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Tour Details

Arrival: Glasgow/ Edinburgh
Departure: Glasgow/ Edinburgh


Trump Turnberry > Gleneagles > Old Course Hotel > Boath House > Prestonfield House


Day One

Accommodation: Trump Turnberry

Arriving at your chosen arrival you will be greeted by your Private Driver. They will assist you with your luggage before transporting you to your first destination, The Trump Turnberry Resort. “Trump Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort and winner of the Scottish Hotel of the Year 2018, enjoys a spectacular coastal setting with breathtaking views of Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig and the Irish Sea. Surrounded by Scotland’s most beautiful scenery, every visit is unforgettable. Exquisite accommodations are available in our magnificently restored hotel, many with ocean views.”

The rest of the day will be spent as a recuperation day to allow you to rest after your journey.

Day Two

Accommodation: Trump Turnberry

The morning of your second day will be your first round of golf in Scotland; on one of the countries finest golf courses.

You will play the Aisla Course, 4 time Open venue, the Ailsa course is one of the best and toughest challenges in championship golf. Sited between the magnificent Trump Turnberry Hotel and the sea, this great course weaves in and out of spectacular dunes. Turnberry lighthouse and Ailsa Craig, standing over 1,200 foot high out at sea, form great backdrops to all of the holes, and the ruins of Robert the Bruce’s castle can be seen from the signature 9th hole. Although stretched to over 7,000 yards for Open Championships, the medal course is not one that demands great power for par but rather more care and attention to detail both off the tee and with the approach shots.

The evening will be spent once more in the Trump Turnberry Hotel.

Day Three

Accommodation: The Gleneagles Hotel

Travelling from Turnberry you will drive north through Scotland’s largest City of Glasgow before driving north once more passing Stirling and into Perthsire. Here next to the town of Auchterarder you will find the beautiful Gleneagles Resort.

Once at the resort you will be given the option to explore their many activities or relax in the in house Spa.

Day Four

Accommodation: The Old Course Hotel

On day four you will have the chance to play the famed PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles. Home to the 2014 Ryder Cup. With five tee positions available on the PGA Centenary Golf Course, the track varies from 5,065 to 7,081 yards in length, making it one of the longest golf courses in inland Scotland from the back tees. Nicklaus designed this course using the best of his earlier experiences in course architecture to create a real gem. The PGA Centenary also hosts the Johnnie Walker Classic each year, and even more recently hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, a testament to Nicklaus’ outstanding design and imagination. 

After your morning round you will travel east to the Home of Golf, St Andrews where you will spend the evening overlooking the Old Course itself at The Old Course Hotel.

Day Five

Accommodation: The Old Course Hotel

On your first morning in St Andrews you will travel to the outskirts of the town to play the fantastic Castle Course. Set atop the cliffs giving views of St Andrews Town, 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.

Day Six

Accommodation: Boath House

In the morning you will play the one and only Old Course at St Andrews. This legendary links is one of the world’s most iconic courses with even Tiger Woods himself saying “If I could only play one golf course for the rest of my life; it would be the Old Course at St Andrews.” The par 72, 7,305 yard “Cathedral of Golf” also boasts having held the Open Championship 29 times and sees the ancient tournament return home ever 5 years.

In the evening you will drive to the town of Nairn on Scotlands north coast where you will find Boath House, your home for the next two evenings.

Day Seven

Accommodation: Boath House

Morning number seven will see you travel to the ancient market town of Dornoch to play Royal Dornoch Golf Course. Seen as the “hidden gem” of Scottish golf, Royal Dornoch est. 1877 is seen by many as one of the finest links courses the world has to offer. Even being ranked as the 3rd best course in Scotland.

In the afternoon there is the option to take a trip to Inverness and Loch Ness before returning to Boath House for the evening.

Day Eight

Accommodation: Prestonfield House

This morning you will awake to be transported to Castle Stuart Golf Links. A modern links course established in 2001 on the Moray Course. Castle Stuart is known as one of the toughest tests of links golf available. The course regularly hosts the Scottish Open.

In the afternoon you will make the journey south into the capital city of Edinburgh and to your final accommodation of Prestonfield House.

Day Nine

Accommodation: Prestonfield House

Continuing your Open Roster journey you will travel to the ancient Muirfield, the worlds oldest golf club. Established in 1744 the “Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers” is credited with creating and defining the rules of golf in the sport’s juvenile years. Designed by Tom Morris, Sr the course at Muirfield has seen some of the most dramatic moments of Open history played out on this majestic links.

Returning to your accommodation you will have the option to enjoy a tour of Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.

Day 10