment dominated by centenaries coconut trees, sand dunes, beautiful lagoons and native vegetation This golf resort is actually on an island of its own, with players having to fly in from Sao Paolo but the trip is most definitely worth it with white sandy beaches, crystalline seas and equally blue skies providing the perfect backdrop for your round of golf. The Golf Course was Constructed by Dan Blakenship. An 18-hole golf course totally integrated with the natural landscape of the island. If you like golf, this is the definitive reason for spending a few days at the Hotel Transamérica Ilha de Comandatuba.

 

Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina

Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina

Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina  – Pinehurst Resort is one of the finest golf resorts, offering eight championship golf courses, world class tennis (24 tennis courts), spa facilities, and various water sports on the lake too.It is one of the most famous American golf resorts with many championships having been played there since it’s opening way back in 1895.

 

 

 

 

Four Seasons Resort in Costa Rica

Four Seasons Resort in Costa Rica

Four Seasons Resort in Costa Rica - This 5-star luxury hotel lies at Papagayo, a peninsula northwest of Guanacaste Province which is only 30 minutes away from the Liberia International Airport. Its natural and unparalleled beauty made it one of the famous resorts in Latin America and the world. Four Seasons Resort is famous specifically for its breathtaking view, unspoiled beaches, luxurious swimming pools, endemic spa, and rich tropical dry forest and of course, its renowned golf course which was also awarded as Costa Rica’s leading Golf Resort.

 

 

 

 

Old Course Hotel at St. Andrews in Scotland

Old Course Hotel at St. Andrews in Scotland

Old Course Hotel at St. Andrews in Scotland - Bordering the renowned 17th ‘Road Hole’ of the Old Course in the Home of Golf, the Old Course Hotel enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the famous links courses, the West Sands beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline. The Old Course at St Andrews is popular with golfers as being the birthplace of golf, the championship course ‘The Dukes’ is also located at St. Andrews and guests at the Old Course Hotel are able to get guaranteed tee times at either course. The hotel also enjoys many therapeutic features such as chromatherapy (colour therapy) baths, hydrotherapy pools and Japanese steam rooms to help you relax before or after your game.

 

 

Fairmont Chateau Whistler in British Columbia

Fairmont Chateau Whistler in British Columbia

Fairmont Chateau Whistler in British Columbia - On the opposite end of the scale, or thermometer, is British Columbia in Canada. The golf resort itself is situated at the foot of the ice capped mountains with streams trickling through the resort and plenty of stunning birdlife such as Golden Eagles and Ospreys circling above. Being a mountainous region it is perfect for a challenging golf course that includes rocky outcroppings and uneven courses to test even the seasoned veteran of the golf courses.

 



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