Enjoy a Moët & Chandon experience aboard Scotland’s floating hotel Fingal
Scotland’s first floating hotel Fingal, berthed in the Historic Port of Leith, has partnered with Moët & Chandon for an exclusive evening.
13 June 2019
On-demand private jet charter market-place VICTOR launches The Ultimate Golf World Tour in partnership with exclusive golf travel specialist Golf.Extra.
Commencing November 2020, this tour has been carefully curated to provide golf enthusiasts with one unforgettable adventure by private jet, with back to back access to 15 exclusive golf courses across the world’s most desirable destinations, underpinned by 5-star dining and accommodation. Strictly limited to 60 places, VICTOR’s Ultimate Golf World Tour defines luxury sporting travel and total carbon emissions from the flights will be offset via VICTOR’s carbon offsetting programme.
Guests will be whisked between destinations in the comfort and style of an A340-VIP specially configured for optimal comfort. Direct connections, VIP terminals and short transfer times ensure seamless travel.
Relaxation between destinations is catered for thanks to lie-flat leather seats and separate lounge area. Each row is limited to two seats to guarantee aisle access and privacy. Fine food and beverages await with a highly personalised cabin crew service and in-air WiFi means passengers are always connected.
For non-golfing guests or for golfers in need of a break from the action on the fairway, a daily cultural programme offers an attractive alternative to explore each location. From riding camels in the Oman Desert to sailing under Sydney Harbour Bridge and a helicopter flight over New Zealand’s Milford Sound, the Golf World Tour is a truly unique way of exploring the far-flung corners of the globe.
1. Oman – 2 Courses – The Kempinski Hotel
The first stop takes guests to Oman’s capital Muscat, beautifully placed between mountains and ocean. Designed by Greg Norman, Championship course Al-Mouj Golf awaits along a 2km stretch of pristine coastline and is Oman’s first links style course. In contrast, Ghala Golf Club is set snugly into a valley surrounded by the iconic Al-Hajar mountains where narrow fairways challenge all levels of player.
2. Singapore – 2 Courses – The Ritz Carlton
The next leg of the journey unfolds at Singapore’s Sentosa Golf Club, home to The Serapong and The New Tanjong courses. Follow in the footsteps of Asia’s best golfers on The Serapong, known as the number one Championship golf course on the continent and home to the prestigious Singapore Open. The following day admire the view of metropolitan Singapore whilst tackling the large bunkers of The New Tajong Course.
3. Australia – 1 Course – The Langham
Flying to the South Pacific, three nights of Sydney’s city and coast awaits at The Langham and St Michael's Golf Club. This tough championship links course is set within the protected natural beauty of Botany Bay National Parkland, running along the stunning coastline.
4. New Zealand – 2 Courses - Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa
The tour continues to explore natural beauty and world-class golfing in Queenstown, New Zealand at Jack’s Point Golf Course and Millbrook Country Club, both designed around their natural landscapes. Jack’s Point offers an exciting challenge with 18 holes, five tee positions and a backdrop of 23,300 vertical metres of the Remarkables mountain range, whilst Millbrook proposes 27 holes and a variety of natural hazards, designed by Sir Bob Charles and renovated by Greg Turner.
5. Hawaii – 3 Courses - The Ritz-Carlton
From New Zealand, the tour moves to the Hawaiian paradise of Maui where the topography of the land paves the way for superb golf courses. Highlights include Kapalua’s Bay Course, famed for its breath-taking 17th hole played over the ocean and impressive history hosting some of the best players in golf; The Plantation Course, voted number one in Hawaii and located on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains; and the Gold Course at Wailea Golf Club, recognised for its preservation of historic lava rock walls and challenging holes.
6. North America – 2 Courses - Fairmont San Francisco
Continuing in a north-easterly direction to the US West Coast, San Francisco marks the fifth and penultimate stop. Admire Lake Merced whilst playing on the gently rolling peninsula at TPC Harding Park, a must-play course as host of the 2020 PGA Championship, before appreciating ocean views from nearly every hole at The Ocean Course at Half Moon Bay.
7. Mexico – 3 Courses - Fairmont Mayakoba
Spend the final days of the trip with some rest and relaxation, idyllically nestled between mangrove jungle and turquoise blue sea in Cancun and Riviera Maya. Experience El Camaleón Mayakoba’s constantly changing views as the course winds through three diverse ecosystems: the tropical Mayan jungle, mangrove wetlands and the Mexican Caribbean Sea coastline. For the final rounds, discover the challenging design of Nick Price at El Tinto Golf Course and Jack Niklaus’ 18 holes at Riviera Cancun Golf Club.
The Ultimate Golf World Tour is available from 72,500 Euros per person (approximately £64,000) on an all-inclusive basis. Includes excursions, golfing, accommodation and meals.
Departs from Frankfurt am Main Airport on 13th November 2020 and returns on 10th December 2020. Flights from an alternative European airport may be arranged and are included in the price. Flights departing from outside of Europe may be arranged at an additional cost.
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