If you're looking for honest answers to your questions
about golf holidays in Costa Rica, congratulations,
at the right place.
- What are the
best options for a golf vacation in Costa Rica?
- Why don't you
offer pre-arranged golf packages?
- How can I talk
to someone who knows what a birdie is?
- How much are
rental clubs and are caddies available?
- How can I get on
the private courses?
- What is the
customary tip if I have a caddy?
- How late can I
tee off and get in 18?
- What is the
quality of the driving range and practice area?
Costa Rica has certainly
grown in popularity since I first started offering golf
vacations to this tropical paradise in 1998. I have been
associated with the golf industry here since 1995 as both a
guide for golf vacationers as well as being the major golf
product distributor in Costa Rica.
My wife and I own and
operate two of the pro shops and also the only free standing
golf store in the country. We are all about the golf and due
to our close association with the golf properties we stay
current on all the events that can affect your golf vacation
in Costa Rica.
We'll let you know when the tournaments are
being held, when the greens are being aerified, and any
situations that could affect the quality of your golfing
experience. A good example is we do not recommend that you
plan a vacation here in October due to the possibility of
Throughout the site we have placed comments about our services from
clients and golf industry professionals. We are very proud
of our reputation and look forward to earning our stars from
you as soon as possible.
information about Landy watch the video interview with
golfingaroundTV and you can also find a nice article in our
Press Section entitled, "Golf Adventures fulfills the Blanks",
From Golf Week 7-31-2004
Our happy customers share their
experience with us:
somewhat skeptical of putting our trip (and safety) in the
hands of someone I had only spoken to on the phone;
literally, I could not have planned a better vacation for
myself if I tried and even in retrospect we would not have
changed anything about the trip....."
, Phoenix, AZ ( For more testimonials
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Travel Tip for 2012:
With all the signs pointing to travel costs rising in the
New Year, what's the money-conscious traveler to do? You can
still cut expenses if you strategize ahead of time, whether
your travel dates and destinations are fixed or not. If you
must travel to a certain place at a certain time, it's wise
to plan ahead. "Book very early," says Cynthia Brough, a
spokeswoman with AAA. "With airlines cutting capacity
worldwide, less capacity typically leads to increased
prices. If consumers are planning vacations in 2012, they
should be looking to plan those vacations now."