THE HOME OF GOLF
Take a journey to the birthplace of the modern game.
“The Home of Golf”. No better words can describe Scotland and yet the mere statement doesn’t fully encapsulate everything that Scotland embodies.
A journey to the birthplace of the modern game is not only an opportunity to play one of their five Open Championship venues but to also sample the finest offerings on the Malt Whisky Trail, explore some of the most historic sites, towns & cities, and gain a greater appreciation for true links golf.
From the ultimate Bucket List course: the Old Course, to Muirfield, Royal Dornoch, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie to the lesser known treasures of North Berwick, Panmure, Dundonald Links and the new Dumbarnie Golf Links, the problem golfers will face when visiting Scotland is how to fit all of the rounds in during their visit!
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ICONIC DESTINATIONS & UNFORGETTABLE MEMORIES
Gullane Golf Club
Located in East Lothian (Scotland’s Golf Coast), Gullane is a two-time host of the European Tour’s Scottish Open and previous host to the Ladies Scottish Open. Home to three courses, Gullane is as fine a challenge for any golfer as any course.
Kingsbarns Golf Links
Often considered a modern links course, golf at Kingsbarns dates back to 1793. However, it wasn’t until 2000 when the 27th ranked course in the world took its current form. No stop to St Andrews is complete without a visit to Kingsbarns.
The historic Rusacks Hotel will reopen in 2021 after an extensive renovation of the iconic hotel, which sits adjacent to the 18th hole of the Old Course. The Rusacks was always one of THE places to be while in St Andrews and that will be more true than ever when its new rooms and rooftop bar debut.
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