Turnberry, Muirfield, Gleneagles… names well known by every golfing great on both sides of the Atlantic. As Scotland prepares to play host to the Open Championship once again this year, we are giving you the chance to retrace the steps of those legends gone before, and to create some history of your very own.
On this exclusive journey to the home of Golf, you will play the courses that have made this ancient land famous, whilst dining and resting at the most luxurious establishments in the country.
With innovating use of modern technology, the spectacular landscapes and the rugged terrain, Scotland has somehow managed to remain at the forefront of the golfing world without shedding the historic roots which allowed the game to flourish centuries ago.
You will have all your golfing talents put to the test as you face the incredible variety of courses the country has to offer, ranging from the rolling fairways of the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles, the site of the 2014 Ryder Cup, to the unpredictable winds of the quirky Dundonald Links, which will host this year’s Scottish Open.
On your journey across this ancient land you will be staying at incredible five-star hotels such as Cameron House, Gleneagles, Trump Turnberry and The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews. These luxury stays will be accompanied by first class cuisine from some of the best chefs in Europe, accompanied by a glass or two of the finest Single Malt Scotch whiskies.
The best courses, the finest restaurant