Did you know that even the smallest regional private jets can still fit multiple sets of golf clubs? Basically, you have no excuse to not book a charter jet to these world-class golf destinations as soon as possible. You’re welcome…
Royal Dornoch Golf Club | Dornoch, Sutherland, Scotland
Golf dates back to 15th century Scotland, and the sport in Dornoch has a history of golf that historians trace back to 1616. The Royal Dornoch Golf Club has the top ranking championship course in the country and has one of the top 10 courses in the world. The club is also one of the oldest in the world, as it formed in 1877.
You’ll find the Royal Dornoch’s links course near the shores of the North Sea, in inimitable natural settings. The greens incorporate landscape, like the naturally raised plateaus, providing players with unique challenges. The club’s 18-hole Struie course with panoramic views of Dornoch First and the shore is enjoyable for players of all levels.
Laucala Island Resort | Taveuni, Fiji
Laucala Resort is home to one of the most remote and exclusive championship golf courses in the world. The island resort is a 50-minute private airplane ride from Nadi International. With less than 150 tee-offs throughout the year, Laucala’s course is the place to go when you want guaranteed privacy.
To preserve the island’s original character and remain environmentally sensitive, the par-72 layout integrates the natural challenging greens, undulating fairways and bunkers with as minimal impact as possible. The greens extend to the beach, making the 12th hole unique. If your shot is too far to the right during a high tide, you might get your feet wet.
For the ultimate private, uninterrupted golfing experience for you and up to 71 guests, rent out the entire island.
La Cantera Hill Country Resort | San Antonio, Texas
When you want to visit a course that’s a few hours away from home by air, charter a jet to the Alamo. Just north of San Antonio is La Cantera Hill County Resort with two courses that are renowned for their natural beauty and challenging settings. The Resort Course’s seventh hole is a favorite because of its 80-foot drop from the tee to the fairway.
Golf legend Art Palmer designed the resort’s par-71 Palmer Course—18 holes on nearly 7,000 yards of golfing heaven. If the diverse wildlife doesn’t distract you from keeping your eye on the ball, the view of the waterfalls at the fourth hole will.
Cypress Point Club | Monterrey, California
When you fly your private jet to Monterrey, don’t miss out on one of the most esteemed and exclusive golf courses in the world. Cypress Point Club provides 18 holes surrounded by the Del Monte forest’s cypress trees, sand dunes and the rocky Pacific Coast. Designed by Alister Mackenzie, Cypress Point consistently rates as one of the top three golf courses on the planet by major golf-related publications. Its signature 16th hole is a 231-yard shot toward the ocean, and golf enthusiasts often hail the back-nine as the sport’s holy grail. Keep in mind that the only way to get in some tee-time at the Cypress Point Club is to be a member or be invited by one.