We've now made articles available to readers should you want to see what EGTMA members have produced following the media visits we've organised. It will give you an idea of the quality coverage, destinations can expect following an EGTMA organised media visit.
We have organised more than 50 events since 2006 so we've posted the most recent events individually and then below, a general overview of coverage of earlier events.
Royal Antwerp Golf Club - Est. 1888
Pieters, Colsaerts, Steensels (Course Architect) - Detry at the inauguration of the recently opened National Golf Club in Sterrebeek.
Golf in Flanders is the initiative between the Flemish Golf Federation and the Flemish Tourist Board to promote Flanders as an alternative destination for golfers. Flanders has many attributes, it's arguably one of the gourmet capitals of the world with more Michelin star restaurants per capita than anywhere else. Our cities are renowned for their history through their influence on early world development. Flanders has one of the world's most developed road networks and is easily accessible through Brussels Airport. EGTMA members enjoyed a trip taking all the above in. Great golf, fabulous food, fascinating hotels and the easy of getting round.
There are over 32,000 golf courses around the world? What may come as a bigger surprise is that there are only 153 true links courses in the world and over 1/3 of these are in Ireland! This destination, the West, the North West and Northern Ireland, is proud to offer you the chance to visit Championship Links venues, unspoilt terrain, fantastic scenery, links tradition, value for money and the most scenic and challenging golf courses in the world. Play where Rory, Padraig, Darren, Graeme and Shane have honed their skills.
The 9 member courses along the north and west coast of Ireland are – Carne Golf Links, Enniscrone Golf Club, Donegal Golf Club, Rosapenna Golf Resort – Sandy Hills and Old Tom Morris courses, Ballyliffin Golf Club – Glashedy and Old Links, Castlerock Golf Club, Portstewart Golf Club – Strand, Riverside and Old Courses and Royal Portrush Golf Club – Dunluce and Valley courses, and Ardglass Golf Club.
Portugal has always been one of the main destinations for sunny golf with the Algarve flying the flag. But over the years, the capital of Lisbon and the historic city of Porto are trying to lure golfers away from the coastal fairways in the South of the country and attract golfers with gastronomy, culture and great golf. Their efforts are paying dividends as golfers have started discovering the courses around these major cities and EGTMA members have had the chance to go and see for themselves and generate an interest for their readers.