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Golfer and Non-Golfer Ultimate Tour

Duration: 7 Nights
Golf Courses: Old Course, Carnoustie, PGA Gleneagles, Royal Troon, Turnberry
Accomodation: Rusacks Hotel, Gleneagles, Culzean Castle
Extras: Guided Sight-seeing, Castle stays, Whisky tasting, Island visits

Golfer and Non-Golfer tour

Scotia Golfing specialise in unique tailor-made Scottish golf tours. We understand that not every member of a group on holiday wants to experience the same daily activities and, remarkably, not everyone  who visits Scotland is able to, or wants to golf.  Because of this we have put together another package suited to the Golfer and Non-Golfer. If you book this package we will also include reservations at our favourite restaurants. This Scottish tour also gives you the chance to experience a stay in a historic Castle!


Day 1

Arrive in Scotland and meet your Scotia Golfing representative. They will assist with your hire car collection or help load the chauffeur driven vehicle.

Transfer to Rusacks Hotel, St Andrews. Overlooking the 18th Hole of the Old Course. A fabulous place to start your Scottish golf tour.

Day 2

Golfers : Old Course * (Subject to Ballot) - Play the holy grail, the most famous of them all! The Old Course will once again host the Open Championship in 2021 and is the highlight of many Scottish golf holidays. Golfers who wish to play must have a maximum handicap of 24 for Gents and 36 for Ladies. The availability is subject to ballot (50% of tee times are allocated this way), 48 hours prior to playing your names will be entered into the ballot and later that day the results will be revealed. If the ballot is unsuccessful we will arrange a game on one of the following (Gleneagles, Castle Course, Torrance, New)

Non - Golfers:

A tour of St Andrews: St Andrews is internationally famous for its golf courses and its university, but it also provides a fascinating introduction to Scotland’s history: its ancient cathedral once housed the bones of St Andrew, the disciple of Christ, and was one of the most prestigious religious centres in Europe; while its castle tells stories of murder and social and religious upheaval.

Day 3

Golfers : Carnoustie - Play 'The Beast' ! Carnoustie has been an Open championship venue most recently in 2007 however will be notoriously remembered for Jean Van de Velde and the 'Barry Burn' in the 1999 Open Championship. Playing host to the Open again in 2018, Carnoustie offers one of the sternest tests in Golf. A must play on any Scottish golf tour.

Non - Golfers:

Day trip / tour to Edinburgh. Experience the vast history of this ancient city. Learn about the New and the Old town and visit the historic Edinburgh Castle.

Day 4

Golfers and Non Golfers:

A day of rest for the golfers. Explore central Scotland and visit Stirling Castle in the morning. In the afternoon head for whisky tasting and a distillery tour at Scotland's oldest whisky distillery.

Transfer to Gleneagles Hotel for a night of 5* Luxury and enjoy the fabulous facilities.

Day 5

Golfers:  PGA - Host to the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup. Jack Nicklaus describes the landscape as the 'finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with'. An American designed course carved into a Traditional Scottish moorland provides the golfer with picturesque views throughout. A chance to show you that Scotland also has world class inland golf courses.

Non Golfers:

Utilise the fantastic facilities at Gleneagles Hotel. Unwind in the 5* spa or try out Clay Pigeon shooting or Falconry.

Transfer to Culzean Castle for the remainder of your stay.  You will get to spend 2 nights in a fabulous historic Castle!!

Day 6

Golfers: Play Royal Troon - 2016 Open Championship Venue - Has previously hosted the Open on 8 occasions and is host to the famous 'Postage Stamp'.

Non Golfers: Day trip to the Isles of Arran. Visit the red sandstone Brodick castle and explore the historic island.

Day 7

Golfers: Play Turnberry - A fitting finale to your trip, Turnberry (ranked in the top 20 courses worldwide) is the most scenic course on the Open rota and played host to the 'Dual in the Sun'.

Non Golfers:

Visit the Robert Burns birthplace museum and the viking centre.

Transfer to airport hotel prior to departing from your Scotland golf tour.

Prices available upon request  

This is just a sample itinerary that we are able to customize to meet your individual requirements.



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