Bangkok, Thailand: Golfasian, Asia’s largest golf tour operator, has established a historic partnership with Go Golfing. For the first time in its 22-year history, Golfasian will be offering fully escorted tours outside of Asia.
The Go Golfing partnership will open the world and create new experiences for its golf travellers, according to Pascal Orczech, Director of Business Development at Golfasian, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
new product offering will be branded under ‘Golfasian
Discovery Tours’ and
focus on worldwide destinations with luxury tours, escorted tours and
“At Golfasian we are always looking for new experiences for our golf travellers, which is why we decided to explore outside of Asia and establish Golfasian Discovery, a brand which will be the umbrella for bespoke golf tours and events across the globe,” said Orczech.
“Partnering with Go Golfing on events and tours in Australia and beyond is a natural next step as we have been partnering with them on popular golf events in Asia, such as the Centara World Masters and the recent Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship.”
Peter McCarthy, Go Golfing’s Managing Director, believes the partnership will be a win-win for both Golfasian and Go Golfing.
“Go Golfing is thrilled to have Golfasian endorsing Go Golfing’s tours worldwide. Golfers love exploring the diverse golf courses and tourism experiences each destination offers,” said McCarthy.
“Golfers trust Golfasian to bring the magic in Asia and this partnership now gives golfers the confidence to dream a little bigger with their golf travels knowing they are in good hands.
“Many clients find touring with Go Golfing addictive. We’re excited to give Golfasian clients the very best golf holidays in the world,” he added.
In Asia, Golfasian has been recognised as the leading dedicated golf tour operator in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Indonesia. Since 1997, Golfasian has specialised exclusively in Asia golf holiday tours, serving 17,652 golfers in 2018.