In 2023, your golf could take you further than you think. Take a trip around the world with Troon’s extensive network and explore some unique, inspiring, quintessential and celebrated golf destinations. Let us be part of your golf story in 2023; scroll to start planning your trip.
Enjoy a quintessential English escape at The Grove in Hertfordshire; a five-star hotel, with a fantastic spa and leisure activities, dining options, and a prestigious 18-hole championship golf course. Love football? Enjoy this cool football and golf experience. Or play Dumbarnie Links in Fife, Scotland, already on many golfer’s must-play list and named 2021 “Best Scottish Golf Experience”. Designed and developed by Clive Clark, the topography of this 345-acre site allows for panoramic water views from fourteen holes on what is classified as ‘genuine links land’.
Play the 2023 Solheim Cup host venue, Finca Cortesin this year and experience Spain. The 215-hectare estate, surrounded by undisturbed nature includes an award-winning hotel, exceptional real estate, Cabell Robinson-designed Championship golf course, outstanding spa, and sports facilities, the magnificent Beach Club, and an exclusive shopping area. Celebrated for its exquisite facilities and service levels, Finca Cortesin is a unique resort in one of the most tranquil and sought-after enclaves of the Andalucia coast.
A visit to the Czech Republic means you can explore this unique destination in Europe, combining the culture and history in Prague with excellent golf at PGA National Czech Republic. A premium golfing experience celebrated with previous accolades including Europe’s Best Golf Course and Golf World´s Top 100: X Factor Continental Europe Courses
This is possibly one of Troon’s most exotic destinations; Velaa Private Island in the Noonu Atoll in the Maldives offers golfers a really unique experience, starting with a 45-min seaplane ride from Malé. During your stay enjoy a range of activities including golf day and night, watersports, exquisite dining, and even get involved in their coral restoration project.