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Great Golf Magazine Launch Great Golf Adventures
In partnership with The Tailor Made Groups Company, Great Golf Magazine are now offering readers bespoke Golf Adventure Tours.
"These types of vacations are not for everyone says" Derek Moore, the owner of The Tailor Made Groups Company. "If you just want to play golf, then you are better off booking with one of the regular golf tour operators, but if you want a Great Golf Adventure, then we have something for you.
The concept came about after a chance meeting between Derek and Mike Stock, the founder of Great Golf Magazine. " This really is perfect" says Mike, the amount of times that one of our readers has said how fantastic it would be to experience exactly what the journalists do, those additional exciting extras that are so appealing and turn a holiday into something to talk about for years to come. Yes our holidays cost more than a last minute deal to some crowded resort in Spain for example, but they also include so much more, not to mention the fact the we provide having a personal tour guide to make sure everything runs smoothly".
The tours can be booked as part of a group or individually, there is even for example, the opportunity to have your own personal car to ferry you around as part of the India package.
Great Golf Adventures will be launched in the spring issue which is out in the first week of April. Initial offerings will include Great Golf Adventures in India which includes the chance to stay on a houseboat in Kashmir and play golf next to the Taj Mahal, Golf & Beer in the Czech Republic with trips to famous breweries, Historical Golf in Flanders with trips to First World War sites and actual golf courses on the original front line and Golf and Jungle in Thailand.
Upcoming Adventures will include Golf in Korea, Wild Golf and Istanbul, Golf & Fishing in Ireland, Morocco Golf and the Atlas Mountains and Golf and the Art of Chocolate making in a French Chateau,
"Keep an eye on the website", says Mike, "We will have many adventures in the pipeline. Even better, subscribe to the magazine and read the articles first".