Planning Golf Trips
Planning Golf Trips IE
The critical parts to planning a golf trip Ie to Ireland, Scotland or England are the details. Such as, what golf courses to play, where to stay and how to get around from place to place.
Initially, the bones of the trip are what the golf courses do you want to play over the number of days in a particular region. Followed by the number of hotels to use and what type of transport. Also, depending on the size of the group, where to eat is important.
Other considerations to investigate are the things to do. Such as, are there any fun sporting events that the group could attend during the golf trip. Indeed, look at what the group would like to do, is the trip for guys, girls and couples or families? Once the group understands their main considerations, then it is easier to plan on things to do before or after playing golf.
Such as, the group of guys might like to play only 18 holes, dinner and drinks and listen to music in the pubs. Whereas the couples might like to tour in the morning, play golf in the afternoon, a light dinner and music and off for an early night before another busy following day.
Finally, research what the golf course has to offer and perhaps play 36 holes. That said, the group might only be interested in playing golf and why not play 36 or 54 holes most days.
Ensure to contact Concierge Golf Ireland to arrange and plan your next golf trip to Ireland, Scotland or England.