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Play, stay and enjoy the best Scotland has to offer Two Good Rounds style.5 rounds of golf, 6 nights accommodation suggested for group of 8-12 people. Play Turnberry, Gleneagles, St. Andrews, Carnoustie. Stay at St. Andrews visit Auchentoshan Whisky Distillery.
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  • Day 1 Arrive at Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport.  Greeted on arrival by Golf Vacations Scotland. Travel to Turnberry and stay at Turnberry 5 * Resort for 2 nights
  • Day 2 Play Turnberry. This afternoon, visit the Auchentoshan Whisky Distillery for a private distillery tour.  Make the day memorable by filling your own souvenir bottle of Single Malt Whisky from the Auchentoshan casks
  • Day 3 Play Gleneagles PGA Ryder Cup course. Stay at Gleneagles 5 * Resort for 1 night 
  • Day 4 Play St Andrews New Stay at The Old Course 5 * Hotel, St Andrews for 3 nights
  • Day 5 Play Carnoustie After golf, enjoy a private tour of nearby Glamis Castle, inspiration for Shakespeare’s Macbeth.  A Piper’s welcome on arrival is followed by a whisky and shortbread reception in the 16th Century kitchens before a personal tour of the castle and an insight into its 600 years of history.
  • Day 6 Play St Andrews Old Dine this evening in the Road Hole Restaurant, overlooking the famous Old Course
  • Day 7 Depart from Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport.

PRICE PER PERSON (twin/double room occupancy)  

Price: $6,957.00

PRICE PER PERSON (single room occupancy)  

Price: $8,567.00

Price based in GB Pounds.  USD $ given for indicative purposes only and will vary with exchange rates.  Exchange rates can be fixed on request.


*** Guaranteed Old course tee times presently available as follows:

April & May – good availability

June – 17, 18, 24, 25

July – 1-4, 8, 9

September – 2, 3


  • 5 rounds of golf
  • 6 nights accommodation, single or twin/double occupancy to include all taxes, service charges and Scottish breakfast.
  • Dinner at The Old Course Hotel & Spa (includes 3 course meal with tea/coffee)
  • Tours at the Auchentoshan Distillery (including souvenir bottle of whisky) and Glamis Castle (including a Piper’s Welcome & whisky and shortbread reception)
  • Chauffeured luxury transport – leather executive reclining seats, aircon, CD system, DVD/LCD screens, fridge (you may bring your own beverages on board), valeted daily.
  • On call service of Golf Vacations Scotland. Complete vacation travel packet including final itinerary, vouchers, road directions, maps, sight seeing suggestions and restaurant recommendations and other helpful hints, mailed to you in advance.


  • Flights, Travel insurance, Cart hire or caddies
  • Mobile phone available on request (you can personally hire one and phone # will be issued in advance)

Golf Course Descriptions

Turnberry – Venue of 4 Open Championships the most memorable being the great Watson v Nicklaus head to head in 1977 or has that been surpassed by 2009? The magnificent Ailsa course and sister Kintyre course offer breathtaking views over Turnberry Bay. Rated in the top 20 golf courses in the world, the courses are only available to hotel guests. Ailsa 6408yds sss 71

Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course – The PGA Centenary Course, home of the 2014 Ryder Cup and created by Jack Nicklaus, is a modern classic.  Even for a champion and acclaimed golf architect like Nicklaus, The PGA Centenary Course was a challenge.  It had to be a great course and, set as it is in the heart of Scotland, the country that gave the world golf, Nicklaus described the course as “The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with”.

Carnoustie – Hosted 2007’s exciting Open Championship but will probably be better remembered for 1999 when Jean Van De Velde came unstuck at the final hole forfeiting a 3 shot lead. The narrow fairways and high rough which that Championship was remembered for are now no longer such feature and Visitors can look forward to a beautifully conditioned course where accuracy is rewarded but poor course management exposed.

New Course, St Andrews – This is a fine traditional links which runs adjacent to the Old and many consider is more difficult. It is a British Amateur Championship venue and over 100 years old – so not so new!

Old Course, St Andrews – It is essential for all keen golfers to make a pilgrimage to play this fine old links at least once in their life. To play the course you must possess handicap certification and a maximum handicap of 24 for Gents and 36 for Ladies. We can source these times which would ensure you secured guaranteed tee times well in advance of your arrival. They are sold as a package which includes a round on the Old and New course. The sooner you plan your tour the more likely that we can access such times.


Accommodation Descriptions

Turnberry 5 * Resort, Ayrshire

Arguably the finest resort hotel in Scotland. Turnberry is something to behold with its undoubted comfort matched only by the breathtaking views overlooking the Ailsa and Kintyre courses. In addition to two fine Championship links courses the resort possesses a state of the art golf academy and impressive Spa facilities. There are two excellent restaurants and Glasgow airport is just over an hour’s drive away.  Golf at Turnberry is generally accessible to hotel residents only.

Gleneagles 5 * Hotel, Auchterarder

There’s only one Gleneagles, suitably nicknamed “the playground to the Gods.”  A genuine 5 star resort, Gleneagles is a haven of tranquillity and luxury and one of Scotland’s finest hotels.  All manner of activities are on offer at Gleneagles, from golf on Scotland’s finest parkland course to hunting and spa therapies.  Rooms at Gleneagles are spacious and luxurious, while the restaurants offer a great Taste of Scotland you’re sure to relish.

The Old Course 5 * Hotel, St Andrews

Overlooking the Old Course and the sea, the Old Course Hotel is a haven of luxury, warm hospitality and exquisite dining.  Accommodation here is some of the finest in Scotland.  There’s a range of dining options here and the Road Hole Bar has a range of almost 200 whiskies for you to sample.   The hotel also has its own golf course, the Dukes course and the Kohler Waters Spa.

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