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Five of the current Open Championship courses are to be found in Scotland – Turnberry, Carnoustie, Muirfield, Royal Troon and The Old Course at St Andrews. Golf has been played here for six hundred years, and it really is the mecca for those wanting to experience the most beautiful, natural rugged links golf courses in the world.

Imagine yourself playing out ‘The Duel in the Sun’ with Nicklaus and Watson at Turnberry. Play golf’s toughest par four – The Road Hole at St Andrews, or take on Carnoustie, the most challenging test in links golf. Combine these classic layouts with Scotland’s other majestic courses such as Kingsbarns and Royal Dornoch and you are about to embark on the best golf tour imaginable.

Scotland is home to a selection of iconic hotels. Turnberry on the west coast, Gleneagles at the gateway to the Highlands, and The Old Course Hotel looking over the most famous stretch of terrain in golf. In addition to having preferred relationships with the finest five star hotels in Scotland, we also offer our clients the chance to stay at beautifully restored medieval buildings such as Castle Stuart and The Witchery in Edinburgh. For those requiring privacy and space to relax, there is even the opportunity to stay at exclusive private residences, one of which is a mere ten yards from the 18th green at St Andrews.

From Loch Ness to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond, Scotland is one of those most beautiful places you will ever visit. Be sure to take a little time out from playing the legendary links courses, and immerse yourself in our nation’s very proud heritage. We look forward to watching you tee off on the first hole of the Old Course very soon.


Ireland boasts two of the top ten ranked golf courses in the world – Royal County Down and Royal Portrush, in addition to many golfers spiritual home at Ballybunion. The courses are more undulating and spectacular than their Scottish counterparts, and often very exposed to the wild Atlantic winds. There are several different areas to base your trip around.

The south west region encompasses Lahinch, Doonbeg, Tralee, Waterville, Ballybunion. Another popular trip includes the Dublin courses of Portmarnock and The Island followed by a trip up north to play the undisputed jewels in the crown at Royal County Down and Royal Portrush.

Where to stay is almost as difficult a decision as where to play. We take great pleasure in offering our clients Ireland’s finest luxury five star hotels, in addition to the wonderful retreats at Dromoland Castle, Doonbeg and Slieve Donard. Ireland is particularly suited to heli-golf with many of its top courses stretched throughout the length and breadth of the country. Flying over the Cliffs of Moher and around The Ring of Kerry is almost as enjoyable as playing the fabled links courses themselves.

In Ireland you are never short of character, craic and a smile. The locals welcome you with open arms and embracing the country’s culture is as much a part of your experience as traversing through the dunes on the golf course. Visit the world’s oldest whiskey distillery at Bushmills, or sample a pint of Guinness from the original brewery in Dublin. Walk over the volcanic rock at The Giants Causeway or enjoy a lifetime of Irish eloquence after kissing the Blarney Stone.

Céad Míle Fáilte – A thousand welcomes…