Of course the natural starting point for many is St Andrews the home of golf but guaranteeing an Old Course tee time is becoming harder and harder with every passing year (there are only 1500 commercial tee times available each year) and the ballot becoming more and more popular golfers are looking at other options to guarantee playing on championship courses and this is where we can help.
British Open Tour of Scotland – Royal Troon, Turnberry, Carnoustie Links and maybe some that you didn’t know about Muirfield, Prestwick and Musselburgh Links, no longer on The Open rota but certainly hold their own as far as courses are concerned.
You then have – Royal Dornoch, Kinsbarns, Loch Lomond, Cruden Bay, North Berwick, Western Gailes, Royal Aberdeen, Gullane and even Gleneagles. Golf tours in Scotland just keep coming up with course and after course, we guarantee you memories all you need to do is decide where you want to play.
The coast of Ayrshire, a historic county in southwest Scotland, is rich with golfing history. We highly recommend this itinerary packed with three Open Championship courses and a ferry trip across the Firth of Clyde to the great old links of Machrihanish.
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Travelling East of Edinburgh Scotland Golf Packages on the Firth of Forth and the surrounding area bring you back into history with some of the Oldest Golf in Scotland and a wonderful place to feel the real Scotland with some wonderful restaurants and bars for evening entertaining.
Monday, April 10th, 2017
Masters 2017 should of seen this coming – bogeys on 10…
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