Here are some sample itineraries for golf in Scotland. Contact Kathie to design your own specialized itinerary.
St. Andrews Explorer: Collect your rental car and make your way to the Carnoustie Golf Hotel & Spa*, your base for the next four nights. Your package includes 3 rounds of golf, planned at St. Andrew’s Jubilee Course, Carnoustie Golf Links, and Kings Golf Links* (Hotel & Golf Courses subject to availability) Highland Links: Collect your rental car and make your way to the Kingsmill*, your base for the next four nights. Your package includes 3 rounds of golf, planned at Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Castle Stuart Golf Links, and Nairn Golf Club* (Hotel & Golf Courses subject to availability)
COURSE INFO: St. Andrew’s Jubilee Course: This 6742 yard 72 par course, is the third championship course at the Home of Golf. The Jubilee is considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links. Carnoustie Golf Links: Carnoustie is a big, natural, seaside golf links course and the Championship course is considered to be one of the most challenging in the British Isles. Kingsbarns Golf Links: Situated just six miles from St. Andrews, Kingsbarns is an important addition to this area. Take advantage of viewing the North Sea from virtually every part of this course. Royal Dornoch Golf Club: This championship course was ranked No. 5 in the world and No. 1 in Scotland by Golf Digest in 2016. Castle Stuart Golf Links: Castle Stuart Golf Links is a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth. The course has attracted international acclaim for its design, location, and ability to be playable yet challenging for both beginners and professionals. Nairn Golf Club: Ranked number 11 in the list of Top 100 Course in Scotland (Golf World Magazine 2015), this traditional Scottish golf links course was created from a Highland wilderness and test the talents of professionals alike.