The European Tour has inspired a lot of us to take up golf seriously and aspire to become a professional golfer. Holidays Please, a UK based company has announced a 100 day tour that could claim to be the most expensive golf trip in the world and enable you to experience the life of a professional golfer on the European Tour. The proposed tour would cover all the top courses featured in the European Tour. The guests would be traveling by private jet and would be provided luxury accommodation in the best of hotels. Luxury always comes at a price and this golf tour also carries a price tag of a whopping £250,000.
The passionate golfers who find the tour too expensive can opt for the cheaper alternative which entails travel by commercial flights in first class. The rest of the privileges remain the same but the price is much lower at only £62,000 per person. If you opt for the private jet then only four people will be travelling in a jet with the most lavish interiors. The golfers will travel to 26 different countries and get the opportunity to test every fairway featured in last season’s European Tour, including this year’s Open Championship venue Hoylake at the Royal Liverpool Golf Course.
The European Tour is actually a misnomer because the event travels all across the world and has stops in destinations ranging from South Africa and the Middle East to India, the Far East, Australia and the USA. The golfers participating in the expensive tour will get the opportunity to visit some of the iconic courses such as St Andrews in Scotland, Wentworth in England, Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, Royal Melbourne GC and Leopards Creek. Guests on the tour will get to stay in some of the best hotels like the Grand Hotel Vienna, Atlantis the Palm Hotel Dubai, and the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain in Arizona. The luxury travel firm that has devised this tour has positioned it as a once in a life time opportunity that will enable you to create your very own piece of golf history.