East & West "Links" Tour 2018

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Price based on high season April - October 2016. Scottish Golf Tours must have a minimum of 2 people. Please enquire for low season special offer

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Tour Overview

  • 7 nights accommodation, double occupancy at hotel
  • 4 nights at The Roxburghe Hotel**** Edinburgh
  • 3 nights at the Montgreenan Mansion Hotel**** Ayrshire
  • Full Scottish breakfast/continental breakfast every morning
  • All transfers to and from hotel, golf courses east/ west and airport
  • Welcome cocktail in "The Dome" on first evening
  • 6 rounds of championship golf
  • Craigielaw, Dunbar, North Berwick, Turnberry, Glasgow Gailes, Prestwick
  • All local taxes
  • Welcome pack
  • Personal attention from Eric Grandison PGA Professional
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Experience the finest and oldest Links courses in the world here in beautiful East Lothian, only 20 minutes drive from the splendours of the historical Scottish Capital, awaits a true golfers’ paradise. With courses such as Muirfield, Gullane, Craigielaw, Dunbar and North Berwick, not forgetting Musselburgh Links, you won’t be disappointed. Tradition has it that Mary Queen of Scots played on Musselburgh Links in 1567. All courses enjoy breathtaking views over the Firth of Forth and are blessed with natural beauty. This region has 20 first class golf courses within a 15 minute drive and is the most concentrated area for top class golf in the world. Anybody taking part in this memorable tour will go home with lasting fond memories of their time spent in “The Home of Golf”. An experience that stays with you!
East Lothian – a great place to be!

The South West Coast of Scotland has some of the finest Links Courses Scotland has to offer. This region has a kaleidoscope of absorbing natural beauty, stunning seascapes which is romantic and inspiring and is home of the famous poet Robert Burns. This is where the greatest championship of them all began. “The Open Championship” at Prestwick Golf Club in 1860. Although no longer on the “Open” rota it is a mecca for golfer who love the history of the game. Turnburry and Troon (venue of 2004 Open) are only miles apart and are well worth a visit. Playing on these famous Links courses will be an experience you’ll never forget.

Day 1
Upon your arrival in Edinburgh you will be personally met by Eric Grandison your PGA Professional. You will be escorted to the awaiting Eric Grandison Golf School coach and transferred to the Hotel. At 19.00 hrs there will be a welcome cocktail in the "The Dome", the grandest restaurant/bar in the capital's city centre - the ideal starting point for your Scottish experience.
Overnight at "The Roxburghe" Hotel**** Edinburgh

Day 2
Play at Craigielaw
Craigielaw is situated just 20 miles east of Edinburgh amidst the glorious coastal scenery of East Lothian, Scotland. Inspired by great links courses, particularly those on land which are less dominated by dunes, Craigielaw is equal to many of the finest examples of such courses which are conveniently located nearby in the East Lothian area. The new clubhouse is a stunning contemporary building, formed with the former steading. This is a fantastic course build in the true Scottish “Links” style. The excellent facilities at Craigielaw also include a full size “grass” driving range, a beautiful manicured 6 hole par 3 course and it is the home of the Eric Grandison Golf School.
Overnight at "The Roxburghe "Hotel ****Edinburgh.

Day 3
Play at Dunbar
Established 1856
Dunbar designed by Old Tom Morris around 1850. Dunbar East Links situated on the estuary of the Firth of Forth, is a breathtaking layout of a championship links course that stretches across 6404 yards of coastal terrain. All of the major Scottish championship have been played here, the Scottish Amateur, Professional Championship and Scottish Boys Championship and the course has been used as an Open qualifier on several occasions in recent years. This is a classic links course with outstanding views of the May Island and the Firth of Forth.
Overnight at "The Roxburghe"Hotel**** Edinburgh.

Day 4
Play at North Berwick
Established 1832
The 13th oldest Golf Club in the world, North Berwick is second only to the Royal Ancient of St. Andrews for continuous play over the same course. One of the most natural links in the world. Many holes have been copied by designers all over the world, most commonly the 14th named “Perfection” and the 15th called “Redan”
which have been both replicated in both Peeble Beach and Shinnecock Hills. Experience breathtaking views over the Bass Rock and the Firth of Forth. Not to be missed.
Overnight at "The Roxburghe"Hotel**** Edinburgh

Day 5
Play Turnberry
The Alisa Course is a real test of golf with a awesome stretch of coastal holes, intermingling turbulent dunes and rocky cracks, represent links golf at its best. Named after the landmark “Alisa Craig” holes four through eleven which play alongside the sea are among the most beautiful and demanding as anywhere in the world. Turnberry graduation to the envied ranks of host the Open Championship came in 1977. Where Watson and Nicklaus went head to head in what became known as “The duel in the sun” which was one of the most exciting finish you’ll ever witness.
Overnight at "Montgreenan Mansion Hotel"**** Ayrshire

Day 6
Play at Glasgow Gailes
Glasgow Gailes is the seaside outpost of the Glasgow Golf Club, the 9th oldest golf club in the world. It lies in the heart of Scotland´s Ayrshire Golf Coast only a few miles from Preswick and Royal Troon and within easy reach of the other famous Open Championship venue, Turnberry. This classic Scottish links enjoys a well earned reputation for the strength of it´s challenge and for the quality of its facilities. The layout is the work of Willie Park Jnr, Open Champion in 1887 and 1889 and was completed in 1912. Willie Par Jnr was responsible for more than 170 courses around the world and considered his work at Gailes among the heather and gorse as among his best.
Overnight at "Montgreenan Mansion Hotel"**** Ayrshire

Day 7
Play at Prestwick
Prestwick Golf Club was founded in 1851. This is where the greatest championship of them all began, the birthplace of “The Open Championship” in 1860. Prestwick is steeped with history and tradition and is a mecca for golfer’s who love the history of golf. Playing a round on this hallowed turf is a real honour where you will be walking in the footsteps great legends such as young Tom Morris, perhaps the first ever golf superstar.
Overnight at "Montgreenan Mansion Hotel"**** Ayrshire

Day 8
Transfer to airport - return home


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