Ancient East Coast Links Tour

7 Nights; 6 Rounds

Accommodation:

Old Course Hotel, St Andrews (Day 1 & Day 2)
Greywalls Hotel (Day 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7)

Rounds:

Carnoustie Golf Links (Day 2)
The Old Course, St Andrews (Day 3)
The West Links, North Berwick (Day 4)
Luffness Golf Club (Day 5)
Gullane No.1 (Day 6)
Muirfield (Day 7)

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PLEASE NOTE:
ST ANDREWS OLD COURSE TEE TIMES NOW AVAILABLE FOR 2020
THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO GUARANTEED TEE TIMES AVAILABLE FOR 2019 ON ST ANDREWS OLD COURSE

HOWEVER WE CAN STILL ENTER YOU IN THE BALLOT PROCESS.

PLEASE NOTE:
MUIRFIELD TEE TIMES NOW AVAILABLE FOR 2020
THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO TEE TIMES AVAILABLE FOR 2019 ON MUIRFILED
Day 1:
Accommodation: Old Course Hotel, St Andrews
Once arrival into Scotland you will be met by one of our Exclusive Golf Scotland representatives who will assist and transport you to The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews. The five star hotel overlooks the west sands beach and the famous links courses. It is known as one of Europe’s leading resorts which offers guests outstanding service with luxurious facilities.  It is the ideal spot for the passionate golfer. The hotel is situated near the medieval town centre of St Andrews which has an array of restaurants, historic venues and activities, all of which are worth a visit.


 

Day 2:

Accommodation: Old Course Hotel, St Andrews
Golf Course: Carnoustie Golf Links
After a relaxed breakfast you will be escorted by your Exclusive Golf Scotland driver to Carnoustie Golf Links. Carnoustie is regarded as one of the most challenging courses in the Britain. The Open has been held at Carnoustie 8 times, with many a dramatic moment being played out over the historic links throughout the years. Carnoustie poses a stiff test even for the most seasoned of golfers with meandering burns, formidable bunker combinations and ferocious rough. With golf being played here since the 16th century enjoy your day on the historic course.


 

Day 3:

Accommodation: Greywalls Hotel
Golf Course: The Old Course, St Andrews
In the morning you will be escorted to the famous Old Course at St Andrews. Steeped in history the Old Course has held the Open Championship a grand 29 times. It is known as one of the most iconic golf courses in the world where you can follow the footsteps of legends. The archaic R&N clubhouse sits behind the first tee and the town looks over the historic links course. The course has been largely sculpted by mother nature and only in recent times has mankind played an important role. With the combination of the unique features of the course and the breathtaking views it will be a round of golf that you will remember. 
After your round at The Old Course you will be escorted to Greywalls Hotel which is situated by Muirfield Golf Course. Grey Walls was built in 1901 and has outstanding views over the famous 9th and 18th greens at Muirfield. Guarded by a manicured walled garden, the hotel provides exceptional service and dining. Greywalls tranquil setting makes it the perfect venue for relaxation after a long day on the links.

 

Day 4:
Accommodation Greywalls Hotel
Golf Course: The West Links, North Berwick

North Berwick is without doubt one of Scotland’s best and most historic links courses located on the Firth of Forth. With unforgettable views over the town of North Berwick, Bass Rock and Craigleith, North Berwick supplements a challenging and traditional layout with sublime surroundings. With the dramatics of the sea in the background it will create the perfect location for a testing round of golf. You will return to the luxurious Greywalls Hotel to enjoy a relaxing evening after thrilling day on the east coast.

 

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Day 5:
Accommodation: Greywalls Hotel
Golf Course: Luffness New Golf Club
You will take a short journey to Luffness which is located in the heart of the famous golfing country on the East Lothian coastline. It was founded and designed by Old Tom Morris it is both an enjoyable yet challenging course combined with a historical setting. It welcomes golfers from all over the world who want to experience the traditional golf links which are in excellent conditions throughout the whole year. 

 

Day 6:
Accommodation: Greywalls Hotel
Golf Course: Gullane No. 1
After an evening of relaxation you will be escorted to Gullane No. 1 which stretches back to 1844. The course is uniquely challenging for serious golfers with the addition of excellent views across to Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth providing you with a memorable experience. The course is filled with character and history allowing it to be one of Scotland’s finest links courses. Despited the unpredictable Scottish weather the ball is played all year round and are known as the best greens in Scotland during the winter months. 


 

Day 7:

Accommodation: Greywalls Hotel
Golf Course: Muirfield
You will make the short walk from Greywalls Hotel to Muirfield’s first tee. Muirfield has been sculpted into the East Lothian coastline and is regarded as one of the most challenging links courses on the Open rota.Designed by Scottish golfing legend Old Tom Morris, Muirfield is home to the oldest golf club in the world “The Honorable Club Of Edinburgh Golfers” and has an enriched history. Muirfield has hosted 15 Open championships, most recently in 2013. The course layout resembles two concentric circles and is considered a classic masterpiece. The concentric layout means the wind attacks from all angles and one really has to battle against the elements.

 

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Departure