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Luxury Golf Travel

Golf Passport is our golf travel show enjoyed by millions of in-flight & online viewers around the globe. Join us for a fun-packed half-hour exploring the lifestyle, culture, cuisine and courses of our glorious golfing globe.

The Road Trip to the Ryder Cup

Hosts David & Ewan Whyte take us across America from New York City to the Ryder Cup host, Hazeltine National in Minnesota with a whole load of fascinating places and experiences in between. 

 

 

Marrakech, Scotland's West & The PGA Show

This edition of Golf Passport delivers you to the bonny, bonny banks of Ayrshire & Arran, host to the Open Championship and one of the finest golfing destinations in the world. Then we take an epic, exotic trip to Marrakech, the newest coolest golf destination for savvy players. And finally for all you golf equipment fans we explore The PGA Merchandise Show 2016 in Orlando, Florida.

 

Bermuda and the Mull of Kintyre

In this episode, travel writers Clive Agran and David J Whyte along with a group of celebrities are bound for Bermuda to take on the Yanks in the Ryder Cup format 'Hacker's Cup'. Then they explore Paul McCartney's 'Long & Winding Road' to the Mull of Kintyre on the West Coast of Scotland. Roberto Borgatti takes us through another exemplary tuition session from 'A Swing You Can Trust' and finally we land on the Magical Island of Mackinac, a land before automobiles in Northern Michigan.

Golf Passport's Guide to New York City

Who would have thought the Big Apple would be a place to go for a game of golf. Well, you'd be right to question such wisdom. But it is such a wonderful, vibrant city with so much going on, we decided to give it a go and enjoy it - and we discovered some of the greatest golf courses along the Eastern Seaboard. Come and join us as we take a bite out of the Big Apple.

The Long & Winding Road

Machrihanish and the Mull of Kintyre. Paul McCarntey put them on the map when he sang about The Long & Winding Road, the enigmatic A83 from Glasgow to Campbeltown. We filmed it just to show how it's probably the most scenic drive in the West of Scotland that leads indeed to some wonderful doors especially leading onto the links of Machrihanish & Machrihanish Dunes.