As the dust settles on what was an amazing trip we are reflecting on our once in a lifetime opportunity to play 40 of the world’s best golf courses and all in the space of 32 days.
It truly was a special trip and one that both of us will remember and reflect on for many years to come.
Take a look at all our blog entries below:
- Ireland – We are sad to say goodbye
- Old Head – a perfect setting for a golf course, if the wind is not blowing!
- Waterville – fair, fun and friendly and a great golf course as well
- Tralee – like Arnie, a back 9 wonder
- Ballybunion – a tale of two Toms
- Lahinch – Goats, Boats but no birds
- Doonbeg – Funny name, great course
- St Andrews – The Home of Golf, need we say more
- Kingsbarns – Perfect setting, perfect weather, only 1 birdie…
- Carnoustie – the toughest 3 finishing holes in golf. Really?
- Wind farms, Narrow fairways and Scottish summer
- Castles, Ocean Views and Distilleries
- Monsters, poets, birdies – just another fine day in the Scottish Highlands
- Royal Dornoch raises the Australian and Canadian flags for Gary and Dave
- From Links to Lush at Loch Lomond
- Haste ye back to Turnberry
- Troon: Stamps and Gailes at the fore
- Scotland – Home to Braveheart, Rock walls, Burns and Birdies
- Royal County Down – where the Mountains of Mourne come down to the sea
- Up and Down from the top of a 100 foot sand dune
- Yorkshire yields puddings, puddles and birdies
- The grandstands were there but alas, no people
- English weather gets even, Tiger’s footsteps hard to follow by Burton and Lisbon
- Woodhall Spa – Home of the English Golf Union and the deepest bunkers in the UK
- Our first taste of 5 star links golf
- Olazabal, Montgomerie, Lisbon, Burton take on Walton Heath
- The eagle has landed at Sunningdale
- A tale of two castles – The Berkshire and Wentworth
- Swinley Forest – a great way to start
- We are on our way