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line Example Tour - The Kingdom of Fife
line St Andrews
St Andrews Old Course
St. Andrews is the most famous golf course in the world. There are various ways of playing the Old Course, the easiest of which is to pay a LOT of money. However, there is a ballot every day from which about 40% of applicants are successful for the next day.
We recommend entering the ballot every day, while also booking a game elsewhere. it is very rare you won't get a place on the Old Course.
line It is possible to play one of the other courses in St. Andrews, but we think we’ve picked better and more exciting courses for this example itinerary.

Courses Type of Course
Elie - World Senior's Tournament Course Links
Lundin Links - Open Championship qualifying course Links
Ladybank - Open Championship qualifying course Heathland
Leven - Open Championship qualifying course Links
Scotscraig - Open Championship qualifying course Links/Heathland
line Example Tour - Ayrshire and Arran
line Ayrshire is famous for its’ golf links. Troon and Turnbery are regular hosts to the Open Championship, originally named 'A General Golf Tournament for Scotland' and Prestwick Old was the venue for the first ever tournament in 1860. We have included as a special treat, an overnight trip to the stunningly beautiful Island of Arran, with 30 holes of great scenic golf. Brodick Golf Course
Brodick Golf Course, Arran
Courses Type of Course
Royal Troon, Old Course - Open Championship course Links
Royal Troon Portland - A testing but shorter course Links
Barassie - Open Qualifier Links
Prestwick Old - Home of the first ever open Links
Brodick - Beautiful location, a joy to play Parkland/Links
Shiskine - In the top 100 course in the UK Links
Turnberry - Possibly the best Open Championship course! Links
line Example Tour - Edinburgh and the Lothians
line North Berwick Golf Course
North Berwick Golf Course

A chance to play some superb golf on some of Scotland’s top courses, while staying in Edinburgh, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Edinburgh has more restaurants and bars per head of population than anywhere else in Britain. There are great sights to see everywhere you go on this tour from islands to castles and prehistoric forts to beautiful beaches.

Courses Type of Course
North Berwick - Open Championship qualifier with great views Links
Prestonfield - Great city centre course Parkland
Longniddry - Pretty, but challenging Open Qualifier Links/Parkland
Gullane - Open Championship qualifier and a real test Links
Ratho Park - Championship course with a lovely layout Woodland
line Example Tour - Highlands and the North
line Not everybody who visits Scotland, the home of golf, will know a lot about the North, yet this area has some excellent courses, including Royal Dornoch, one of the World’s oldest golf clubs, voted 13th best in the World. When Ben Crenshaw first played Dornoch as a warm up for an Open Championship he liked it so much he "nearly never went back to Muirfield" for the Open. Dornoch Golf Course
Dornoch Golf Club
line There’s Nairn, host to the 1999 Walker Cup Amateur Championship between the U.S.A. and Europe and the Speyside courses, where you can play superb golf and visit a host of whisky distilleries.
Courses Type of Course
Royal Dornoch - Voted 13th best course in the world Links
Tain - Very similar to St Andrews, a lovely course Links
Boat of Garten - A beautiful inland course Parkland
Grantown on Spey - Very attractive course in the Spey valley Parkland
Nairn - Host to the 1999 Walker Cup Links
line Example Tour - Aberdeen and the North East
line Cruden Bay
Cruden Bay
Some of the oldest and indeed best courses in the world are in the North East of Scotland. For challenging golf, there are few areas like it with a string of superb links courses clinging to this exposed coast. We think we've picked the best ones for this tour, mixed with a challenging parkland course at Ballater.
Courses Type of Course
Stonehaven - Stunning location, excellent course Links
Royal Aberdeen - Sixth oldest course in the world Links
Peterhead - Tough, old fashioned links course Links
Cruden Bay - Class above the rest, brilliant course Links
Ballater - Inland along the beautiful River Dee Parkland
line Example Tour - Perthshire and Angus
line All around the East coast of Scotland are a succession of fabulous links courses, strung like pearls along this windswept coastline. For true Scottish golf, there is nothing like links golf. Our example itinerary features four great links courses, but there are many inland courses which can be substituted to make your golf more varied. Letham Grange
Letham Grange Golf Club
line The weather can vary from hour to hour and while the wind direction may change regularly, you can be fairly sure it won't go away. These courses may test your best golf but you will always leave wanting more.
Courses Type of Course
Carnoustie - Open Championship course Links
Monifeith - Open Qualifier, excellent location Links
Edzell - One of Scotland's true hidden gems Heathland
Letham Grange - The Augusta of Scotland Parkland
Panmure - Testing golf on this Open Qualifier Links
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