10 Nights | 3 Stops | 6 Rounds of Golf St. Andrews, Inverness, Troon
If you had just eleven days to play seven of the best golf courses in Scotland (if not the world), then this selection would be hard to beat. With your base at the country's golf hotels, you will get to tee-off on courses that regularly feature in the Open rota as well as the most recent Scottish host of the Ryder Cup, sampling the finest selection of what this golfing paradise has to offer. But that's not all because there is optional whisky tasting and guided tours to pack enough stories for years to come. Now if that does not whet your appetite, we wonder what will.
|11 Days | 3 Stop(s) | 6 Round(s)
|Full Scottish breakfast daily
|US$ 7,550 pp Sharing
US$ 8,890 pp Single
Arrive Edinburgh and transfer or collect car hire meeting our on ground representative. Drive just under on 1 hour to Russacks Hotel for 4 Night’s accommodation to begin your Scotland golfing adventure.
Free day to be balloted on the Old course or we can arrange a round on one of the many local St Andrews trust courses if not successful.
Note: Nearly 50% of the total number of tee times on the Old Course each year are allocated to the Ballot. It is drawn 48 hours in advance. Golfers should provide their names, home club and handicap details (24 for men and 36 for women) before 2pm 48 hours before the day they wish to play. The draw will be made shortly after that and the results posted by 4pm each day. If successful the green fee is paid directly on the day to the Old Course starter. Please note, pull carts are not permitted before 12pm.
Kingsbarns Links, opening in 2000 to unprecedented levels of international acclaim, a remarkable links achievement that stretches along one and a half miles of Fife coastline just outside St Andrews. Covered in a sublime dunescape and with outlooks across the North Sea.
Carnoustie Golf Links, one of the toughest courses on the British Open rota, playing host on 7 occasions, the Championship course opens up easily enough before the bite begins around hole 6 and culminates with the last 3 holes. Playing to Par here on the finishing holes is a great achievement.
Another chance to be balloted on the Old course if you been unsuccessful.
Drive North to Inverness for 3 Night’s accommodation in the Kingsmill hotel.
Royal Dornoch is spellbinding and many golfers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to this natural links at some point in their lives. It is often quoted as one of the must-play courses. It's wild, isolated and, at the same time, absolutely beautiful and a great challenge.
Castle Stuart Golf Links overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle – Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse perhaps the most notable. All in all it can be described as a throwback to golf as it once was – a simple walk through pleasing natural surrounds
A pleasant easy drive back done south to South Ayrshire to the quaint town of Troon and check into the Piersland Hotel next to Troon golf course and an easy 10 minute stroll into the local town.
Royal Troon, one of the great championship Links courses in the world, with the wind and rough accurate shot making is essential. The course is not overly long and the first nine is normally when you need to make your score
Your final day playing golf will be one of your highlights as you drive 35 minutes South to Turnberry. Home of four Open Championships, the legendary Ailsa course has hosted some of the most iconic names in golf. Reborn in June 2016 at the hands of architect, Martin Ebert, the changes makes the Ailsa the number one ranked golf course in the UK.
Transfer or self drive back to Edinburgh or Glasgow airport for your onward flights or extend your travel to other parts of Europe