Traveling with your spouse creates an opportunity to recharge and reconnect, while sharing lifetime memories visiting interesting locations that are rich with history, beauty and fantastic golf. PerryGolf recommends these three destinations for adventurous couples who enjoy spending time traveling, chasing birdies and basking in the wonders of the world.
PerryGolf’s Customer Service Relationship Manager, Howie Knodt, just returned from an 8 day cruise on Azamara Club Cruises followed by a week in Italy. In the last 35 years, he and his wife have been on over 60 cruises worldwide, and on a wide range of cruises lines. Read his review of the recent experience with Azamara Club Cruises.
In theWEBINAR PODCAST, Gordon Dalgleish – President of PerryGolf – explained the various options available for arranging play on golf’s original course plus he shared some advice on how to play this most idiosyncratic of links courses. We also talked about the local lodging choices along with a few minutes about the “Auld Grey Toon” herself which is every bit as interesting as the golf.
The 144th Open at St Andrews is just hours away from teeing off on the Old Course, St Andrews. For golf fans, it doesn’t get much better than this unless you have been on board the outstanding Azamara Quest the past two weeks for PerryGolf’s Golf Voyage, “2015 British Open at St Andrews by Sea“…
Why not check out the ruined St Andrews Cathedral before or after that round in the Home of Golf? The St Andrews Cathedral dominated the history of the medieval church in Scotland from the time of its construction in the 12th century until the Protestant Reformation in 1560. Scotland’s largest and most magnificent medieval church,