St Andrews Golf Trip

Your Personalized custom golf tour itinerary for a party of 4 golfers. Suggested itinerary commences:

Sat 08 Oct 2022


Your itinerary at a glance

Date Accommodation Golf Tee times Sightseeing
Sat 08 Oct Hotel du Vin      
Sun 09 Oct   St Andrews Castle 09:50 a.m. St Andrews Town Tour
Mon 10 Oct   St Andrews Old 09:50 a.m. The British Golf Museum
Tue 11 Oct       Edinburgh
Wed 12 Oct   Carnoustie G.C TBC Glamis Castle
Thu 13 Oct   Kingsbarns G.C TBC Kingsbarns Distillery
Fri 14 Oct Depart

The full itinerary


Arrive at Edinburgh / Glasgow Airport. Met by AGS representative who will be your private driver/guide for your entire trip.

Travel to St Andrews.

Stay 6 nights at Hotel du Vin.

Behind the walls of Hotel du Vin St Andrews, you'll find a warm welcome and a lovingly refurbished interior with plenty of nooks and crannies. The perfect escape for morning coffee, afternoon tea, preprandial drinks or post-dinner conversation. Settle down in the cosy bar, explore our extensive wine list with expert guidance from our Sommelier, and enjoy hearty dishes in our trademark bistro with views over St Andrews Bay. Upstairs you'll find 36 gleefully furnished and spacious bedrooms, full of typical Hotel du Vin touches. Huge custom-made beds, handsprung mattresses, big fluffy towels and robes, drenching monsoon showers or roll top baths. Hotel du Vin St Andrews - we dinnae ken a better place to experience the town's delights.

2x Standard Twin Rooms


Play St Andrews Castle 09:50 a.m.

The newest addition to St Andrews Links, The Castle Course opened in 2008 becoming the seventh course at the Home of Golf and part of the largest public golfing complex in Europe. Set on a rugged cliff-top with spectacular views over St Andrews, The Castle Course offers a memorable golfing experience. The feature hole is the par three 17th, played across a ravine on the edge of the cliffs, into the prevailing wind from St Andrews. It really is an all or nothing hole where anything right is gone forever so the safe play is to aim left, where the contours will hopefully funnel the ball right to the putting surface. 6759 yards par 71.


Lunch in the Castle Course Clubhouse included


Sightseeing Suggestion: St Andrews Town Tour

Famously known as the Home of Golf and home to Scotland's oldest University, St Andrews is a wonderful historic, seaside destination on many a bucket list. St Andrews has a fascinating history. The cathedral was built in the 12th century and was the largest building in Scotland for seven centuries, with pilgrims flocking here from all over Europe. If you enjoy walking, the Fife Pilgrim Way (64 miles) follows the route pilgrims would have taken finishing in the town. The ruins of the Cathedral and Castle will take you on a journey back in time. The Castle’s underground mine passages and bottle dungeon remain intact and give visitors a real taste of medieval Scotland. It's also home to Scotland's oldest seat of learning, the University of St Andrews, which regularly features in the UK's list of top universities. Everyone also knows of the fairytale royal romance where Wills met Kate!



Play St Andrews Old 09:50 a.m.

The most famous golf course in the world will undoubtedly be the highlight of your trip, with a unique tradition more than six centuries old. A caddy is recommended if this is your first game on the Old Course. 18 holes, 6721 yards, par 72. A current official handicap card (Golf Club affiliated to a Golf Union/Association) record or certificate must be presented to the starter prior to play. Maximum handicaps - 24 Men, 36 Ladies.

Lunch in St Andrews Links Clubhouse included


Sightseeing Suggestion: The British Golf Museum

Welcome to the British Golf Museum. From the 16th century to the present day, the whole history of the great game is explored under one roof. Discover the equipment, personalities and prizes of our much loved sport. Brought to life with hands on activities, interactives and modern interpretation, this is a must see attraction. Over 500 years of golfing history is displayed in the British Golf Museum. Come and experience the history of golf in a unique location, just yards from the world famous Old Course.



Day at leisure

Sightseeing Suggestion: Edinburgh


Welcome to Edinburgh, the inspiring capital of Scotland, where centuries of history meet a vibrant, cosmopolitan city in an unforgettable setting. Discover stunning scenery, striking architecture and fine food. Visit the arts and culture attractions of Edinburgh & The Lothians, which include brilliant galleries, fantastic art centres and entertainment venues. Spend the day marvelling at national collections of artworks or exploring smaller galleries. At night, take in a theatre show or drop by a comedy club for a few laughs. Edinburgh & The Lothians offer a fantastic variety of productions staged in amazing theatres. Settle down in a comfy chair and enjoy work by big companies such as Scottish Opera and the National Theatre of Scotland or see leading amateur performances. Explore Edinburgh’s beautifully preserved Old and New Town and discover an incredible array of historical and cultural attractions. Edinburgh's Old Town is a labyrinth of cobbled streets, narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards, all amazingly well preserved and steeped in the city's history. At its centre is the Royal Mile, a remarkable street of Reformation-era tenement buildings leading from the seat of Edinburgh Castle on Castle Rock down to the grandiose Palace of Holyroodhouse. Inspired by the lofty ideals of the Scottish Enlightenment, the neat and ordered grid of the New Town provides an elegant contrast to the labyrinthine design of the Old Town. Its broad streets boast spectacular neoclassical and Georgian architecture, with a wealth of beautiful buildings perfectly preserved since their construction in the 18th and 19th centuries.



Play Carnoustie G.C


Held the dramatic "99 British Open" won in a play off by Paul Lawrie after Jean Van De Veld made a mess of the 18th. Walter Hagen described this course as the best course in Britain. Watch out for the Barry Burn - Jean didn't - sand, rough and out of bounds. 18 holes, 6941 yards, par 72.


Sightseeing Suggestion: Glamis Castle


Glamis Castle is a living, breathing monument to Scottish heritage, hospitality and enjoyment for all. The family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Glamis Castle is the legendary setting for Shakespeare's Macbeth, the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother and the birthplace of Princess Margaret. As soon as you enter the Queen Mother Gates at Glamis and see the Castle's turrets and towers nestled at the end of the mile-long drive, you can't fail to be impressed by its majesty. Steeped in history, Glamis Castle has evolved over the years to create a stunning architectural treasure that is full of vitality to this day. Once inside, every room has its own story and the evolution of the castle and its legendary tales and secrets are brought to life by your own enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guides.



Play Kingsbarns G.C


Sir Michael Bonallack then Captain of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club was quoted "Kingsbarns might well be one of the last true links sites capable of development in Scotland. Mere words cannot convey just how extraordinary the place is. It must be seen to be believed, and once seen never forgotten". Kingsbarns Golf Links is situated 7 miles from St Andrews along 1.8 miles of picturesque North Sea coastline, where each hole embraces the sea.


Sightseeing Suggestion: Kingsbarns Distillery


Start your visit in our exhibition, exploring the history of the name Kingsbarns and by watching our film, explore the local area in the context of the whisky year. You can watch the story of our renovation of our farm steading unfold before seeing our first cask filled at the distillery nestling inside the doocot. Test your sense of smell by identifying the common whisky aromas intriguingly presented in cow horns. Your friendly guide will explain our distillation methods inside the distillery and then take into one of our tasting rooms for a tutored tasting across a selection of our whiskies.



Depart from Edinburgh / Glasgow Airport.



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.


Your personal proposal


Price per Golfer

4299.00 GBP

Deposit per Golfer 

1500.00 GBP



Package includes 4 rounds of golf. 

A souvenir photo taken at the Old Course and a gift voucher to St Andrews Links shop.

Proof of handicap required. Maximum handicaps are 18 - 24 Men, 24 - 36 Ladies (depending on the golf course).


Twin accommodation as per itinerary in standard rooms.


Full breakfast each day.

Two lunches at St Andrews Links Clubhouse Restaurant included.

A credit of GBP 110.00 per person applied to each guests account to use on food & beverage in any of Hotel du Vin dining outlets


A luxury executive minivan with a private driver/guide at your disposal for the entire trip.

As a rough guide we recommend approximately 10.00 GBP per person per day as a gratuity for your driver/guide tour manager. Thank you.

Golf courses

Full use of all golf clubhouses including access to the changing rooms, showers, lockers, dining room and bar.


VAT and local taxes.


Information pack. Dining recommendations and reservations. We vet the local restaurants and pubs continually.


Airport meet and greet.


Support from our UK office. 24 Hour Total Satisfaction Assurance. To make certain all goes smoothly during your expedition, one of our senior travel counsellors is available to our travellers all day, every day.

St Andrews Old Course

Guaranteed Booking - has the advantage that you can pre-book now but is more expensive than Advance Reservations.  We will arrange a luxury package for you to stay in St Andrews between April and October with a guaranteed tee-time for St Andrews Old Course.  This is a great method of booking any time of year and allows you to plan your itinerary in advance and guarantee all golf courses.

A current official handicap card (Golf Club affiliated to a Golf Union/Association) record or certificate must be presented to the starter prior to play. Maximum handicaps - 24 Men, 36 Ladies.

Ts and Cs

Please check our link to the Terms and Conditions:


We are also pleased, as part of our service, to request caddies and book carts, suggest and arrange sightseeing tours and other non-golf activities.

Not included:

All gratuities

All gratuities.

All flights

All flights.

Caddies or Golf buggies

Caddies need to be requested in advance and cannot be guaranteed. Caddie fee is £55.00 plus tip per round. Golf Carts are available at some courses but often require a medical certificate and a caddie driver.

Proposal & Itinerary prepared by

Adrian Stanley

Director/Owner of AGS Golf Vacations & Former Golf Professional and his

with any trip questions or additional info we can customise this trip further to suit your requirements.

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