golfscape is delighted to announce the signing of professional golfer, Madeleen Grosskopf, as the new Brand Ambassador. Madeleen will be representing golfscape during her practice and tournaments in Europe, Middle East, and Asia.
golfscape has put together a list of 5 world-class courses that you need to add to your bucket list.
It was a difficult selection process and the choices are based on course difficulty and location… you can’t beat a challenge amongst a tropical beach. Check out the courses that made it onto the golfers ultimate destination bucket list.
golfscape reviews Bali National Golf Club, Indonesia
A review of golfscape’s partner course, Bali National Golf Club, highlighting top features, key stats, and first-hand reviews from community members.
Bali National Golf Club’s Top Features:
Holes: 18 | Par: 72 | Length: 7,166 yards | Golf Season: April – October (Dry season)
The island of Bali in Indonesia is home to temples, volcanic mountains, beaches, coral reefs, and golf clubs. Bali National Golf Club is, without doubt, a luxurious golfing experience set in a gorgeous destination. The location is an Indonesian paradise that can feel like you are living within a dream. Continue reading →
golfscape reviews Oubaai Golf Club, George, South Africa
A review of golfscape’s partner course, Oubaai Golf Club, highlighting top features, key stats, and first-hand reviews from community members.
Oubaai Golf Course’s Top Features:
Holes: 18 | Par: 72 | Length: 7,125 yards | Golf Season: November- March
Established in 2005, Oubaai Golf Club is proud to be the first Ernie Els signature course in South Africa. Oubaai, ‘The Gem of the Garden Route’, home to an eco-friendly culture resulting in a natural paradise, and a home to an array of wildlife. Continue reading →
golfscape reviews Emirates Golf Club, Faldo Course
A review of golfscape’s partner course, Emirates Golf Club (Faldo Course), highlighting top features, key stats, and first-hand reviews from community members.
Emirates Golf Club, Faldo Course – Top Features:
Holes: 18 | Par: 72 | Length: 7,348 yards | Golf Season: Year-round
The Emirates Faldo Golf Course opened in 1996 under the name ‘The Wadi’, the Arabic word for ‘valley’. In 2005, golf legend Nick Faldo redesigned the course and created a layout that incorporates his trademark tees and bunkers. Continue reading →
If golfing and vacation both make you happy, you just might want to consider booking your next trip to Singapore. You might not realize this, but Singapore has the most golf courses per kilometer than any other country in the world. Whether you’re a beginner, a pro, or fall somewhere in between, here are six courses you will want to investigate.
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Featuring the world’s tallest building and sun that blazes throughout the year, Dubai is a tourist hot spot that offers activities, including worldclass golfing opporutunities, to suit all tastes. If you’re planning your first visit, you might wonder about some of the cultural differences from your hometown. From knowing where to drink alcohol to discovering how to dress, there are lots of ways to make your visit to Dubai enjoyable.
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golfscape is excited to announce a partnership with American Express, offering American Express Card Members in six Asian markets – China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam – 15% savings when booking tee times on golfscape.com for the first time, and 5% savings on subsequent bookings through the 31st of March 2018.
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36-hole resort underwent a major redevelopment and is ready for the world stage
2017 is shaping up to be a big year for Sentosa Golf Club. Two major professional tournaments will dot the event calendar in the first three months and the much anticipated Tanjong Course is slated to reopen its doors in March. The finished product will wow members, professionals, and visiting guests alike that should translate into both courses entering the World’s 100 Greatest as ranked by Golf Digest (the Serapong Course is currently 58th).
A staggering $32 million redevelopment to the Tanjong Course has spared no expense to ensure the facility is ready to welcome the next two decades of world-class events and millions of visitors to the exclusive island. The 36-hole resort will remain a semi-private facility with access to both courses, but restricted windows to play on the new Tanjong course. More flexibility to the visitor will be granted on the equally strong Serapong course.
A new way for Chinese and Japanese to book golf worldwide
For the first time, golf enthusiasts from China and Japan can book tee times at over 50 golf destinations in their mother-tongue. We have launched our Chinese and Japanese websites, with more languages to come.
This project came about as a reaction to the high demand of Asian golfers arriving at our platform to book golf around the world. It was clear customers wanted a richer experience in a language they understood. We responded by focusing on the concept of making sure Japan and China could book tee times as easily as English speakers.