Golfasian Wins World’s Best Golf Tour Operator Award Among Quartet of Accolades – Announces Strategic Global Expansion
BANGKOK, Thailand (October 23, 2023) — Golfasian, the premier name in Asian golf tourism, has outdone itself by winning an extraordinary four awards at the 2023 World Golf Awards ceremony held in Abu Dhabi. Among these accolades is the prestigious World’s Best Golf Tour Operator 2023 award, showcasing the company’s global leadership in the industry. Marking its 26th […]
The return of the Centara World Masters Golf Championship to Hua Hin is a boost for one of Thailand’s most popular beachside getaways, coming amid the broader easing of entry requirements and an ongoing pick-up in international tourism in 2022.
Sometimes it’s the little things that can make all the difference when traveling. It’s the small touches that together combine to make a lasting impression and stay with you long after you’ve arrived back home.
By Mark Siegel Why do golfers from all over the world choose Thailand over other destinations? The answer is as simple as ABC.
The Centara World Masters Golf Championship returns to Hua Hin in 2022 (8-14 May), and there’s a good many reasons to get excited about this year’s instalment.
With the current Google generation, golf has been competing with families, whose main source of exercise is using their fingers on a computer or mobile. How many Dad’s these days are shouting upstairs to their teenagers…Who wants to join me for a round of golf? So where is golf going into the next decade? Will […]
Have you ever wondered about the stroke index shown on your scorecard? A common misconception is that stroke index simply gives an indication of a hole’s difficulty. Learn more.
Golfers like tradition, and who has dreamed of playing St Andrews in Scotland, arguably the home of golf. Well as the British empire expanded across the world during the 19th Century, the Scots were being employed to build new factories, bridges and railroads, and in their spare time, decided that Asia could do with a […]
Back home, you get used to playing regularly at your local golf club. Just arriving on the 1st tee at an Asian golf course feels so different.
Photo by Robert van der Sluijs on Unsplash Local airlines often see us golfers as rich pickings when we check in with our golf bags, happily to charge us the excess baggage charge just for a 90-minute flight. So recently I decided to combine my short vacation to Penang, with an overnight train trip from […]