A Hosted Trip playing Adelaide's three premier Championship Courses

Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd November, 2017

2 nights/3 games of golf

Hosted by Rory Wood

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Adelaide is blessed with a small cluster of quality golf courses built in sandy terrrain.

The best of these are Royal Adelaide, Kooyonga and Glenelg Golf Clubs

Between them these courses have hosted Australian Opens, and many other professional and amateur events.

Each venue is a busy private club with limited access by the general public

Handicap limits will apply to these courses.

*Join the McIlroys for a chance to take home the trophy as overall winner of this exclusive tournament.

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

 

  • 2 nights accommodation in the heart of busy Glenelg- close to restaurants, pubs and beaches
  • 3 games of golf at exclusive private clubs- Royal Adelaide, Kooyonga & Glenelg
  • All transfers between airport, hotel and golf courses
  • A chance to win the prestigious McIroys annual trophy as the overall tournament winner
  • Fully hosted, small group tour
  • Please Note: Airfares are not included in the package

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ITINERARY

 

Hosted by Rory Wood, this group of golfing tragics (The McIlroys) will venture to Adelaide to play 3 of Australia's premier championship courses as an informal tournament

This opportunity is restricted to 16 golfers, and should appeal to golfers who enjoy playing the better courses, enjoy the competition and friendly banter The McIlroys will inevitably bring to the table.

 

Monday 20 November

 fly to Adelaide airport- transfer to Glenelg GC for a 12.30pm tee time

 after golf transfer to accommodation at Atlantic Tower Motor Inn, and dinner in Glenelg

Tuesday 21 November

 morning at leisure in Glenelg

 in the afternoon transfer to Kooyonga for a 1.44pm tee time

 after golf transfer to hotel, and dinner in Glenelg

Wednesday 22 November

 transfer to Royal Adelaide for an 11am start to the final round.

 drinks and presentations in the clubhouse after golf

 transfer to ariport for flights home 

                                                        

PACKAGE PRICE

 

*$1135 AUD per person, twin share

Bookings are now open!

 

An initial deposit of $335 is required to secure your place.

 

See booking form for full terms and conditions.

If you would like more information or have any questions please enquire here.

YOUR HOST

Rory Wood

 

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Rory is the Manager of The Travelling Golfer and a 'plus' handicapper. He has a wealth of experience in all facets of golf and golf touring. With first hand knowledge of courses in the UK, he will ensure you get the most out of your time playing these iconic courses. This trip is guaranteed to be a wonderful golfing experience. Join Rory for a golfing trip of a lifetime.

 

 

THE COURSES

 

Royal Adelaide Golf Club

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Royal Adelaide has hosted 9 Australian Open Championships, and many other professional and amateur events. The course boasts some of the most unique championship holes in Australia, and should be on every keen golfer's bucket list.

Read our full course report here

 

Kooyonga Golf Club

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 Kooyonga Golf Club has hosted five Australian Open Championships- and each one was won by one of the greats of the game!

Not to mention three Australian Amateur Championships and of course state championships...

Kooyonga was the golfing home of cricketing legend Don Bradman, who was a pretty useful golfer himself. Today the bustling club boasts a modern clubhouse, a beautfully maintained course, and a regal grace that reminds one of days gone by...

Read our full course report here

 

Glenelg Golf Club

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Glenelg Golf Club is not as well known as Royal Adelaide and Kooyonga, but in my opinion it is every bit as good. The course has been remodelled extensively in the last 20 years, and today presents a real challenge for the thinking golfer. Set in rolling sand dunes and pine trees, and comprehensively bunkered, it is not a course to thoughtlessly attack, but one which rewards a patient and strategic approach. Glenelg is one of my favourite courses in Australia.

Read our course report here

 

 

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