The Ultimate Open Championship Tour
6 Nights; 5 Rounds
Lochgreen House, Troon ( Day 1 & 2 )
Old Course Hotel, St Andrews ( Day 3 & 4 )
Greywalls, Muirfield ( Day 5 & 6 )
Ailsa Course, Turnberry ( day 2 )
Royal Troon, Troon ( day 3 )
Carnoustie, Carnoustie ( day 4 )
Old Course, St Andrews ( day 5 )
Muirfield, Muirfield ( day 6)
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Accommodation: Lochgreen House, Troon
On arrival at the Airport you will be met by an Exclusive Golf Scotland representative who will transfer you to Lochgreen House based in Troon. Lochgreen House is set in the idyllic Ayrshire countryside. Surrounded by thirty acres of beautiful forestry and immaculate gardens, the luxury 5 star hotel provides comfort and quality service. After a long day travelling you might want to relax in the renowned spa. The spa provides a range of treatments including massages, manicures, hair/make-up and pedicures. The three double AA Rosette restaurant is one of the finest restaurants in Ayrshire and service is pioneered by award winning chefs Bill and Andrew Costley. Enjoy a relaxing evening after a hectic day travelling.
Accommodation: Lochgreen House, Troon
Golf Course- Turnberry Ailsa
After breakfast you will be escorted to Trump Turnberry to play Turnberry Ailsa. The revered Aisla course has hosted 4 open championships and is regarded as one of the most scenic links courses in the world. While battling this iconic links track you can take a moment to enjoy the natural surroundings. The course has spectacular views over the Isle of Arran, Mull and Kintyre. Bruce’s Castle is the signature hole, overlooked by Robert The Bruce’s archaic castle and the iconic lighthouse. No matter your opinion on Donald Trump, Trump Turnberry golf resort is one of the finest in the world.
Accommodation- Old Course Hotel St Andrews
Golf Course- Royal Troon
After breakfast your Exclusive Golf Scotland transfer will be waiting to escort you to Royal Troon Golf Club. You will be teeing off at the “ Old Course” at Royal Troon which has hosted the Open Championship nine times. Royal Troon is a traditional links classic with picturesque scenery. With majestic views over the Firth Of Clyde, the Isle of Arran and on a clear day the Alisa Craig, Royal Troon embodies the beauty of links golf. The courses signature hole is known as the Postage Stamp and is the shortest par three in Open golf. The narrow green is cut into the side of a sand dune and an ominous gully lies short of the green. Royal Troon combines undulating fairways, pot bunkers, sporadic gorse patches and punishing rough. Once you have enjoyed the beautiful links you will be escorted to the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews.
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Accommodation – Old Course Hotel, St Andrews
Golf Course- The Old Course
The Old Course Hotel which resides by the famous 17th Road hole. This luxury 5 star hotel combines a classical design with a modern twist. With beautiful views over the Old Course right to West Sand beach, we highly recommend enjoying a cold beverage while enjoying this iconic view. 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.
After a leisurely breakfast you will be escorted to the famous Old Course at St Andrews. Steeped in history the Old Course has held the Open Championship 29 times. From the historic 17th Road hole to Swilcan Bridge there is not a course in the world with a more entrenched history. The archaic R&N clubhouse sits behind the first tee and the “Auld Grey Toon” looks over the ancient links course. The course has been largely sculpted by mother nature and only in recent times has mankind played an important role. The undulating fairways, gigantic greens, picturesque burns and exquisite views will send shivers down your spine.
Accommodation- Grey Walls Hotel
Golf Course- Carnoustie
After a leisurely breakfast you will be escorted by your Exclusive Golf Scotland driver to Carnoustie Golf Links. Carnoustie or as some know it “Carnasty” is regarded as one of the toughest courses in the UK. The Open has been held at Carnoustie 8 times, with many a dramatic moment being played out over the historic links throughout the years. Most famously was Jean Van De Velde’s catastrophe in the Barry Burn on the last day of the 1999 Open Championship, where he made a triple bogey. Carnoustie poses a stiff test even for the most seasoned of golfers with meandering burns, formidable bunker combinations and ferocious rough.
After your round at Carnoustie you will be escorted to Grey Walls Hotel which is situated by Muirfield Golf Course. Grey Walls was built in 1901 and has glorious views over the famous 9th and 18th greens at Muirfield. Grey Walls is a traditional Edwardian manor house and was originally designed to be a “dignified holiday home”. Guarded by a manicured walled garden, the hotel provides exceptional service and dining. Grey Walls tranquil setting makes it the perfect venue for relaxation after a long day on the links.
Accommodation: Grey Walls Hotel
Golf Course- Muirfield
You will make the short walk from Grey Walls 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. Muirfield combines small greens, intimating sand dunes, traditional pot bunkers and aesthetic views over the firth of forth.
After your round you can relax in the Grey Walls. We also recommend visiting the quaint golfing town of Gullane which is just down the road.
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