Do you eat, sleep, and breathe golf? Are you dreaming about the next time that you’ll be able to smash a golf ball down an endlessly green driving range? If so, then you should spend your next vacation at a golf resort! Not only are golf resorts an ideal place to perfect your drive, but their many luxurious amenities and recreational activities will keep your family entertained for hours on end. Here are the best golf resorts to visit for some well-deserved rest and relaxation!
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort – Attention all adventure seekers! With its harsh walking trails, rough coastal weather conditions, and remote location in the State of Oregon, this golf resort is not for the faint-hearted. On the other hand, while Brandon Dunes may not be a cushy resort, it is bound to delight you with its relaxing spa, roomy four-bedroom cottages, and succulent dining experiences!
Kiawah Island – If you’re in a relationship, then a trip to this South Carolina golf resort will not only provide you with the romantic getaway of your dreams! When you’re not improving your handicap on Kiawah’s 2021 PGA Championship golf course, you and your loved one can dine in more than a dozen world-class restaurants or visit the resort’s private tropical beach. You can also unleash your wild side in numerous aquatic sports such as boogie boarding and kayaking.
Pinehurst Resort – Do you dream of following in the footsteps of Arnold Palmer? If so, then Pinehurst Resort is for you! The home of multiple U.S. Open Championships, Pinehurst is more than a golfer’s paradise — it’s also a perfect holiday destination for the whole family. Take your family on a bike ride around the historic Pinehurst village, or delight your kids with a boat riding adventure on Lake Pinehurst!
Four Seasons Resort Orlando – Enjoy playing on a full 18-hole course while keeping your kids entertained at this breathtaking resort in sunny central Florida! Located at the Walt Disney World Resort, your kids can immerse themselves in the magic of Disney while you enjoy unlimited golf on a course nested between abundant wildlife and the precious protected wetlands of Florida.