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Asian Golf Travel Nation - June 2015

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Dear Golf Travelers,

Golf in AsiaWelcome to the latest issue of the Asian Golf Nation, the source for news breaking information about golf in Asia. In addition, unique golf playing tips for South East Asia's tropical environment, announcements of golf travel promotions, and our latest subscription offer are all integral parts of today's newsletter.

I have some great news. Golf in Thailand is now better and less expensive! Can you believe green fees in Chiang Mai are $36 US Dollars in June while golf in Hua Hin is only $45 Dollars in August and September? Pattaya green fees are $55 US Dollars or less on selected days of the week until the end of October. These rates even include great courses like Black Mountain, Banyan, and Siam CC too. Or how about staying at a 5* Phuket golf resort  for less than $100 US Dollars a night? Drop me an email if you are interested and I will send you the details of all of the savings.

Here at Golfasian we participated in the Golf Tourism Convention in Jakarta last month and it was good to see many of our longtime friends from overseas and meet with new partners too. I was especially impressed with the golf in Jakarta. It will take some time to build the demand and there are certainly issues with traffic and stability, but it is hard to fault the service. In fact, if you can believe it, the service and especially the caddies easily beat those in other areas like Thailand and Vietnam.

The Centara World Masters event will be held June 14-20 in Hua Hin. The event will be Thailand's biggest ever golf tournament for club & visiting golfers. There are only a few slots left, so if you want to play register your interest now. The Accor Vietnam World Masters will be held in Danang this September. This event still has availability so be sure to sign-up and be part of the festivities. Finally, there will be two great Amateur Week events in October. One will be staged in Pattaya and the other in Chiang Mai. More information on both events can be found here.

Of course there are more and more golf updates around the region so with that, I invite you to enjoy this edition of the Asian Golf Nation. To those who are travelling with us and/or playing in the Centara World Masters, thank you for your support. To others who are still at home; I hope to welcome you to the sunny weather, world-class golf courses and unique Asian culture very soon.

A winner of the 2015 World Golf Awards with the title of Asia's Best Golf Tour Operator 2014, Golfasian has once again been nominated for Thailand's & Vietnam's Best Inbound Golf Tour Operator. Please, vote for us now:

Thailand's Best Inbound Golf Tour Operator               Vietnam's Best Inbound Golf Tour Operator

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Now for the golf news from around the region:

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Golf news from around the region:

*Nirwana Bali Golf Club & ResortBali and Bogor: Here is the Asia golf scoop of the year. Donald trump is coming to Asia!
Yes that's right, the Nirwana Bali Golf Club & Resort and the Lido Golf Club will both be rebranded as Trump International properties. Plans call for a complete make-over of the Greg Norman course and a tear-down of the Nirwana resort, both located on Bali's scenic coast. At the same time one of SE Asia's most luxurious golf resorts and estate will be built at Lido, some 1000 feet above sea level outside Jakarta. Renovations at Lido are already in progress under the watchful eyes of Ernie Els Design. Both projects are expected to come on stream in 2018. Stay tuned for official announcements and progress updates.


*Siam Country Club, Plantation CoursePattaya: The Thailand Open will make a popular return this month. Last played in 2013, the tournament will be staged at the Siam Country Club, Plantation Course from June 11-14.

The 45th edition will boast prize money of US$1 million. Anyone in town and wanting to go, just let me know and we will arrange it with compliments from Golfasian.



*Sky Lake HanoiHanoi: Golf in Hanoi is getting better and better and there is no end in sight. With the recent public opening of both courses at Sky Lake and the new Long Bien Golf Club, golf in Hanoi is blossoming. Not standing still it looks like the powers that be in Vietnam are supporting loads of new golf development. A Thomson-Perrett nine hole course opened at Flamingo Dai Lai Resort last month, the new Legend Hill Nicklaus Course will open by year's end, and Yen Dung Golf & Resort, a 36-hole complex located 45 kilometers North East of the Hanoi airport was just announced. The latter is scheduled for opening in 2018.

Camp Granite Qui NhonQui Nhon: Halfway between Danang and Cam Ranh Bay lies the city of Qui Nhon. Like both other coastal towns Qui Nhon was used as a base by the Americans during the Vietnam War. Up until now however, only Danang and Nha Trang (Cam Ranh) offered any golf. This will all change soon. Last month saw the construction start at the 18-hole Nhon Ly Golf Links and "seven-star" resort in Qui Nhon. It is interesting how many of the locations of US bases just 50 years ago are giving way to golf destinations these days. More to come for sure!


*Penang Golf ClubPenang: One of the 3 original Malaysia Straits Settlements (the other two were Malacca and Singapore) is generating more golf buzz thanks in part to Tourism Malaysia and Penang Tourism's global publicity campaign. Penang, long recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and nicknamed Pearl of the Orient, is set to welcome more golfers to experience an exciting combination of golf, culture, sun, and sand. With 4 courses and daily non-stop flights golf in Penang makes for a very nice 2-center Beach & City golf holiday when combined with any of the nearby capital cities (e.g. Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, or Singapore).


*Marina Bay Golf CourseSingapore: It's not Singapore golf, it is golf in Sillypore! Check this out. Marina Bay Golf Course, the best public golf course in Singapore announces it is closing to make way for houses. However, all is not lost as before shutting down you can now cart around in the wackiest vehicles in Asia. Marina Bay now has a fleet of 80 "Vintage Cars" for cruising the fairways retro-style. This will be the first time that antique replica golf carts are used in Asia. Better yet all carts are outfitted with side mirrors, signal and head lights, and built-in cooler boxes to satisfy everyone. In addition to player's golf carts, Marina Bay now has its own ambulance golf cart with stretcher, first-aid supplies, and a siren and spotlight to attend to injured, ill, or intoxicated golfers. Hangover 3 anyone?

With that I wish all golf travelers a great start to summer and warmer weather for most ahead. (Sorry, Aussies and Kiwis, it is just the opposite for you.) The golf, culture and beauty of Asia continue to be perfectly suited for an unforgettable golf experience. Tailor-made itineraries fitting your specific needs, expectations and budgets are our specialty; contact us for a competitive quote.

Until the next month, happy golfing and I hope to see YOU in the area very soon!

Mark Siegel
Managing Director of Golfasian


- Asia Golf Week - Amateur Golf Weeks in Asia
Asia Golf Week

Our Cambodia Golf Week is gaining popularity each year with golfers looking to play some of the best courses in a destination that isn't known for its golf courses. The Cambodia Golf Week is based in Siem Reap and includes 8 nights' accommodation with 5 rounds of golf. We have allowed for extra rounds at the popular Nick Faldo-designed Angkor Golf Resort as we think the golf course needs to be played more than once. We also include a full day sightseeing the world famous Angkor Wat temples complexes.

The golf Week in Vietnam is in its second year and based on last year's comments from players many didn't know that Vietnam had so many good golf courses. Danang is the host city, and the golf courses are designed by golf notables such as Greg Norman (Danang Golf Club), Sir Nick Faldo (Laguna Lang Co) and Colin Montgomerie (Montgomerie Links) and all should be a stern test for golfers looking to test their skills on world class championship layouts.

To register for the Phuket Golf Week, please click this link
Other events throughout the year can be found on this link

- Golf Travel Insurance

Golf Travel InsuranceHave you thought about golf travel insurance for your trip? Golfasian has teamed up with Pacific Cross insurance to offer

  • Personal accident insurance up to USD 65,000
  • Medical treatment up to USD 75,000
  • Emergency Evacuation & Repatriation
  • Loss/Damage of Baggage up to USD 800
  • Hole-In-One up to USD 300
  • Loss/Damage of Golfing Equipment up to USD 2,000
  • And a lot more!

For more information visit our website.

- Hua Hin Properties - Luxury 5 Bedroom Golf Course Property

Hua Hin Golf PropertyA rare opportunity to own a luxury 5 bedroom golf course property. The home has a large outdoor terrace and is situated on a plot of some 2,400sqm. Swimming pool is 18x8 and can be viewed through the underground entertainment room holding wine cellar, darts and billiards table.

Parking for 4 cars, maid's quarters, storage. Outside has a private putting green, Jeux de boules! Really this place has it all.

Within the grounds of this golf course development are other facilities such as tennis, squash, badminton, fitness and snooker. The Golf Course currently has currently 18holes available and plans are in place to increase this with a further 9 holes. A great family home as well as a strong investment with growing Hua Hin.
Reduced from 26.9m to 24mTHB.

To find out more about how easy it is to purchase property and how the prices are comparatively much cheaper than those in the West, please contact the GM of our Property Division - Andy Dyett - [email protected].

Feel free to stop by our office and see what we can offer or take our property tour (free of charge).

For a complete listing of Thailand properties visit our website.

- Golf Travel Testimonials - Golf in Phuket

Golf in PhuketHi, my name is Denise Midgley. I am English but have been living in the Middle East for 8 years. I am a relatively new golfer having started only 2 years ago but have definitely got the bug. Currently I play off a handicap of 31 but it's going down month on month.

I am a member of Al Hamra Golf Club situated in Ras Al Khaimah in the UAE. It is a stunning Championship course measuring 7,325 yards, meandering around four inter-connected lagoons that merge with the Arabian Gulf.

This was my first trip to Thailand and I came with my husband plus another couple with whom we regularly play. Asia is only 7 hours flight time from the UAE so not such a trek. I had heard a lot of good reports about Thailand and the golf courses so did some further research and eventually selected Phuket. The price was the best that I could find. I spent a lot of time looking at different options... booking hotel/golf independently and going through agents; Golfasian came out superior. Ian Morgan, their Phuket Manager, advised me on the itinerary. We wanted everything to be taken care of so we could sit back and enjoy ourselves.

The group flew direct from Dubai to Phuket and were met at the airport by Golfasian who transferred us to the Pullman Arcadia; the rooms had a gorgeous view of the ocean

We were very lucky to be in Phuket during Thailand's Songkran New Year celebrations which everyone celebrates by showering each other in water; it was huge fun. We also visited various temples and an elephant sanctuary so it wasn't all about golf.

We played 4 courses: Mission Hills, Loch Palm, Laguna and Blue Canyon. Having caddies was a new experience and although we had researched what services they performed we were still unsure of what to expect; in the end pleasantly surprised. All ladies, they were very friendly and knowledgeable which made the golf even more enjoyable. The weather was a little humid, but because we live in the Middle East this was not a problem. The condition of each course was excellent. We are used to playing on quality courses in the UAE but Phuket golf did not disappoint. Everywhere was well managed and the backdrop beautiful. The various tee options meant that all levels of player were catered for with many challenging holes but still fair even for higher handicaps.

Golf in PhuketTo make the game interesting we scrapped handicaps from the start arriving at a number only after averaging out the scores for the first 3 days. For the final day at Blue Canyon we played an "Elephant Grave Yard" challenge. Once your shots are used up you "die", the winner being the last player alive. We bought little elephants for each member to have a photo with when they died. The winning prize was a large elephant and I am delighted to say I won the tournament; a good achievement for me against the lower handicappers. We also competed for various other small prizes so there was some excitement every day.

In conclusion we had a wonderful golf holiday made even more enjoyable by the professional and friendly services provided by Golfasian. Undoubtedly we will return.

[Read more testimonials...]

- Langkawi - A Destination Review

Langkawi - A Destination ReviewWell known worldwide as the destination of at least ninety nine exotic islands in Malaysia, Langkawi is the ultimate vacation spot that has luxurious resorts, features and services. Langkawi also has beautiful beaches as well primordial jungles overflowing with interesting plants and animals. Go back into history with the amazing tradition and tales of Langkawi.

Langkawi is famous for its fantastic snorkelling possibilities and other interesting vacation potential. You can also enjoy a nice round of golf at one of the elite golf courses. You will get a unique experience with the beautiful Andaman Sea at your back. At the moment Langkawi hosts three incredible courses.

[Read the entire destination review]

- Featured Golf Course - The Els Club Teluk Datai

(renovated scenic woodlands course is one of Malaysia's best)

The Els Club Teluk DataiThe Els Club Teluk Datai opened for play in 1992 and immediately put Langkawi on the map of premium golf destinations. In fact, The Els Club Teluk Datai was voted The Most Scenic Golf Course in Malaysia and nominated as one of the best golf resorts in Asia. The Els Club Teluk Datai was also voted Best Top Ten Golf Course in Malaysia by Asian Golf Monthly in 2009. In 2012-13 the course was completely renovated and reopened for play in 2014.

[Read more about one of Malaysia's Best Golf Courses]

- Featured Hotel - The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort, Langkawi

The Andaman a Luxury Collection Resort The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort, Langkawi is a sanctuary of relaxation. Executive Suites are designed with nature in mind and complemented by contemporary furnishings that exude style and elegance. Luxury Seaview Rooms offer a breathtaking panoramic view of the Andaman Sea. Located in a captivating tropical setting, the Andaman is tucked away between a 10 million year-old rainforest and an 8,000 year-old fringing coral reef. Voted as the "9th Best Beach in the World" by National Geographic, enjoy five star luxury in this unparalleled indigenous locale, only at The Andaman

[Read more about one of Malaysia's Best Hotels]

- Golf Trip Idea: Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi Golf Holiday - 10D/9N

Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi Golf Holiday - 10D/9NCombine the city with the beach in this popular golf package to Malaysia. Enjoy golf in the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur and relax in Langkawi at the beautiful beach - In between rounds explore the Malaysian culture and great food. With superb hotel options to choose from don't wait any longer and book your Malaysia golf holiday today. 

Recommended Hotels:

[Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi Golf Holiday - 10D/9N Itinerary...]

Asia Golf Specials
- Press Release: Golfasian and Go Golfing Partnership to Bring World Masters Golf Events to Asia

Golfasian and Go Golfing Partnership to Bring World Masters Golf Events to AsiaMay 20, 2015 Bangkok, Thailand -- Asia Pacific Golf tourism specialists Golfasian and Go Golfing, the market leaders in golf travel in Asia and Australia, have formed a strategic partnership to bring World Masters golf events to Asia.

World Masters championships, already held in Australia and Thailand with another to be staged in Vietnam this year, are week-long amateur tournaments combining golf, social and entertainment that are open to male and female golfers aged 35-plus with an official handicap. The competition is played over four rounds in age and handicap divisions under tournament rules.

The principals of the two companies – Mark Siegel of Golfasian and Peter McCarthy of Go Golfing – are planning future events in at least four premier oceanfront golf destinations, each expected to feature participants from more than 30 countries.

Tournaments will be held at each host region's top courses, with 5-star beachfront resorts to host accommodation and official functions.

Initial events announced for 2015 include the second edition of the Centara World Masters from June 14-20 in Hua Hin, Thailand and the inaugural Accor Vietnam World Masters from September 6-12 in Danang, Vietnam. Additional events are expected in 2016 at famous golf and holiday destinations, including Bali, Indonesia.

Go Golfing managing director, Peter McCarthy, said that after running World Masters events for 20 years in Australia, it was appropriate to broaden the format. "With 700 visitors expected for the Centara World Masters in Hua Hin next month, it is clear golfers, sponsors and tourism are keen for these events".

"Ask anyone who has played a World Masters tournament and you will understand why they are so popular," he added.

Golfasian managing director, Mark Siegel, said Asia's high service standards and excellent value for money made World Masters events highly attractive for club golfers, many of who travel long distances to compete.

"Participants play great courses, meet people from all around the world who often become close friends and experience the culture of countries and destinations they may have long wished to visit."

- Golf Course Maintenance Updates


  • Bangkok
    • Amata Spring Country Club - Course will be closed on 9 and 23 June for tournaments.
    • Lakewood Country Club - Course will be undergoing coring green during 1-30 June and will be closed on 5 and 7 June for tournaments.
    • Lam Luk Ka Country Club - Course will be closed on 19 June for tournaments.
    • Muang Kaew Golf Club - Course will be closed on 11 and 26 June for tournaments.
    • President Country Club - Course will be closed on 21 and 26 May for tournaments.
    • Riverdale Golf Club - Course will be closed on 4, 15, 17, 22, 24 and 30 June for tournaments.
    • Summit Windmill Golf Club - Course will be closed on 19 June for a tournament.
    • The Royal Gems Golf and Sports Club - Course will be closed on5 and 7 June for tournaments.
    • Vintage Golf Club - Course will be closed on 17 and 18 June for a tournament.
    • Windsor Park & Golf Club - Course will be closed on 19 and 24 June for tournaments
  • Hua Hin
    • Banyan Golf Club - Course will be closed on 13 (pre-tour), 15, 16 and 19 June for the Centara World Masters Golf Championship.
    • Black Mountain Golf Club - Course will be closed on 15, 18 and 19 June for the Centara World Masters Golf Championship.
    • Imperial Lake View Resort & Golf Club - Course A & B will be closed on 17, 18 and 19 June for the Centara World Masters Golf Championship.
    • Majestic Creek Country Club - Course will be closed on 15, 16 and 18 June for the Centara World Masters Golf Championship.
    • Springfield Royal Country Club - Course B will be closed from 17 March - 31 July for maintenance and on 17 June for the optional round of the Centara World Masters Golf Championship.
  • Pattaya
    • Greenwood Golf & Resort (Noble Place) - Course will be undergoing coring green from 1 - 15 June (course A) and 16 - 30 June (course B). Course will be closed on 19 and 26 June for a tournament.
    • Khao Khew Country Club - Course will be undergoing coring green from 1 - 14 June (course A) and 15 June - 17 July (course C). Course will be closed on 19 and 26 June for a tournament.
    • Laem Chabang International Country Club - Course will be closed on 5 and 10 June for tournaments.
    • Rayong Green Valley Country Club - Course will be closed on 10 and 19 June for tournaments.
    • Siam Country Club, Old Course - Course will be undergoing coring green on 8 June.
    • Siam Country Club, Plantation Course - Course will be closed from 1 June - 17 June for the 2015 Thailand Open.
    • Siam Country Club, Waterside Course - Course will be closed every Wednesday from May until the end of June for coring green.
  • Phuket
    • Blue Canyon Country Club, Canyon Course - Course will be undergoing coring green during 1 - 3 June.
    • Laguna Phuket Golf Club - Course will be closed on 21 June for a tournament.
    • Loch Palm Golf Club - Course will be closed for half a day (afternoon) on 6 June for a tournament.
    • Phuket Country Club - Course will be closed for verticut and top dress from 9 - 10 June.
    • Red Mountain Golf Club - Course will be closed on 10 June for a tournament, undergoing coring green on 1 - 2 September and will be closed on 31 October for tournaments.
  • Chiang Mai
    • Chiang Mai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort - Course will be closed on 13 and 19 for tournaments.
    • Gassan Khuntan Golf and Resort - Course will be closed on 7 and 27 June for tournaments.
    • Gassan Marina Golf Club and Resort - Course will be closed for renovations until the end of May 2016.
    • Mae Jo Golf Club - Course will be closed on 8 and 20 June and for half a day (afternoon) on 27 June, 11 July, 3 - 9 August and 10 October for tournaments.
    • Royal Chiang Mai Golf Club & Resort - Course will be closed on 6 June for a tournament.
  • Chiang Rai
    • Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club - Course will be closed on 10, 17 and 24 June for tournaments.


  • Danang
    • Danang Golf Club - Course will be undergoing fairway renovation from 1 - 30 September (will not affect play).
    • Laguna Lang Co Golf Club - Course will be undergoing verticut and top dress during 1 - 22 June.
    • Montgomerie Links Vietnam - Course will be undergoing maintenance during 1 - 4 June.


    • Glenmarie Golf & Country Club - Garden Course will be closed from 11 - 13 June for the Glenmarie Amateur Open. Course will be closed from 19 - 26 June and 6 - 12 July for maintenance.
    • Gunung Raya Golf Resort - Course will be closed from 8 - 11 June for the WAITGC Tournament and from 18 June - 10 July for maintenance.
    • Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club - Course will be closed from 8 - 11 October for the Sime Darby LPGA and from 29 October - 1 November for the CIMB Classic.
    • Nexus Golf Resort Karambunai - Course will be closed from 18 - 20 September for the 11th Karambunai Golf Amateur Open and on 8 August for the Carlsberg Golf Classics 2015
    • Saujana Golf & Country Club, Palm Course - Palm Course will be closed for maintenance until December 2015.
    • Templer Park Country Club - Course will be closed from 20 - 23 August for the Vascory Classics


    • All golf courses are in good condition


    • All golf courses are in good condition.
- Golf Tournaments

Thailand Golf TournamentsCentara World Masters Golf Championship - June 2015
Date: 14 - 20 June, 2015| Location: Hua Hin, Thailand [Find out more]

Cambodia Amateur Golf Week - August 2015
Date: 2 - 9 August, 2015| Location: Siem Reap, Cambodia [Find out more]

Golf Coast Vietnam Amateur Golf Week - August 2015
Date: 10 - 16 August, 2015| Location: Danang, Vietnam [Find out more]

Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship - September 2015
Date: 6 - 12 September, 2015| Location: Danang, Vietnam [Find out more]

Siam Country Club Pattaya Amateur Golf Week - October 2015
Date: 18 - 24 October, 2015| Location: Pattaya, Thailand [Find out more]

Chiang Mai Amateur Golf Week - October 2015
Date: 25 - 31 October, 2015| Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand [Find out more]

- Best of the Blog

The Opening Tee Shot – Some trickier than others

The Opening Tee Shot – Some trickier than othersI can't remember when I lost my first tee traumas. I remember having them; feeling super conscious about people watching and living in fear of a top, shank, massive slice (probably) or a huge pull. But they've gone, not because I'm a superb golfer but rather I have definitely gained in confidence since those days and as a single figure player I'm not supposed to have traumas…nerves maybe but not traumas. Importantly, I have also conditioned myself to be more positive in my approach to any shot, particularly that of the opening one.

Nevertheless, things aren't that straightforward and with all the positivity in the world some shots are more intimidating than others.  In general terms I'd rather not have a long par 3 to start with simply because long irons are the weakest part of my game and there just seems to be less margin for error and more likelihood of a bogey which isn't the ideal start; plus my short game needs "warming up" as it's the second weakest part of my game!  When I asked colleagues at Golfasian there was definitely a theme...water left and right of the landing area are a big psychological issue no matter how generous the fairway, particularly with a strong crosswind, although a long water carry off the tee wasn't worrisome and personally I'd rather grip it and rip it anyway.  Let's look at some examples and perhaps you can post some of your own...

[Read the entire article]

Other golf stories can be found at the Thailand Golf Zone, Vietnam Golf Zone and Phuket Golf Zone where there are over 600 other original articles dealing exclusively with golf in Asia and golf travel.

I would love to hear about any golf tips that any of you may have developed for getting the maximum enjoyment from your golf trips, and can incorporate some in future articles. Therefore if you have any golf tips or suggestions you would like to share, please let me know by dropping me an email.

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- Golfing Tips - It's Hot – Take Precautions

It's Hot – Take PrecautionsOne of the reasons people travel to Thailand for golf is for the great weather, but don't underestimate the heat.  Drinking plenty of water or electrolyte drinks is the first thing we should be doing but there are other common sense measures that can be taken.

We've seen people packing 7 rounds into an 8-day trip which might be alright if you are super fit but for us mere mortals a break somewhere along the line is probably a good idea. If not, take a cart just to give yourself some sort of relief. The other often overlooked aid is the trusty umbrella, which if you've arrived from Europe is probably more designed to keep the rain off. If so, invest in an anti-UV umbrella at your first pro shop; you'll be surprised at the impact it has on keeping your body temperature down. The caddy will happily carry it for you and hold it over your head whilst waiting for others to play their shots.

This isn't just about avoiding any sort of heat stroke, but also about keeping your concentration levels high later in the round. Follow these simple guidelines and not only will you enjoy your holiday more, you'll shoot lower scores.

[Read more Golf Tips Articles]

If you have any other questions regarding golf tips to help you with your game email us at [email protected] and we will reply in upcoming newsletters

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- Meet Golfasian at these Trade/Roadshows/Fam-Trips

-Golfasian has a full schedule of trade shows and roadshows during the next few months.

You can find us at the following events:

  • October 5 - 8 - International Golf Travel Mart (IGTM) (Tenerife)

Arrange an appointment with Golfasian at one of these exhibits.

- About Us & Contacts
GolfasianIf any reader would like to suggest a topic to be covered or better yet contribute materials, photos, or even commissions an article please contact us by e-mail, we welcome the help.


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  • Founder and member of Golf Coast Vietnam (GCV)
  • Member of Bali Golf Paradise (BGP)
  • Winner of Asia's Best Golf Operator of the Year 2014 Award
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