Golf Resorts International is entering its 18th season airing throughout the country, and will kick off the season June 2020. Eight resorts, featuring a new location for us to explore each week. In each episode, host David Camp and the resident PGA professional will show you the golf course and will provide specific tips on how to play these beautiful layouts. In addition, six-time Major Champion Sir Nick Faldo will host a weekly fitness tip that will help keep us fit for better golf.
We have included up-close personal interviews with some of the greatest players and designers of our time including Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, Tom Fazio and Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III to name a few. Some past resort destinations in the Golf Resorts International lineup include the world’s largest golf club featuring twelve 18-hole courses at Mission Hills, China; and the home of golf, St. Andrews.
Although golf is the focus of the show, we will bring to the viewer other resort activities that will appeal to the avid golfer, and the interested traveler, to obtain the best possible resort experience. We are pleased to have found a way to bring these luxurious resorts into your living room, and to provide travel recommendations and golf strategies all in one place.
According to Founder and CEO David Camp, the driving force behind Golf Resorts International, “Selecting the resorts is important, we want to give our viewers a wide variety of places to see. There are so many around the world to choose from. That said, each resort has to fit the standard of excellence of Golf Resorts International. The star of the show is the resort itself.”
Camp said, “I am very proud of my production team of photographers, writers, and editors. It’s important to have a team of people that understand all of the components of production. I often compare our production team to a pit crew on a race team. We all work together as one to get the best possible shots. We are sensitive to the guests of each resort and we understand the importance of golf etiquette.”
“The other key element is post production when the rigorous work really begins. Filming in HD, and 4K coupled with Apple technology it’s pretty amazing what can be done. Our cameras and lenses are some of the best in the business; we have been using Sony and Canon which provide a great combination. We are especially excited about the use of Drones to capture some amazing aerial footage.
“Post production usually takes about 2 to 3 weeks per show from start to finish. Piecing together vast amounts of footage is like fitting together the right pieces of a giant puzzle. You would be surprised what goes in to the finished product. But with an experienced team it certainly helps with the process.” Camp said, “the best part of producing a show is being able to see the finished product on TV and to provide people with an opportunity to see these amazing places that may inspire them to take a well deserved vacation.”
Please fill out the online form below and a representative will get back to you as soon as possible.