Looking for a new adventure? Here are our favourite destinations for our International Golf Tours.

There’s nothing like the feeling of packing your clubs and heading for the airport, bound for an exotic golfing destination full of possibilities on a Signature Golf Tours International Golf Tour.

Our fully customisable International Golf Tours enable you to create the golfing experience of a lifetime. Handpick your destinations, select your bucket list courses, and craft the ultimate golf adventure that suits your unique desires.

Whether you’re seeking the iconic fairways of St. Andrews or the lush greens of Pebble Beach, we’re here to turn your golfing dreams into reality. With our expertise and your preferences, the possibilities are endless.

Get ready to tee off on your tailored golf journey. Explore our self guided International Golf Tours now!


Bali, renowned for its captivating beaches and vibrant culture, is also a hidden gem for golf enthusiasts. Nestled amidst its lush landscapes, Bali offers an extraordinary golfing experience that combines world-class courses with breathtaking views.

Let Signature Golf Tours take care of your next International Golf Tour to Bali, where fairways meet paradise, and each swing is a moment of pure bliss. Whether you’re a seasoned golfer or a beginner, Bali’s golf courses are a golfer’s paradise waiting to be discovered.

Must play golf courses;


New Kuta Golf Club

New Kuta Golf is a 85 hectares championship standard course and the first links style layout in Indonesia. It will challenge both the low handicapper and reward the novice. With five sets of tees, there’s enough variety to ensure a satisfying experi-ence for all skill levels.

Located on the southwestern rim of the island’s Bukit Peninsula, within the Pecatu Indah Resort grounds. Perched above a limestone cliff, over-looking stunning Dreamland and Balangan Beach. 20 Minutes driving dis-tance from the International Ngurah Rai Airport.

Landscape Natural desert-like vegetation with native trees, a semi Scottish rough of existing shrubs, long grass and creepers. This 18 hole and 72 par course is designed by Ronald Fream, David Dale & Kevin Ramsey (USA)

Bali National Golf Club

Bali National Golf Club is located in THE MAJ NUSA DUA, The Nusa Dua tourism complex who offers a number of star rated hotels, two Convention Centers, a Shopping Center, Restaurants and a Museum, sitting alongside over three miles of white sand beaches. Whether you are a beginner, a pro or just a casual weekend golfer looking for a relaxing Bali golf holiday, Bali National Golf Club is an experience not to be missed.

With only a 20-minute drive through Bali Mandara toll road from Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport, Bali National Golf Club offers visitors to Bali a truly luxurious golfing experience with the redesigned Bali National Golf Club which has three distinct playing environments throughout the 18-hole course.

Holes 1 through 9 feature creeks, canyons and native vegetation filled with tropical birds, whilst holes 10 through 16 offer the golfer lush gently sculptured fairways through a mature grove. Finally the island green hole 17 and lakeside hole 18 are the challenging finishing holes to test every golfer.

Handara Golf and Country Club

Spanning across 120 hectares of lush greenery in a serene mountain retreat, Handara offers a one-of-a-kind golfing experience. With 18 holes and numerous awards and championships under its belt, the resort boasts a pioneering legacy that has set a high bar for others to follow. Whether you’re an avid golfer or a beginner, Handara’s championship course is sure to leave you awe-inspired by its natural beauty and challenging terrain.

The 18-hole championship golf course designed by Australians Peter Thompson and Michael Wolveridge.

Bukit Pandawa Golf & Country Club

With 18 championship caliber par-3 holes, Bukit Pandawa Golf & Country Club is the first golf course of its kind in Bali, if not in all Southeast Asia. While the par-54 layout is a time-saver with a typical round lasting in just 120 minutes, it is not short on its own challenges.

Set across a limestone clifftop as it meanders through dramatic rock outcroppings, terraced rice paddy field, the course in itself   is an art savor with the spectacular white sandy beach and the Indian Ocean as its backdrop. The plethora of bunkers and strategic waterfalls sprinkled into this latest creation of Bob Moore, have redefined golf unto a new pedestal of harmony and balance.


Nestled in the heart of the Riau Archipelago, Batam Island is a golfing haven waiting to be discovered. With its lush fairways, scenic coastal views, and world-class golf courses, Batam promises an exceptional golfing experience. At Signature Golf Tours, we invite you to explore the charm of golf in Batam through a fully customisable International Golf Tour for yourself and your friends.

In addition to the golfing excitement, Batam boasts a selection of exquisite resorts that offer not only comfortable accommodation but also the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. From beachfront retreats to luxurious spa resorts, these accommodations elevate your golf tour into an all-encompassing holiday. Discover the best of both worlds – unparalleled golfing and premium resort living – with our customized golf tours in Batam. Get ready to tee off and unwind in style!

Then there is a wide selection of food for the hungry; live seafood, authentic Indonesian or local Chinese dishes to tempt the taste bud of every visitor. The many luxury hotels in Batam are well within reach, all being a 25-minute drive to the seven golf courses.

Batam is ideally situated for travellers, being less than a one-hour ferry ride from Singapore.

Must play golf courses;


Indah Puri Golf Resort

Nestled amidst luscious greenery and ringed by azure blue waters, the setting of our Golf course is just picture perfect. The course is designed by world renowned golf architect Ronald Fream to the most exacting international standards of play.

Each of the 18 holes of the championship course is distinctive and individual with its own special character for added challenge. It has 18 superb greens and fairways that hug one of the most beautiful terrains on Batam Island. Running parallel with the beach one moment, dog-legging scenic lakes and bunkers the next, spreading over 80 hectares of manicured landscape.

Palm Springs Golf & Beach Resort

Palm Springs Golf & Country Club is owned by Sinar Mas Land Ltd and listed in Singapore Stock Exchange. Sinar Mas Land is one of the biggest property group in Indonesia and part of Sinar Mas Group.

Sinarmas Land also owned and operates Palm Resort & Country Club in Johor, Malaysia and Country Club in Karawang – West Java. The first nine hole was opened on 1989 known as Talvas Golf & Country Club,

make it a premiere golf Resort in Batam, then fully completed on 1995 into 27 holes with the name of Palm Springs Golf & Country Club. On 2002 Palm Springs reconstructs and redesigns Palm Course and make it one of the most beautiful and challenging course in South East Asia.

Situated in spectacular view of beautiful beach of Nongsa with Singapore skyscrapers in the background. This 27 Challenging holes golf course was designed by world known Larry Nelson and IMG ( International Management Group ).

Integrating slopes and breathtaking view become a hallmark of this golf course, well known as a resort course with spectacular sea view and undulating terrain, the 230 hectares location overs both beginners and professionals alight three ideal course ( Island course, Resort course and Palm course ) to swing into action. You can choose your own combination of 18 holes, or even 27 to go with our three courses combination.

Batam Hills Golf Resort

The Batam Hills Golf Course can be found in North-Western region of Batam near the Waterfront City. It is one of the most luxurious golf courses in the island. The golf resort has devoted 80 hectares to its 18 hole championship golf course designed by Max Wexler, it is designed to challenge the needs and expectations of both low handicapped golfers as well as high handicapped players.

With Bermuda grass being favoured for both fairways & greens there are various different challenges all round the 6145 meter course including sloping fairways, water hazards, strategically placed bunkers and dog legs. The front 9 turns right around the clubhouse and brings you through a genuine jungle environment it provides holes with rolling and tree-lined fairways. The back 9 located in front and to the left of the clubhouse, is open and less hilly offering wide fairways and exciting challenges.

The newly renovated clubhouse provides panoramic views over the course has a picnic and barbecue area, Batam Hills also offer sauna & massage facilities, tennis courts, jungle/jogging treks and a swimming pool.

Padang Golf Sukajadi

Padang Golf Sukajadi is a 18 hole championship course originally designed and created by reputed golf course designer Thomson, Wolveridge & Perrett. Due to the latest development, the course was later altered and renovated by PT. Flora Tjipta Sarana, Jakarta. Opened in 2009, Padang Golf Sukajadi is a semi private club and member of International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO), the global trade organization for the golf tourism industry.

Padang Golf Sukajadi is one complex with Radisson Golf & Convention Center Batam, a new build hotel with 240 rooms and suites. Located strategically in the heart of Batam city, offers golfers great accessibility. It takes 15 minutes from Hang Nadim Batam international airport, 10 minutes from Batam Center international ferry terminal and 10 minutes from downtown of Batam.

The Par 72 Padang Golf Sukajadi measures 6,340 meters with four different tee locations (Black, Blue, White and Red tees) to suit golfers of all abilities. The grass used on the course is Salam Seashore Paspalum, will be the perfect club to host a professional golf event.

Padang Golf Sukajadi has been rated #2 in 2014 Batam course rating by Golf Digest Singapore. Padang Golf Sukajadi hosted the 1st Indonesia Golf Association Amateur Open Golf Championship in 2010, the 31st Indonesia Ladies Amateur Open Golf Championship in 2015 and 24th Indonesia Men Amateur Open Golf Championship in 2017.

Southlinks Country Club

Situated on the tropical island of Batam, the Southlinks golf course is an 18-hole Par 72 championship course designed for golfers who love a challenging time on the green. It offers breathtaking views of the island’s coastline where you can see Singapore’s spectacular skyline in the north, and the picturesque city of Nagoya in the east.

The course was initially designed by Japan’s renowned Mr Hisamitsu Ohnishi, who has an excellent track record that includes several world-class courses in Japan. By blending the lush woodlands and undulating plains, nature is left virtually undisturbed and you can play in a peaceful and refreshing atmosphere.


Welcome to the enchanting world of golf in Bintan Island, a gem in Indonesia’s Riau Archipelago. At Signature Golf Tours, we’re thrilled to introduce you to our customised International Golf Tours to Bintan Island, designed for golf nuts like you who are looking for a unique golf experience to brag about to your golf buddies.

Bintan is not just a golf destination; it’s a golfing haven, offering a unique combination of challenging courses and stunning coastal vistas. Our golf tours in Bintan promise unforgettable fairway adventures, with each swing taking you closer to the golfing experience of your dreams.

But it’s not just about the golf; it’s also about where you rest your head after a day on the greens. Bintan boasts a range of luxury resorts that redefine the art of relaxation. From seaside escapes to opulent spa retreats, our handpicked resort partners ensure your stay is as memorable as your time on the course.

Must play golf courses;


Ria Bintan Golf Club

Prepare for a truly distinctive experience. You’ll see why Gary Player ranks Ria Bintan as one of his top 10 favourite courses out of the over 300 courses he has designed. Established in 1998, Ria Bintan Golf Club is today one of Asia’s top golfing destinations, attracting golfers from around the world with two beautiful courses designed by golf legend, Gary Player.

The award-winning 18-hole Ocean Course unfolds next to the South China Sea, offering tantalising ocean views, while the 9-hole Forest Course set amidst mature woodlands tests your mettle with its various bunkers and fairways.

Ria Bintan Golf Club has been consistently named the best golf course in Asia and Indonesia, and has played host to numerous regional events, including the annual Ria Bintan Open.

Laguna Bintan Golf Club

Laguna Golf Bintan is an 18-hole, par 72 golf course, set within 60 hectares of a tropical paradise. With the winding diverse terrains of forestlands, natural wetlands, and beachfront coconut groves, It’s truly paradisal golf club for every golfers!

 Laguna Golf Bintan, designed by Greg Norman, provides a pure inspiration for aspiring and seasoned golfers alike.

The golf course starts with unique sea views on holes 2 to 4, then wraps around the tranquil lagoons of holes 6 to 8, before challenging golfers with a winding uphill 9th hole par 4 played towards the clubhouse.

Holes 10 to 15 play through dense jungle and the unique rock formations. The highlight of the golf course is still yet to come, as the long par 4, hole 16 plays through the jungle back towards the sea. Arriving at the penultimate signature hole 17, golfers are challenged to play directly over the spectacular natural rock formations, from a tee perched over the sea.


Welcome to the tropical paradise of Hawaii, where golfers’ dreams come true amidst breathtaking landscapes and world-renowned courses. At Signature Golf Tours, we’re thrilled to introduce you to the enchanting world of golf in Hawaii, where every swing is a celebration of both the game and the stunning surroundings.

Hawaii, with its diverse islands, is a golfer’s haven, offering a tapestry of championship courses to challenge and captivate players of all levels. Whether you’re teeing off on the lush fairways of the Kapalua Plantation Course in Maui, enjoying the dramatic views at the Princeville Makai Golf Club in Kauai, or experiencing the stunning beauty of Hawaii Prince Golf Club on O’ahu, Hawaii promises an unparalleled golfing experience.

But the magic doesn’t stop at the greens. Hawaii’s luxurious resorts and hotels redefine comfort and hospitality. From the elegance of the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai to the coastal charm of the Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s North Shore, your stay in Hawaii will be as memorable as your golf rounds.

Make your next International Golf Tour one to truly remember with a trip to Hawaii.

Must play golf courses;




Kapalua Resort – Plantation & Bay Courses

Playing the Plantation Course is sure to be on every golfer’s bucket list.

Designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, the course was designed on a grand scale in keeping with its location on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains and offers dramatic ocean views from virtually every hole. Its lengthy 7,596 yard par 73 layout challenges the pros but it’s wide fairways and generous greens make it very playable for the average golfer.

With dramatic elevation changes, this course offers plenty of downhill tee shots. You’ll feel like one of the pros when – with the aid of the aggressive slope of the 18th fairway – you will enjoy hitting one of the longest drives of your life. The Plantation Course is the site of the PGA TOUR’s Sentry Tournament of Champions each January featuring an elite field of previous year’s PGA TOUR winners.

The field has included golf greats such as Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Davis Love III, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Jon Rahm and many more. The course record is set at 61 and tied between Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, and Matt Jones from the 2022 Sentry Tournament of Champions.

The Kapalua Bay Course is a championship course that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Known for its 17th hole, the only hole to play over the ocean on Maui.

The Bay Course opened in 1975 and in that time has hosted over 20 major professional tournaments – the most of any neighbor island course in the state of Hawaii. From the first live prime-time televised event in golf at the 1983 Kapalua International to the Kapalua LPGA classic some 25 years later, The Bay Course has consistently faced the best players in golf and withstood the test of time and technology.

Great champions and stories have emerged here, such as Greg Norman’s first win on America soil, Ian Woosnam and David Llwellyn’s thrilling victory for Wales in the World Cup of Golf and Morgan Pressel’s nail-biting win at the Kapalua LPGA classic. Two of the most popular PGA players ever, Fred Couples and Davis Love III, have each earned victories here – twice.

The Bay Course should certainly be on the “must play” list for any golfer visiting Maui.


Wailea Golf Club – Blue, Emerald & Gold Courses

Three award-winning courses, plenty of sunshine, and gorgeous vistas from every hole – there’s more golf to enjoy at Wailea Golf Club than at any other resort in Hawaii.

The championship Wailea Gold is both beautiful and energizing, named among the best resort courses in America since the day it opened. Its thoughtful and rugged design takes advantage of the terrain’s natural undulations, and carefully incorporates historic Hawaiian elements including centuries-old lava rock walls.

While the Gold is the most challenging of Wailea’s trio, 4 to 6 tee boxes on every hole make it a suitable track for varying skill levels.

Wailea’s original layout, the Blue is a classic island resort course designed by Arthur Jack Snyder and loved by long-time fans for its charm and challenge. Its sloping fairways, strategically placed bunkers and sometimes perplexing greens offer risk-reward choices that make it a fun play, time and again.

An added bonus: fabulous vistas of Wailea, Mt. Haleakala, the ocean, and Maui’s neighboring isles unfold as you play, making a great round even better.

Wailea’s Emerald is frequently lauded for being easy on the eyes and fascinatingly fun. Honored for its women- and couples-friendly features, the course was masterfully designed by Robert Trent Jones II to be fun for virtually every player – delighting your senses while testing your club selection and ball placement skills.

The double green on #10 and #17 is worth taking an extra moment. A serene lake and fabulous ocean backdrop make it one of the prettiest spots anywhere.


Ka’anapali Golf Course – Royal & Kai Courses

The Royal Ka’anapali Course is one of only two courses in all of Hawaii designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The architect took advantage of the rolling landscape to create gently sloping fairways and large contoured greens to ensure a challenging approach to each hole. Stretching 6,700 yards, this par 71 course will challenge your club selection and putting skills. The Royal Ka’anapali Course begins at sea level with a par 5 hole extending 550 yards. The course hugs the shoreline before winding its way to the West Maui Mountain foothills. Arnold Palmer called the 18th hole (par 4) one of the best and most challenging finishing holes he’d ever played. The 449-yard hole plays longer than it looks, hugging the brackish water canal the entire length of the fairway and green, making it a memorable last hole.

You become a part of this beautiful history as you make your way around our playground. Breathtaking views from our sloping vistas reveal the islands of Lanai and Molokai in the distance. The tropical tradewinds will keep you cool during your round, and rainbows you will see remind you that our home is a special place.

As you journey through the Royal Course, notice the historical plaques on each tee, sharing our history and stories of Kā’anapali. The course will take you Makai (Oceanside) and then bring you into the West Maui Mountain foothills (Mauka) with stunning panoramic views.

Along many holes on the Ka’anapali Kai Course lie natural canals, gulches and lava rock boundaries. The course is landscaped with native flowers along the trails like the hibiscus, bougainvillea and plumeria, as well as the Norfolk Pines and coconut trees that border many fairways. These features are part of what makes the course most enjoyable. Ka’anapali Kai Course was redesigned by Hawaii’s most prolific golf course architect, Robin Nelson. This course focuses on strategy of your round, not necessarily distance or strength, which is why this course is enjoyed by both the beginner and avid golfer.

Ka’anapali Kai Course was originally created as an executive course and was later redesigned by architect Arthur Jack Snyder in 1976. At 6,400 yards, the par 70 course is a more forgiving golf course with subtle, undulating greens that accommodates all levels of play. The land on which Ka’anapali Golf Courses was founded, originally housed a sugar cane plantation.

Once the vacation place of the Royal Chiefs of Maui it was the perfect escape for royalty who enjoyed many games including a form of lawn bowling using stones on what are now the fairways of the Kā’anapali Kai Golf Course.

Your journey today begins Makai (Oceanside), then takes you into the foothills of the West Maui Mountains (Mauka), offering breathtaking views of our Kai (Ocean) and neighboring islands. Experience Kā’anapali.


The Dunes at Maui Lani

The Maui is unique to the rest of Hawaii because it is actually made up of the remains of two volcanoes linked together by a valley or isthmus formed by the receding sea. Hence the name “Valley Isle.” The Dunes is the only golf course in Hawaii built on naturally occurring dune terrain.

Minimal earth-moving occurred when The Dunes was designed, which was a departure from the modern-day American course architecture that has ruled for much of the last century.

Instead, its architect, Robin Nelson, used the land itself as inspiration for the course’s design. It is, in many ways, a throwback to the way courses were made centuries ago; only in this instance The Dunes enjoys the advantages of today’s technologies, like irrigation. It is the perfect blend of old- and new-world ingredients!




Mauna Kea Resort – Mauna Kea Golf Course & Hapuna Golf Course

Mauna Kea Resort’s two award-winning 18-hole championship golf courses have set the standard for play and for environmental sensitivity in Hawai‘i golf for generations.

Check off your bucket list at the legendary Mauna Kea Golf Course, created in 1964 by Robert Trent Jones Sr. on what was once a barren black lava field. Today, lush fairways tumble across seaside cliffs with unfolding ocean and coastal views. Elevated, undulating greens and prevailing coastal winds demand accuracy, while the epic over-the-ocean signature 3rd hole guarantees an unforgettable day of play.

Mauna Kea Resort also boasts the Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay-designed Hapuna Golf Course which opened to play in 1992. With dramatic elevation changes from sea level to 750 feet and Kohala Coast ocean views and majestic island views from every hole, this fun links-style course measures in at just under 6,900 yards. Its unique design makes it a favorite among visitors and kama‘aina alike.


Mauna Lani Golf Club – North & South Courses

The North Course represents the quintessential golf experience on the Island of Hawaii. Built on a lava bed, the North is characterized by 18 holes of rolling terrain punctuated by Kiawe (mesquite) forests. A 230-acre protected archaeological district lies on the northern boundary of the golf course.

No.17, a par three tucked into a natural lava amphitheater, is the resort’s signature hole and a favorite “I was here” photo spot. This course has become one of the most popular tournament venues on the Island.

Mauna Lani South Course, snakes through the stark, rugged a’a lava of the prehistoric Kaniku lava flow. This challenging 18 hole course, offers the golfer a panorama of mountain and ocean views.

It is also home to No. 15, one of the most photographed over-the-water golf course holes in the world. For 10 years, this was the host venue to the annual Senior Skins Game from 1990 – 2000.


Waikoloa Beach Resort Golf

World renowned golf has long been associated with the Kohala Coast, and Waikoloa Beach Resort is no exception. Home of “Hawaiʻi’s Premiere 27-Hole Golf Experience,” Waikoloa Beach Resort Golf is comprised of the Beach Nine, Lakes Nine, and Kings’ Nine presents a unique opportunity for golfers to design their own golf experience.

The Beach Nine is a must-play, featuring generous landing areas from the tee boxes and large greens surrounded by low-lipped bunkers to reward the social golfer. Skilled and avid players can be aggressive and be rewarded with multiple birdie opportunities. Hole #6 is the highlight of this loop, a par-five that plays on an emerald ribbon of fairway between black lava fields down to the ocean, then takes a hard dogleg-left to a putting surfaced ringed by swaying palm trees and backed by Pacific waves, creating one of the most beautiful and memorable holes in Hawaii.

The Kings’ Nine provides a completely different playing experience. A Scottish links-style layout, the Kings’ Nine features wide fairways and wider views of Mauna Kea in the background. Native grasses and pot bunkers add a degree of drama and strategy to shot-making. The signature hole on this loop is #5, a risk/reward par-four of only 277 yards. Better players might consider going for the green, but trouble lurks left and short in the form of a fairway-long sand bunker and massive lava boulders. A truly memorable hole on a truly memorable course.

The Lakes Nine winds its way through the heart of the resort, taking its name from the bodies of water that come into play on five of the nine holes. This classic resort-style layout, part of the original Beach Course built back in 1980, will not beat you up with length, but does require strategic shots to avoid lava and water trouble. The lava beds in this area of the resort created some natural elevation changes that were neatly incorporated into the design. Hole #8 is a fun and scenic par-three hole with a water carry to reach the receptive green and a towering wall of lava as a backdrop.


Kona Country Club

Kona Country Club has been designed by William Bell and sits along the Pacific Ocean with stunning mountain views. This beautiful golf course has breathtaking Kona coastline views, trails of ancient lava flow and is enriched with Hawaiian culture and wild life. This Big Island golf course can be enjoyed by both beginners and advanced golfers.

Built in 1966, this William Bell designed course maintains its charm by incorporating natural settings along the Pacific Ocean. Be ready to take a picture on our signature holes #3 and #12. Enjoy seeing the grand splash on hole #13 where you will see the blow hole known as “puka” in Hawaiian. Keep a lookout for Humpback whales during November through March.

Home of LPGA Takefuji Classic in 2000 and 2001, this 18 hole championship course offers wide, lush fairways, Bermuda grass greens and numerous sand bunkers.


Hualalai Golf Course

Crafted with sensitivity to its unique environment, our 18-hole Jack Nicklaus–signature championship course winds over 7,100 yards, beginning in a lush oasis that flows across bright-green fairways contoured against black lava, then returns to the ocean for the final holes.

Hualalai Golf Course is the home of the annual Mitsubishi Electric Championship, a golf tournament on the PGA Tour Champions in Hawaii. The event packs a roster fan favourites – winners from past seasons, winners of majors since 2018 and additional professionals with five or more career victories, including one major.




Princeville Makai Golf Club

The renowned Princeville Makai Golf Club at Princeville Resort is a Robert Trent Jones Jr. design, which opened in 1971 and was redesigned in 2009. The Makai Course winds it way around serene lakes, native woodlands and the spectacular coastline with views of Bali Hai and Hanalei Bay. The course plays to a par 72 with six different sets of tees that can be stretched to more than 7,200 yards from the tips.

The renovation by Robert Trent Jones Jr. features the introduction of Seashore Paspalum turf grass on to all fairways and greens, providing spectacular playing surfaces for golfers of all skill levels. Additional improvements include the reconfiguring greens complexes and green surrounds, as well as bold reshaping of all bunkers. The signature 7th hole on the Makai Course plays to 213 yards from the back tees. It consists of a challenging tee shot over scenic cliffs, onto to a green which is surrounded by brilliant white bunkers and surreal views of the mountains and Pacific Ocean.

The practice facility at Princeville Makai Golf Club has also been improved to include two large new practice tees, a practice fairway bunker, seven target greens with bunkers, a teaching tee, and short game practice complex. Princeville Makai Golf Club offers new Callaway Golf rental clubs for men, women and juniors who want to enjoy the best equipment in golf.


Ocean Course at Hokuala

“I think of Kauai as a laid-back tropical paradise. The island is more quaint and less commercial than Oahu and Maui. I put forth my best effort in the design process. The quality of conditioning, maintenance, and playing experience is important to me. It all reflects on my name and brand. It’s reassuring Timbers Resorts is willing to make a commitment to ensure that the product I have produced is taken care of, enjoyed, and thought well of for generations to come.” – Jack Nicklaus

One signature hole after another. One picture postcard after another. Here, where the ocean meets the land, is as good as a golfer’s life gets. The Ocean Course at Hokuala has been completely renovated in anticipation of your visit, making Hokuala the premier golf resort on Kauai, Hawaii.

“The 16th hole at the Ocean Course at Hokuala is a standout. Be careful playing the drivable par-4. It challenges you to make the right club selection. If your tee ball travels down the slot, then you have a chance to drive it on the green and putt for an eagle. A tee shot miss and you have an awkward pitch to the green. The smart play is usually to hit a hybrid or a 3-iron, leaving you a little wedge down to the green.” – Jack Nicklaus


Puakea Golf Course

Designed by architect Robin Nelson, the course is resort quality and built on more than 200 acres of historic property, which was once a sugar cane plantation.

Sports Illustrated stated the Puakea Golf Course “is too spectacular to keep off our list…dramatic in the extreme, the course offers fabulous views of the Pacific and is built amid volcanic cliffs, massive ravines, giant sinkholes and lush tropical undergrowth.”

The 18-hole, par 72 layout offers a variety of looks for golfers of all skill levels. Puakea has rolling mounds, strategic bunkering, water features, and a spread of foliage that shape it’s 6,954 yards.


Poipu Bay Golf Course

Sprawled between lush mountains and rugged ocean cliffs on Kauai’s sunny South Shore, Poipu Bay Golf Course boasts 18 championship holes with seashore paspalum greens that are as visually stunning as they are challenging. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Poipu Bay is one of the most highly acclaimed resort courses in the Pacific. From 1994 to 2006, the course played host to the annual PGA Grand Slam of Golf, one of the most prestigious tournaments in the golf world. A round at Poipu Bay Golf Course affords you the opportunity to experience the sheer pleasures and daunting challenges of a course recognized as one of America’s finest and to “play where champions play.”

Poipu Bay’s 210 oceanfront acres meander along rugged coastline featuring 85 bunkers, five water hazards and wildly varying trade winds, all of which combine to make the course one of the most intriguing and spectacular golf experiences in the U.S. The ocean-links style course includes over 30 acres of tropical plants and flowers, and pleasant distractions abound: panoramic vistas tempt you to stop and get utterly lost in the scenery; Hawaii’s endangered native nene geese frequent the links; and in winter months, humpback whales spout offshore. Your greatest challenge at Poipu Bay may be simply to keep your concentration on the game!

The golf course is home to a number of significant historical sites—cultural treasures that are protected and maintained by Poipu Bay staff. The course was designed around several ancient Hawaiian heiau (places of worship) and handmade stone walls, estimated to date back over 500 years. Golfers are forbidden to enter these culturally-sensitive areas or play balls from them. In ancient times, heiau were built specifically on sites deemed to have the most mana, a spiritual power that emanates from sacred places.


Kiahuna Golf Club

Kauai Golf means golf surrounded by the lush, natural beauty of Kauai at the Kiahuna Golf Club in beautiful, sunny Poipu Beach. World renowned architect, Robert Trent Jones II, skillfully included many ancient remnants of an authentic Hawaiian village into his design, where you will experience the course’s beauty and a sense of the enduring history of the islands and Kauai.

Kiahuna Golf Club offers challenging resort golf within a fascinating area of ancient Polynesian archeology. Enjoy your game surrounded by the lush, natural beauty of Kauai and its historic, Hawaiian culture.




Turtle Bay Resort – Palmer Course & Fazio Course

Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, this course was rated one of Golf Magazine’s “Top 10 New Courses” in America and ranked 4th among Golf Digest’s “Best New Resort Courses in America” when it opened in 1992. Today, the Palmer Course is consecutively ranked the #1 Public Access Golf Course on Oʻahu. It features two very distinct experiences.

The front nine will challenge golfers with a Scottish Links style layout, while the back nine has a more tropical setting as it winds through verdant landscapes. The course forms a horseshoe around the Punahoʻolapa marsh, an unspoiled 100-acre wetland and bird sanctuary. Water comes into play on 14 of the Palmer holes. The signature 17th hole offers panoramic ocean views from the green while the hole is dotted with nine bunkers, which makes it as challenging as it is scenic.

This par 72 course measures 6,225 yards from the resort tees. When played from the Palmer (black) tees, this 7,218-yard seaside course presents a stiff challenge to even the best players. Sand traps are plentiful, with more than 70 menacing the fairways and protecting the greens. However, there are five sets of tees on each hole that provide an enjoyable experience for golfers of any ability.

The George Fazio Course at Turtle Bay Resort opened in 1972. The 18-hole design meanders among traditional Hawaiian palms while skirting the North Shore coast on numerous occasions. It is known for generally being more forgiving than the Arnold Palmer Course and having breathtaking ocean views on both the back and front nine. It is a popular walking course because it can be played from a shorter distance and there are far fewer forced carries.

While the Fazio Course is the original course at Turtle Bay Resort, it is still a great test of golf, and in its day it hosted the best players of a generation, including Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Sam Snead, and Chi Chi Rodriguez in the first Champions Tour Skins Game. The Fazio Course has also hosted the LPGA Tour’s Hawaiian Open. The Fazio Course is an experience well worth having, and for those enjoying multiple days at the resort, a great complement to the Palmer experience.


Kapolei Golf Club

Amateur golfers will revel in following the footsteps of great champions such as Greg Norman and Annika Sorenstam at Kapolei Golf Club, which hosted the LPGA Tour’s Ladies “Hawaiian Open” from 1996 to 2001 and PGA Champions Tour “Pacific Links Championship” from 2012 to 2014.

Designed by architect Ted Robinson, best known for Sahalee Country Club, Kapolei Golf Club is highly regarded for its magnificent beauty, floral gardens and strategic golf holes. Meandering over 190 rolling acres of a former sugar cane plantation, Kapolei’s elevated greens, 80 bunkers and five lakes provide delightful tactical challenges.

Kapolei Golf Club is highly regarded, rating 4 1/2 stars out of five on Golf Digest’s Places to Play listing and earning the Honolulu Star Advertiser’s People’s Choice Award as “Best Course on Oahu” in 2010 and 2014.


Ko Olina Golf Club

Ko Olina Golf Club, one of Golf Digest’s “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.,” is a challenging 18-hole course built in 1990 by renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson. Typical of his designs, Ko Olina Golf Club features exceptional water features, multi-tiered greens, large landing areas, and a moderate length which makes it perfect for beginners and experts alike.

The clubhouse design symbolizes all the aspirations of the resort. Approximately 35,000 square feet, the architecture is characterized by its tri-level design and Hawaiian pitched roofs. Broad overhangs and verandas give it an open atmosphere and provides golfers with spectacular views of the course and landscape. In addition to men’s and ladies’ locker rooms; each equipped with showers, steam rooms and Jacuzzis, the clubhouse includes a comprehensive golf shop, recently voted the top Resort Shop by the Retail Merchants of Hawaii.

The clubhouse is also home to Roy’s Ko Olina, one of famous chef Roy Yamaguchi’s 31 iconic restaurants around the world featuring the Hawaiian Fusion cuisine he made famous and which earned him the coveted James Beard award.

From 1990 – 1995, the Ko Olina Golf Club hosted the LPGA’s Hawaiian Ladies Open, the Ko Olina Senior PGA Invitational in 1992, and from 2006 – 2008, the Fields Open in Hawaii LPGA event. Most recently, Ko Olina Golf Club hosted the LPGA LOTTE Championship from 2012 – 2019. Noted LPGA star Michelle Wie, who grew up in Honolulu, developed her championship caliber game here at Ko Olina Golf Club.


Hawaii Prince Golf Club

Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, Hawaii Prince Golf Club offers three interchangeable nines and 27 holes to create a variety of playing conditions for all skill levels. The course features 270 acres offering stunning views of the rain carved Waianae Mountains, long verdant fairways lined with numerous white sand bunkers and 10 strategically placed lakes.

Each of the three nine holes – A, B and C – is related but has its own identity. The most challenging combination is A-C, slope rating 134 from the back tees. The least difficult is A-B. Ten lakes dot the course. Water comes into play on six holes of the A course, three on the B and seven of the C.

On the C course, the toughest test is on the second hole, a par-4 dogleg with a lake on the left, several fairway bunkers on the right and the out-of-bounds beyond that. The toughest on the A course is the eighth hole, a long par-5 with lots of bunkers and mounding. The B course saves the toughest for last, a par-4 that usually plays into the trade winds, with water to the left, front and right of the tee. This is probably the most difficult hole of all three courses.

The three interchangeable nines offer a variety of challenges with multiple sets of tees and well-placed bunkers awaiting any errant shot. Depending on which combination of nines you play, you are sure to get a diverse experience.


Waikele Country Club

Waikele Country Club encompasses a public golf course and restaurant located in a region of exceptional beauty in Central Oahu, just 30 minutes west of Waikiki. The public course overlooks Pearl Harbor and the blue Pacific. Turn, and your gaze sweeps from Diamond Head to the sculpted slopes of the Ko’olau and Waianae mountains.

A truly comprehensive country club, Waikele Country Club features a golf shop with the finest names in equipment and apparel, locker rooms, a restaurant, event venue, a full-service driving range, and putting areas. Golf club rentals, shoe rentals and lessons are available. There is no membership program and all facilities and services are open to the public.

Designed by internationally renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson, Waikele Country Club provides challenges and enjoyment to golfers of all skill levels from beginner to pro through the use of water features and special topography. Surrounding the course are spectacular views of Diamond Head, Pearl Harbor, and the Ko’olau and Waianae mountains. Beautiful water features, rolling fairways, undulating Tiff Eagle Greens, and strategically placed bunkers round out Waikele Country Club’s unique design.


Ewa Beach Country Club

Ewa Beach Golf Club, located in Oahu, Hawaii, is a pristine golfing destination featuring a challenging course designed by Robin Nelson. Set against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, it offers lush fairways, strategic bunkering, and stunning coastal views, providing golfers with a memorable and picturesque playing experience. With its commitment to quality and hospitality, Ewa Beach Golf Club is a must-visit for both local enthusiasts and visitors seeking a true Hawaiian golfing gem.


Welcome to the vibrant world of golf in Las Vegas, where every swing is an invitation to experience the thrill of the game amidst the city’s glitz and glamour. At Signature Golf Tours, we are thrilled to present our customisable International Golf Tours to Las Vegas, designed to offer you an unparalleled golfing experience in the heart of this dynamic city.

Picture yourself teeing off at some of the most prestigious courses that Las Vegas has to offer. Immerse yourself in the lush fairways of renowned destinations such as the secluded elegance of Shadow Creek and the picturesque allure of TPC Las Vegas. Feel the pulse of the game at the recently redesigned Wynn Golf Club and embrace the serenity of Reflection Bay Golf Club along the shores of Lake Las Vegas. Let each course redefine your golfing journey with its unique charm and challenges.

Indulge in the pinnacle of luxury and comfort at our carefully selected local resorts, where relaxation seamlessly blends with the excitement of the city. Immerse yourself in the opulent world of Wynn Las Vegas, offering sophisticated accommodations and world-class amenities. Experience the epitome of elegance at the iconic Bellagio, known for its upscale dining options and breathtaking fountain views. Revel in the spacious suites and exquisite offerings of The Venetian, a true oasis in the heart of the Strip.

Must play golf courses;

1.Wolf Creek Golf Club
2. TPC Las Vegas
3. TPC Summerlin
4. Las Vegas National Golf Course
5. Bear’s Best
6. Shadow Creek Golf Club
7. Bali Hai Golf Club
8. Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort
9. Reflection Bay Golf Club
10. Red Rock Country Club


Mission Hills Resort Haikou is the ultimate destination for visitors seeking world-class sports, entertainment and wellness facilities.

Consistent with Mission Hills’ reputation as the destination of choice for professional golfers and celebrities, the Haikou courses offer near endless experiences for golfing enthusiasts.

Fitness fans and health-minded tourists will find an equally impressive offering of sports and wellness-related facilities, establishing Mission Hills Resort Haikou as the unrivalled choice for discerning leisure enthusiasts.

Must play golf courses;

1. Blackstone Course
2. Sandbelt Trails Course
3. The Vintage Course
4. Stepping Stone Course
5. Lava Fields Course
6. Meadow Links Course
7. Stone Quarry Course
8. Double Pin Course
9. The Preserve Course
10. Shadow Dunes Course


Mission Hills is China’s highest-rated golf and leisure resort, and the world’s largest golf club according to the Guinness World Book of Records.

Winner of multiple international awards, the 20-square-kilometre golf complex features twelve 18-hole resort and championship courses designed by golf’s greatest legends and architects.

Mission Hills is the cradle of golf in China and hosts the region’s most important tournaments, including the World Cup of Golf, and the Asian Amateur Championships.

Must play golf courses;

1. World Cup Course
2. Vijay Course
3. Ozaki Course
4. Faldo Course
5. Els Course
6. Zhang Lian Wie Course
7. Pete Dye Course
8. Olazabal Course
9. Annika Course
10. Rose – Poulter Course
11. Leadbetter Course
12. Norman Course


With dramatic scenery, greenery, long stretches of coast and soaring mountains, New Zealand is a natural playground. Marquee golf courses such as The Hills, Millbrook Resort, Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers and Jack’s Point have been designed to make the most of the natural terrain and to show off the best scenery.

Accessibility really sets New Zealand apart from other countries, with a new golf course to try around every corner. Travel from alpine areas to idyllic beachside locations within a few hours. It’s no wonder that golf is the sport with the highest participation from New Zealanders, for both men and women.

Make your next International Golf Tour one to remember with a quick trip across the Tasman to New Zealand.


North Island
1. Kauri Cliffs Golf Course
2. Cape Kidnappers Golf Club
3. Windross Farm Golf Club
4. The Kinloch Club
5. Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club
6. Titirangi Golf Club

South Island
1. Clearwater Golf Club
2. The Hills Golf Club
3. Millbrook Golf Resort
4. Arrowtown Golf Club
5. Jack’s Point Golf Club
6. Queenstown Golf Club
7. Cromwell Golf Club
8. Terrace Downs Golf Club


Pebble Beach should be on every golfer’s bucket list of places to visit.

Featuring four world-class and world-famous golf courses, a nine-hole par three course, three luxurious resorts, elegant dining, and million-dollar views, Pebble Beach could be the ultimate escape for golf lovers.

Picture yourself strolling down the 18th fairway where the greatest golfers of all time have been victorious in major events such as the US Open, looking out over the ocean as it’s lapping against the cliffs while the sun sets. Magical.

Must play golf courses;

1. Pebble Beach Golf Links
2. Spyglass Hill Golf Course
3. Poppy Hills Golf Course
4. The Links at Spanish Bay
5. Cypress Point Club
6. Monterey Peninsula Dunes Golf Club
7. Del Monte Golf Course


Surprisingly, Singapore has more golf courses per square kilometre than any other country in the world. With golf courses catering from new players to professional players, there is a golf course for everyone in Singapore.

Golf in Singapore has come a long way since 1891 when the first golf club was founded, Singapore Sports Club, where members played on the grounds of the Singapore Racecourse.

Some six months later, the Singapore Golf Club was founded. Fast forward to the present, and you can find a wonderful array of golf courses that cater to players of all skill levels.

Coupled with the many sightseeing opportunities, world-class shopping outlets, and wonderful dining, Singapore makes a fantastic destination for your next break.

Must play golf courses;

1. Sentosa Golf Club – Serapong Course
2. Sentosa Golf Club – New Tanjong Course
3. Tanah Merah Country Club – Garden Course
4. Tanah Merah Country Club – Tampines Course
5. Singapore Island Country Club – New Course
6. Singapore Island Country Club – Bukit Course
7. Singapore Island Country Club – Sime Course
8. Laguna National Golf & Country Club – Masters Course
9. Laguna National Golf & Country Club – World Classic Course


Thailand is a wonderful golfing destination and continues to gain traction each year.

Whether it be Phuket, Chang Mai, Hua Hin, Pattaya, or Koh Samui, you will find a fantastic array of championship golf courses. Wherever you stay in this beautiful country, you are never far away from a unique golf course.

Ranging from seaside greens and mountainous ranges and city view fairways, Thailand has something for everyone and is a country that every golfer should explore. You definitely won’t regret it!

Contact Signature Golf Tours to start arranging your next International Golf Tour to Thailand.

Must play golf courses;

1. Black Mountain Golf Club
2. Siam Country Club – Old Course
3. Amata Spring Country Club
4. Banyan Golf Club
5. Blue Canyon Country Club – Canyon Course
6. Blue Canyon Country Club – Lakes Course
7. Red Mountain Golf Club
8. Springfield Royal Country Club


Vietnam is of the world’s up-and-coming golf destinations and has seen a surge over recent years.

It’s no wonder too with its fascinating history and ancient culture, superb climate, gorgeous beaches, and now championship golf courses.

Golf courses in Vietnam are some of the most beautiful that you will encounter anywhere in the world, due to the spectacular landscape of the country.

Golf is growing rapidly and with new courses popping up regularly with course designers such as Greg Norman, Colin Montgomerie, and Nick Faldo, it is no wonder that golf in Vietnam is on the rise.

The team at Signature Golf Tours would love to assist with your next International Golf Tour to Vietnam.

Must play golf courses;

1. Montgomerie Links Golf Club
2. Danang Golf Club
3. Ba Na Hills Golf Club
4. Hanoi Golf Club
5. The Bluffs Ho Tram
6. Diamond Bay Resort
7. Dong Nai Golf Resort



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