Golf Cruise - It's the smell of freshly cut fairways on a cool summer morning. The ping of the ball as it connects with the club for a perfectly stricken shot. Rolling hills and rivers, lakes and streams that cut through the course. And enjoying a round with your closest friends.
When's the last time you really played a memorable round of golf?
When you take a golf barge cruise, you won't just play one round of golf that you'll remember for a lifetime, but several of them. Our barge vacations travel waterways throughout Europe, taking you and your companions to some of the finest golf courses in the world. No two courses are the same, in terms of layout, scenery, difficulty and location. But all of them will offer an amazing experience, no matter what skill level you are.
"As you walk down the fairway of life - smell the roses. For you only get to play one round." - Ben Hogan
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Golf's origins date back to 15th century Scotland. And the game's origins are still recognized every year when the professionals on golf's PGA Tour tee it up for the British Open major tournament, despite the game having garnered widespread success in the United States. If you've ever wanted to play a round in the golf motherland, then one of our European barge cruises is for you. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will permit you to play golf on some of the oldest and most prestigious courses in the world.
Tailored For You
We'll offer you a variety of choices along the way, so your trip will meet your needs and maximize your group’s enjoyment. Each day, you'll have a choice to golf and visit great historic sites along the way.
Here are just a few of the choices you'll encounter on our Scottish Gold Cruise:
- Golf at Royal Dornoch a Championship Golf Course. One of Scotland's famous links courses designed by Tom Morris. Dornoch dates from 1616 and is internationally acclaimed.
- Castle Stuart where you will play on the Championship Links Golf Course overlooking the Moray Firth
- Fort Augustus Golf Course, probably the only course in the world kept manicured by a herd of sheep! Featuring 9 holes in a challenging canal side setting.
"What other people may find in poetry or art museums, I find in the flight of a good drive." - Arnold Palmer
Golf is a fun game that combines mental toughness and physical coordination. But when was the last time that you really felt like your round was a special one? As Palmer says in the quote above, when was the last time you felt poetry in your drive? When was the last time you teed up at the first hole, then took a moment to really soak in the surroundings? Golf is a game, but it has the tendency to become routine for many players. Golf cruises in Europe are anything but routine and ordinary. They're golf rounds that will be remembered long after the barge cruise is over with.
"The most important shot in golf is the next one." - Ben Hogan
So whether you're an avid golfer who is always up to play a new course or take on a new challenge or a player who needs a pick-me up in their game, a luxury canal barge cruise is certain to whet your appetite and fuel your golf mojo. We offer a variety of different cruise packages to suit any level of golfer and any destination that is desired. All that's missing is you.
A football field is always 100 yards. Baseball is always played on a diamond. Basketball, always a court. The beautiful thing about golf is that no two courses are the same. Our European barge cruises offer you the opportunity to play some of the most iconic, from the Scottish highlands to Ireland and France.
Contact us today for more information on our golf canal and river cruises. It's a golf adventure you definitely don't want to take a mulligan on.