Arrive at Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport, met by AGS Representative, collect auto or meet your private driver/guide, head north to Aberdeen your base for 4 nights.
Play Royal Aberdeen Balgownie, a classic links layout, outward through the dunes and back along a plateau.
Play Trump International, it offers breathtaking scenery with each hole having unique features and characteristics.
Play Cruden Bay, offering old fashioned links golf at its best and a well-deserved world ranking.
Head south and play Carnoustie, the 18th hole, guarded by the infamous Barry Burn, is the most intimidating finish in Scotland. On to your St. Andrews accommodation for three nights.
Play St. Andrews Old course unique with its vast undulating double greens.
Play St. Andrews New course designed by Tom Morris in 1895, it is often referred to as the town’s best kept secret.
Depart from Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport.
Deluxe accommodation at the stylish and convenient The Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa overlooking the 17th hole of the world famous Old Course, and a prestigious and intimate five-star luxury Marcliffe Hotel in the city of Aberdeen .
Luxury accommodation at the stylish Rusacks Hotel overlooking the 18th and 1st holes of the world famous Old Course and based in the heart of Aberdeen, the lovely Malmaison Hotel.
6 rounds of golf. 7 nights twin accommodation close to the course.
Private driver / guide throughout in luxury mini-coach (price based on 8 sharing)
Or self-drive minivan with insurance shared between 4 people. GPS included on self-drive
Airport ‘meet and greet’. Support from area office with 24 hour on call service
Also part of our service to request caddies and book carts, suggest and arrange sightseeing tours and other non-golf activities, recommend restaurants etc
The major golf courses in Scotland are on the West coast south of Glasgow, on the East Coast near Edinburgh and St. Andrews, and on the North East Coast. During your golf vacation in Scotland, whatever golf course you want to play, it will never be far from some interesting sightseeing. The table below links sightseeing options with the nearest major golf courses or golf resorts in Scotland. Click on any item in the Sightseeing column for a description. * indicates most popular sightseeing locations ** indicates world heritage sights
|AREA||PLACES OF INTEREST (click on links to view more details)|
|Glasgow and Ayrshire|
|Edinburgh and Lothians|
|Angus and Fife|
|Argyle and the Isles|
|Aberdeen & North East|
|Around the Great Glen|
With AGS Golf you can rest assured that all your traveling requirements are met as driving through open countryside can be part of the whole golfing experience. You can sit back, relax and enjoy a variety of landscapes from the glens and mountains of Scotland, the rolling countryside of England, the valleys and coastal routes of Wales and the pristine landscape of Ireland all while traveling and playing golf. AGS Golf provides a full range of high quality traveling options with self-drive, chauffeurs, mini-coach including executive coach, specialist tour guides, interpreters and helicopters. Top class transport for your golf tour can make a good trip into a 'trip of a lifetime'. Details such as comfortable seating, good luggage space, ample leg-room, safety, sensible driving distances, refreshments and for self-drive GPS direction finding should be a must. At AGS we have the knowledge and experience to provide you with the best transport options available. We can make all the transport arrangements on your behalf to guarantee you a comfortable, relaxed and most enjoyable golf tour.
AGS Golf's use premier coach operators in each country who provide a fleet of luxury coaches designed to ensure that groups of all sizes from 4 to 32 golfers can travel in comfort and style to and from their accommodation and tee times. Our clients can choose from a range of vehicles, all of which are beautifully furnished and designed specifically to cater to the needs of the touring golfer. Tour coaches can be used to combine golfing with sightseeing for both golfers and non-golfers. Some of the popular coaches that we use are featured below.
You will be driven by an experienced and fully qualified driver. The driver will meet you at the airport and immediately escort you to your hotel for a rest or to the first golf course if that is the planned itinerary. He will then accompany you throughout your trip, ensuring that you arrive at the golf course in good time, answering any questions you may have thereby allowing you to sit back and relax and at the same time look forward to your game.
Our self-drive programs offer a range of vehicles each with appropriate space for golf clubs and luggage. An AGS Golf representative will 'meet and greet' you at the airport with detailed directions, sightseeing information and we 24 hour telephone support. A popular choice for 4 golfers is an Automatic People Carrier, Mercedes Vito or Similar. Fitted with CD/ Radio, 7 seats, luggage for 4 and ABS Brakes.
Traveling by helicopter adds another interesting and exciting dimension to your golf tour. This particularly applies to Ireland where the road system limits the number of areas that can be visited on a typical 7 or 8 day trip. Traveling by helicopter is a luxury that turns an unlikely journey into a reasonable choice leaving more time to enjoy the golf and local entertainment. The helicopter can be used every day or for just part of your tour opening up remote areas such as the coast of Donegal with its fabulous courses or combing a visit to Dublin with day trips to world ranked courses such as Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland or Ballybunion on the South West Coast.
The area to the North of Aberdeen is another excellent choice for playing first class Links Golf.
Royal Aberdeen and Cruden Bay are world ranked courses.
The relatively new Trump International is getting excellent reviews and a second course will be developed there soon.
For excellent value you can play Fraserburgh the 7th oldest in the world
St Andrews Old Course is home of ‘The Road Hole’, the par-4 17th. You take aim near a corner of The Old Course Hotel. Then in front of the green is the tricky “Road Hole Bunker. Finally behind the green, hazards include a roadway and an old stone wall. Both are in play so players may have to take their next stroke off the roadway or hit the ball against the face of the wall and take their chances with the bounce.