The Best Golf and Whisky Tour Scotland

Duration: 10 Nights
Golf Courses: The Old Course, Kingsbarns, Carnoustie, Royal Aberdeen, Trump International, Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Castle Stuart, Kings (Gleneagles)
Accomodation: A selection of hotels available
The best Golf and Whisky tour in Scotland. A 10 night package covering the north and east coast of Scotland. Thes regions offer some of the finest golf courses and whisky in the world.
Day 1
Arrive in Scotland and meet your Scotia Golfing representative. They will explain your weeks itinerary while also introducing you to your driver and helping to load the luxury minibus. Transfer to the 4* hotel.
Day 2
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 this year. Golfers who wish to play must have a maximum handicap of 24 for Gents and 36 for Ladies. If ballot was not a success then we suggest a round on the New.
Day 3
Play Kingsbarns. Designed by Kyle Phillips and Mark Parsinen, Kingsbarns opened in 2000 to rave reviews and is now ranked #19 in the World Architects Top Choice 100 courses. Plays host to the Dunhill Links each year and offers spectacular views. .
After golf visit the new Kingsbarns whiskey distillery. 
Day 4
Play 'The Beast' ! Carnoustie has been an Open championship venue most recently in 2018 however will be notoriously remembered for Jean Van de Velde and the 'Barry Burn' in the 1999 Open Championship. Carnoustie offers one of the sternest tests in Golf and is an essential addition to your Scotland golf holiday. After golf transfer to your Hotel in Aberdeen.
Day 5
Play Royal Aberdeen - The 6th Oldest golf club in the world and recently host to the Scottish Open and walker Cup. Traditional and challenging Links.
After golf visit the Glen Garioch distillery.
Day 6
Play Trump International - This spectacular Links opened in 2012 and has received glowing reviews ever since. Designed by renowned architect Martin Hawtree it offers a modern championship test with traditional Links feel . A great addition to a Scottish golf holiday.
Head to your next hotel in Nairn via the Macallan distillery.
Day 7
Play the fabulous Royal Dornoch. Rated in the world's top 10 best courses this is a truly magnificent Links. Dornoch is the third oldest golfing town in the world and this is a course that should be on everyone's 'Must Play' list when visiting on a Scotland golf tour.
Afternoon tour and tasting in Glenmorangie distillery.
Day 8
Nairn - Host to the Walker Cup in 1999 this is a very traditional links with great views and a tough but fair course with tricky undulating greens.A great addition to any Scotland golf tour.  
In afternoon visit the Glenlivit distillery.
Day 9
Play Castle Stuart - A modern classic, Castle Stuart opened in 2009 and has hosted the Scottish Open three times. Designed by Mark Parsinen (Kingsbarns) the course will provide a spectacular view of the Moray Firth on nearly every hole. A fitting finale to your luxury Scottish golf vacation.
Head to Gleneagles for one night (5* hotel) via Dalwhinnie distillery.
Day 10
Play the Kings course at Gleneagles. Enjoy a round on the best inland course in Scotland.
After golf transfer to Airport hotel prior to departure.
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