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Classic Scotland Golf Tour

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 8 day(s)
Group Size: 4 - 20 people
Destination(s): Scotland  
Specialty Categories: Golf   Multi-activity  
Season: May - September
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 5995 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 5995 US Dollar (USD)

Scotland is a land of legend and romance. Its historic castles were once a stage for heroic struggles, its two great cities are among Europe's most dynamic, and its picturesque countryside is filled with rolling highlands, remote lochs, salmon-filled rivers and incomparable golf courses. For the avid golfer, Scotland remains, as ever, the source and the soul of the game of golf.

Tour Itinerary:


On arrival at Edinburgh Airport you will be met by our representative who will assist you with your luggage and transfer to your hotel. Golfers and non Golfers today have an afternoon at leisure in St. Andrews.

Hotel: Fairmont St-Andrews


Today play Kingsbarns (tbc). Its historical origins date back to 1793. Its sandy, linksland soils are the basis for this heritage, and produce the fine-bladed fescues which are the cornerstone of fast-and-firm playing surfaces that characterise links golf. Designed by Kyle Phillips and opened anew in 2000, its rebirth has been shared with golfers from near and far with outstanding reviews. The links features spacious rolling fairways, large greens, and exceptional sea views on every hole. A challenging yet enjoyable champion-standard traditional Scottish links course. Non Golfers full day sightseeing to Edinburgh.

Hotel: Fairmont St-Andrews


Today challenge the Old Course of St. Andrews, the ‘’Home of Golf’’. The Old Course has played host to the greatest golfers in the world and produced many of golf’s dramatic moments. Wide double fairways, seven extensive double greens, and a multitude of intimidating bunkers are just some of the unique features you will encounter.Non Golfers visit Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument & the Trossachs.

Hotel: Fairmont St-Andrews


Today play Carnoustie, host to the British Open on six previous occasions and considered by many to be the most challenging of all Open venues. While the links is relatively flat it is exposed to the elements. A combination of length and accuracy are required from the tee and approach shots demand precision to the greens heavily guarded by steep bunkers and burns. Arguably the toughest finishing holes in championship golf, the course hosted the world’s best again in 2007 when the Open returned to this wonderful venue. Please note there is one golf cart available to hire for medical certificate holders. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.Non Golfers visit Glamis Castle and Scone Palace.

Hotel: Fairmont St-Andrews


Play today at Western Gailes, rated by many visitors to Scotland as its finest ‘’unknown’’, and perhaps its most enjoyable. The course relies on natural defenses created by the sand dunes and wind. A traditional links layout that plays in a loop with its toughest stretch along the banks of the dunes that generally plays into the prevailing wind. Non Golfers visit Caithness Glass, Falkirk Wheel and Famous Grouse Distillery or go touring drive to Loch Lomond.

Hotel: Westin Turnberry


Play Royal Troon. Eight time venue of the British Open, the course played host to the 2004 Championship and was praised for its testing but fair set up. A long and demanding links, Troon unusually boasts both the longest and the shortest holes in Open Championship golf, being the Postage Stamp 8th at 126 yards, and the 6th at 577 yards 6th named Turnberry. Please note that the green fee includes buffet lunch in the Royal Troon clubhouse and an optional round on the Portland subject to availability if not prebooked. Non Golfers full day in Glasgow, Burrell Collection, galleries, Kelvingrove museum.

Hotel: Westin Turnberry


Play the Ailsa Course at the Westin Turnberry Resort. Lying on a spectacular curve of rockbound coast in the southern reaches of Ayrshire, the Ailsa Course is scheduled to host the 2009 British Open, having been previous host on three occasions with Tom Watson, Greg Norman and Nick Price as winners. Non Golfers visit Robert Burns birthplace, Culzean Castle then afternoon at Turnberry.

Hotel: Westin Turnberry


Depart the United Kingdom from Glasgow Airport.

Guides: An English-speaking local driver will accompany the trip throughout.

Level of Activity - Light: Strolling through city streets, country walking, golf. Suitable for all ages and abilities, with some opportunities for extended walks or alternate activities.

Level of Luxury: Indulgent - This trip is designed with a focus on indulgence and creature comforts. The accommodation is the best available, which usually means a combination of well-known luxury hotels (Relais & Chateaux, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Design Hotels, etc) and lesser known gems with plenty of regional character and charm (from wilderness lodges to converted 17th century monasteries). The food is always first rate, with a blend of haute cuisine and regional delicacies, the transportation is discrete and comfortable, the guides are knowledgeable and charming and the events are unique and memorable.

Start: Edinburgh, Scotland
Finish: Glasgow, Scotland

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

What's Included:
- all accommodations on a shared twin/double room basis
most meals (as indicated)
- all entrance fees and tours
- all transfers and baggage handling
- all local experts and specialists
- the leadership of a local guide throughout the trip
- all special events and on-trip surprises
- all gratuities to porters, drivers, restaurants and other service staff
- all pre-departure materials, including documents wallets and destination details.

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