As a co-founder in 1984 of PerryGolf, and a director of that company, which organizes and runs high-end golf trips by land and sea, Gordon Dalgleish has a keen perspective on that business, especially as it emerges from all the chaos that was COVID-19.
A native Scot who now lives in North Carolina and runs PerryGolf with his brother Colin, a two-time Walker Cup captain, Dalgleish recently took time to share with GGP/Biz his thoughts on the state of golf travel and how things look for the peripatetic player in 2023 and beyond:
GGP/Biz: What is the overall climate for international golf travel today?
Dalgleish: There has been a real whipsaw, especially in the British Isles, from when you could not travel during the height of the pandemic to today, when we are seeing unbelievable demand. Right now, you cannot put together a meaningful trip for 2023 to play the premier courses in the British Isles in the traditional trip of six or seven rounds over a six- or seven-day period of time. I am talking about places like the Old Course...
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