Corporate Golf Services
Long Reef Golf Club, situated in one of the most spectacular and prominent coastal locations in Sydney, is our preferred corporate day golf course and the perfect backdrop for your next corporate event.
A perfect way to inspire, develop or create relationships within your business, a golf day at Long Reef is sure to be a success.
With views spanning the length of the Northern Beaches, Long Reef’s links style course is ready to challenge all levels of golfers and our newly relaunched catering and function facilities will be sure to provide the perfect accompaniments to your golf day.
From small intimate corporate or team building events, to large scale corporate days, the team at Long Reef are on hand to ensure a seamless day for your company.
For more information and details of our corporate and event packages, please contact Sandy Baltussen on 9984 8906 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf is Australia’s most popular corporate sport. Thanks to the handicap system, the game is uniquely positioned to allow for an enjoyable challenge between players of differing abilities and experience. A corporate golf event can therefore be a valuable tool for building client relationships and partnerships, or to motivate and reward staff, customers and suppliers.
At Teed Up our sole focus is GOLF and our Corporate Golf Service is extensive. We provide golf enthusiasts and corporate clients with exclusive access to championship golf courses and leading hotels & golf resorts in Australia & around the globe.
Our small group tours to the world’s most spectacular golfing destinations and “bucket-list” tours to major events such as the US Masters, British Open, US Open, Presidents Cup and the Ryder Cup see many of our clients returning year after year.
If you are looking to arrange a professional and truly memorable golf experience for your colleagues or clients – talk to us.
“If you’re thinking of a golf tour, and want one that you will remember for a very long time then these guys are the best in the business and I have no hesitation in recommending them.”
~Andrew Reitzer, CEO Metcash
An easy 75 minute drive from Melbourne, this rugged coastal area provides perfect links conditions as well as traditional tree-lined classics including The National GC at Cape Schank, Moonah Links, Portsea & Sorrento.
The Melbourne Sandbelt, located 20 minutes from Melbourne CBD, is some of the best golfing country in the world. Enjoy special access to exclusive private sandbelt courses such as Royal Melbourne, Huntingdale, Commonwealth GC and Kingston Heath.
We provide access to some of Sydney’s finest and most exclusive private golf courses including New South Wales, The Lakes, Terrey Hills, Concord and more. Long Reef, Riverside Oaks, Camden Lakeside and others provide a perfect venue for corporate days.
The Hunter Valley wine region offers a variety of golf courses, with The Vintage & Cypress Lakes nestled amongst the vines in the heart of the valley and Magenta Shores, Horizons, Kooindah Waters, Stockton & Newcastle a little further afield towards the coast.
The Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is home to Australia’s greatest collection of resort courses. We recommend Lakelands, Brookwater, Arundel Hills, The Pines & The Palms courses at Sanctuary Cove, Hope Island, The Glades, RACV Royal Pines.
One of Australia’s favourite holiday playgrounds, the Sunshine Coast boasts several high quality resort golf developments including Palmer Resort Coolum, Twin Waters, Pelican Waters, Club Pelican & Noosa Springs.
A favoured destination for local and international visitors, Tropical North Queensland offers excellent resort golf courses such as Paradise Palms at Palm Cove plus Mirage & Sea Temple at Port Douglas.
With a combination of world-class courses, superb weather and great scenery, Western Australia is a superb golfing destination. Play courses like The Vines, Joondalup, Kennedy Bay or The Cut.
Teed-Up’s signature tour to Augusta in April each year provides a ‘bucket list’ opportunity of a lifetime to watch the US Masters. Play golf at some of the best golf courses in South Carolina, with the option to travel to Pinehurst or to Pebble Beach prior.
Home to two-thirds of the world’s total links courses. Tour Dublin, Killarney & Lahinch to play classic links golf courses such as Ballybunion, Portmarnock, Lahinch & The K Club.
Another of our ‘bucket list’ tours to play the great Open Championship golf venues of Scotland, including Carnoustie, St. Andrews (Old & Castle Courses) and Turnberry.
Choose from the best and most scenic courses in the North Island, such as Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers & Wairakei, or venture to Queenstown in the South Island to play Millbrook, Jacks Point & The Hills.
Golf heaven. Blessed with breathtaking scenery, unforgettable signature holes and championship golf courses spread across six magnificent islands. Mauna Lani Golf Club on The Big Island and the 36-hole Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s fabled north shore are our most popular Hawaii destinations.
China & Hong Kong
Mission Hills, the world’s largest golf club, boasts twelve 18-hole resort and championship courses designed by golf’s greatest legends & architects. Our favourites at Mission Hills include the Norman & Olazabal courses and in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s East Course.
A South Pacific paradise. Stay on Denarau Island and enjoy playing golf in perfect climatic conditions at courses such as Natadola and Denarau GCs, all with breathtaking views & lush vegetation.
One of the world’s best all-year-round golfing locations. Tour Bangkok & Hua Hin to play the magnificent Black Mountain golf course which takes its name from spectacular black rocks set into the mountainside and the Thai Country Club, one of Thailand’s premier golfing venues.
Kuala Lumpur is home to Malaysia’s No 1 Golf Club, Saujana Golf & Country Club which is set amongst rolling hills & boasts two internationally famous courses. We also play the 27-hole Graham Marsh designed Sutera Harbour course, which is nestled between the shores of the South China Sea, facing tropical islands and the majestic Mt. Kinabalum.