Talking Travel, Celebrities and Tee with British Airways

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 10:  World number three golfer Justin Rose of Great Britain poses with British Airways Ambassadors Rebecca Sullivan (L) and Lisa Cousins (R) for pictures during a photo shoot ahead of the US Masters to mark the start of his partnership with British Airways on April 10, 2013 in Augusta, Georgia. Rose has signed an exclusive three-year partnership with British Airways who become his Official Global Airline Partner on April 10, 2013 in Augusta, Georgia.  (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images for British Airways) *** Local Caption *** Justin Rose; Lisa Cousins; Rebecca Sullivan

In a recent survey conducted by British Airways, results have shown that 30 per cent of Jordan residents choose Dubai– United Arab Emirates to be their favourite destination worldwide where they mostly enjoy playing golf in. British Airways ambassador and golf star Justin Rose has said that he also enjoys playing golf in the United Arab Emirates, where he has previously singled out the 8th hole at Emirates Golf Club as one of his favourite nine holes found around the world.

In second place with24 per cent of the votes is Scotland in the UK, said to be the birthplace of the modern game, where players have to prepare themselves for temperamental weather on some of the world’s toughest courses. For Justin Rose, Scotland is considered to be another of his favourite locations for having the 18th hole found at the iconic St Andrews complex is also in his top nine holes to play. The much warmer climate of Miami in Florida took third place with a percentage of 17 per cent of Jordan residents choosing the southeast US city as their favorite place to play golf.

Golfing fans in Jordan can find out whose Justin’s celebrity golfing partners are, his favourite holiday destinations and more in an exclusive quick-fire Q&A with British Airways by clicking on the links below. Justin is 34-year-old former US Open Champion has given his fans a glimpse into what makes him tick.

British Airways has supported the British star Justin – World No11 in golf – since April 2013, through all his competitions and trainings held around the world. Born in South-Africa, Justin has won the PGA Tour five times and the 2012 WGC-Cadillac Championship. In addition to this, Justin has gained six career titles on The European Tour, where he was leading money winner in 2007. The airline offers golf breaks in some 80 golf resorts and 500 golf hotels around the world – available at – for which customers can take golf clubs as part of their normal checked baggage allowance.