Since spring has sprung, now is the time for golf lovers to plan a luxurious vacation with plenty of time on the green. From Arizona to Switzerland, here are some of our top picks for picturesque destinations where to play golf this spring:
World-Renowned Golfing at Fairmont St. Andrews
Our top golf pick, Fairmont St. Andrews offers a golfing experience that is among the best in the world. This “Home of Golf”, with two superb golf courses, The Torrance and The Kittocks, guests can elevate their game just by stepping on the course. The resort also offers a practice area that has everything a golfer needs to prepare for a challenging round or to fine tune their skills. With many practice targets, an extensive short game area and a large putting green, guests will certainly be ready for a round. After a long game, head over to The Clubhouse and enjoy the stunning views overlooking the town of St. Andrews and The Eden Estuary.
Golf Paradise at Kulm Hotel St. Moritz
Known as the “golf paradise of the Alps,” Kulm Golf Course at Kulm Hotel St. Moritz is a 9-hole course and driving range set amongst the gorgeous Engadine landscape. The oldest golf course in the Swiss Alps, its location is one of the highest altitudes in Europe. For guests who are new to the game, a golf professional is available to instruct a beginner’s program at the hotel’s golf academy, while expert guests can take advantage of the challenges of the course.
Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa
Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, Aviara Golf Club, located at Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa, hosts championship Arnold Palmer’s 18-hole layout and is the home to the LPGA Kia Classic and is the ultimate destination for golf in San Diego. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the green rolling hills overlooking the Batiquitos Lagoon.
Big Island Golfing at Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii
In the world of golf, the Big Island is regarded as the pinnacle of playgrounds. Fairmont Orchid in , Hawaii is home to a 36-hole championship Hawaii golf course. Francis H. I’i Brown Golf Course, designed to have two distinct 18-hole complexes, the south and north course, each capturing unique characteristics of the Hawaii Island landscape. Both courses will satisfy every golf level player.
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