6 rounds of golf. 7 nights twin accommodation close to the course.
2 lunches and 1 dinner in the St Andrews Links Clubhouse.
Gift voucher and souvenir Photo on the 1st, 17th and 18th holes including iconic shots on the 1st tee and Swilcan Bridge
Private driver / guide throughout in luxury mini-coach (price based on 8 sharing)
Or self-drive minivan with insurance shared between 4 people.
Airport ‘meet and greet’. Support from area office with 24 hour on call service
Also part of our service is to request caddies and book carts, suggest and arrange sightseeing tours and other non-golf activities, recommend restaurants etc
Arrive at Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport, met by AGS Representative, collect auto or meet your private driver/guide, drive to St Andrews your base for 4 nights.
Play the St. Andrews New Golf Course, this classic links golf course is a must for any golfer visiting St Andrews.
On the first tee enjoy the atmosphere and sense of occasion as you play St. Andrews Old Golf Course.
Play Kingsbarns and enjoy a seamless golfing experience from arrival to departure.
Drive to Troon your base for three nights. Play Prestwick, host of the first Open championship, it has an unrivalled history and a charismatic course.
Play Royal Troon, a challenging golf course that has hosted the Open nine times, the most recent in 2016.
Play Turnberry Ailsa, set on the glorious Ayrshire coastline, it is one of the finest golfing destinations in the world. Stay overnight at Trump Turnberry and Spa.
Depart from Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport.
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
|Glasgow and Ayrshire
|Edinburgh and Lothians
|Angus and Fife
|Argyle and the Isles
|Aberdeen & North East
|Around the Great Glen
* indicates most popular sightseeing locations ** indicates world heritage sights
A classic combination of luxury and style...
Deluxe accommodation at the stylish and convenient The Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa overlooking the 17th hole of the world famous Old Course, Lochgreen House a classic country house overlooking Royal Troon golf course.
A balance of quality and affordability...
Luxury accommodation at Rusacks hotel with the stunning views of the Old Course and walking distance to St Andrews town and the historic country house hotel The Piersland Hotel in Troon (former home of Johnnie Walker).
Offering excellent value for money...
Superb accommodation at Montague Guest House a Victorian townhouse dated back to the late 19th century with original features and comfortable, modern accommodation, and South Beach Hotel facing Troon’s tranquil seafront, offering brightly furnished rooms with cosy classic décor.
You will be driven by an experienced and fully qualified driver.The driver will meet you at the airport.
Traveling by helicopter adds another interesting and exciting dimension to your golf tour.
The Capital City of Scotland Edinburgh is an excellent base for Golf and for Entertainment.
This area is famous for Links golf with a choice of 10 good courses to the East of Edinburgh.
Golfers who want to play 36 holes some days will find good value in this area.
The sizeable double greens are a distinctive characteristic of St Andrews Old Course. Furthermore, 7 of the greens are combined by two holes each, with hole numbers adding up to 18 (2nd paired with 16th, 3rd with 15th, all the way up to 8th and 10th).
With 112 bunkers in total the Old Course provides a formidable challenge. The 2 legendary bunkers are the 10 ft deep ‘Hell Bunker’ situated at the 14th hole and the ‘Road Hole Bunker’ at the 17th. Numerous professional golfers have seen their chances of winning the Open prematurely cut short by hammering their golf ball straight into these feared bunkers.