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Below are the answers to the most common questions we get asked.

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Who are you?

Seaside Golf Tours is British Limited Company registered in London. It is owned and operated by husband and wife team Paul and Maria Richardson. Maria has worked within the golf travel industry for many years and decided to set up Seaside Golf Tours in early 2019 with her husband and they have gone from strength to strenth since then. Both of them have played golf most of their lives, in her youth Maria was part of the Stockholm County Golf Team. Maria has travelled extensively throughout all of the UK and Ireland so is very familiar with all the destinations Seaside Golf Tours offer.

How do I book?

When you’ve browsed the website and decided what interest you the most, fill in a booking enquiry. The more details you give us the easier it will be for us to help you arrange your perfect trip. Fancy a chat? Give us a call! We’re always happy to talk through your ideas and questions.

What are your payment terms?

After we have sent you our final proposal you have 10 days to accept it, once you have accepted you have another 10 days to pay the deposit, which varies between destinations. The balance is payable 8 weeks prior to departure, apart from airline tickets which are payable at the same time as the deposit.

How do I pay for my booking?

As a small company with small margins we prefer payment by bank transfer but it is also possible to pay by PayPal.

I don’t want to drive myself, can you arrange transfers?
Absolutely! We understand that not everyone wants to drive themselves, so we work closely with well-known transfer companies.
Can you book my flights?

To and from certain destinations we can also help with the booking of flights. Contact us for more information.

Playing golf in the UK or Ireland for the first time?

Playing golf in the UK or Ireland for the first time? Here are some common questions and answers that you may find helpful!

Golf buggies – on many of the older, most well-known courses , golf buggies are not allowed. At some golf clubs they will have one or two buggies for those with medical needs and a doctor’s certificate will be required. We always recommend the use of a caddie, especially if you will struggle to carry your bag yourself.

Dress code – all  golf courses will require smart casual, ie no jeans, t-shirts without collar and shorter shorts. In the club houses, golf clothes are usually fine, but please check before, as it can differ from club to club. No studded shoes are allowed in club houses.

Mobile telephones – most golf clubs have a ban on mobile telephones in the club house as well as on the course.

Practice opportunities – driving ranges are unusual to find in the same area as the golf course, however, there are usually short game practice areas and putting greens available.

Weekend green fees – most golf clubs are private members clubs and therefore do not allow guests on Saturdays before lunch, several of them do not allow guests at all, and on Sundays it is difficult to get a tee time before 10am. We recommend you bear this in mind when planning your vacation.