The Old Course, St Andrews


  • 2 nights Turnberry Hotel, Ayrshire
  • 3 nights Old Course Hotel, St Andrews
  • 2 nights Archerfield House, North Berwick
  • Daily breakfast
  • 6 rounds of golf on 6 of Scotland's finest courses (Click the 'Golf' tab for more details)
  • 1 golf shirt for each golfer
  • Self-drive rental executive vehicle (auto) including insurance & CDW (excluding excess /deductible) with GPS included maps and guidebooks
  • Use of a "Pay-As-You-Go"cell phone with a £10 credit
  • Local taxes (VAT at the current rate of 20%)
  • Meet & Greet service on arrival in Scotland
  • 24hr local emergency assistance

Please note, price is based on 4 persons in the group sharing 2 twin rooms

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Turnberry Resort, Scotland

Archerfield House, Pavilions


Turnberry Hotel, Ayrshire

Nestled within 800 acres of estate with views overlooking the Irish Sea and across to the Isle of Arran, Turnberry is the world's original golf resort with over a century of hospitality and tradition. This five star resort is one of the most incredible destinations for golf breaks in Scotland. With a range of outstanding accommodation, championship golf facilities, a relaxing ESPA spa, six restaurants & bars and thrilling outdoor pursuits; Turnberry boasts an array of activities for all.

Old Course Hotel, St Andrews

Overlooking West Sands Beach and the Links Golf Course, Old Course Hotel features a luxury spa and award-winning restaurant. Set in a magnificent building, the hotel has scenic views and elegant rooms. The bedrooms at Old Course have sumptuous décor and modern bathrooms with designer toiletries. The Hotel is situated in scenic St Andrews, just metres from the rugged Scottish coastline and North Sea. Nearby Dundee can be reached in 20 minutes' drive.

Archerfield House, North Berwick

Archerfield is a magnificent estate situated between Gullane and North Berwick in picturesque East Lothian .  It is a Grade I listed building with stunning views of Fidra Island and the Fife coastline beyond. The hotel boasts 15 luxuriously decorated double bedrooms all with extensive en suite bathrooms, a stunning principal room, rotunda and snooker room where guests can relax after dinner.

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Turnberry Resort, Scotland

Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa, St. Andrews


Ailsa Course, Turnberry

The Turnberry Ailsa course (ranked #17 in the world) is worthy of its world ranking. Located on Scotland's Ayrshire coast, it is one of the most scenic places in the world to play golf. The Ailsa is a legend of the world game and the scene of some of the most memorable moments in Open golf history.  Turnberry is links golf at its most challenging and exciting.

Royal Troon Golf Club

Consistently ranked as one of the World's best links courses, Royal Troon was created by Willie Fernie, one of the great early British golfers in 1878. Frequent host to the British Open, perhaps the most apt description of the course is provided by the club motto — "Tam Arte Quam Marte", which means "as much by skill as by strength".

Carnoustie Golf Links

Carnoustie is a big seaside natural links and widely considereded to be one of the most difficult golf courses in the world.  Carnoustie consists of three traditional Links courses that play host to visitors from both home and around the world. Carnoustie's Championship course is among one of the select few to host The Open Championship, the oldest of the four major championships in professional golf.

New Course, St Andrews

In the late 1800's the Old Course was becoming too popular so the new course was created. Situated adjacent to the Old Course at St Andrews, the New Course is often referred to as the locals favourite because it is tighter and more defined than the Old Course. It is less quirky than the Old Course and perhaps prettier too, with swathes of dense gorse providing brilliant seasonal colour.

North Berwick Golf Club

North Berwick Golf Club is one of Scotland's oldest golf clubs, dating back to 1832.  It is one the most influential and unique links golf courses in Scotland. The routing is a classic nine-out, nine-in, and the stretch of holes from No. 12 thru 16 are among the greatest in golf.

Gullane Golf Club

Gullane Golf Club in East Lothian, Scotland offers championship quality links golf courses with dramatic views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh and Fife. Its three golf courses do not have names but simply numbers which reflect their age.  Hole No. 7 on Gullane number 1 course, has been voted in the top 5 of the Most Picturesque Golf Spots in the World.

The Old Course, St Andrews – subject to ballot

The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised across the globe, yet the greatest feature of the Old Course is that despite its grand status it remains a public golf course, open to all. It is a classic seaside links, although the sea is seldom in view other than at the first and last holes. The fairways are wide and the double greens immense but the bunkering is among the severest to be found on a golf course anywhere the game is played.


Golf Explorer requests a tee-time two days before you wish to play and the Old Course notify us of the result that afternoon . If successful, the green fee of GB£155 is paid directly to the starter on the day. We will then re-arrange your other tee-times accordingly.

If you are in St Andrews for a few days, you have a very good chance of gaining a tee time using the ballot system. However, if you happen to be unsuccessful there is always the opportunity to line up at the 1st tee and the starter will fit you in if and when spaces become available.

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Royal Troon Golf Club

Carnoustie Golf Links


St Andrews

St Andrews is a charming and historic town that attracts visitors from all over the world. The Medieval centre of St Andrews consists of a series of narrow alleys and cobbled streets with shops, restaurants and cafés. Visitors can explore the castle, the now ruined cathedral and the adjacent church of St Regulus, where you can climb the spiral staircase to the top of the 108 ft tower for magnificent views of the town and its surroundings.

British Golf Museum

The British Golf Museum is located opposite the clubhouse of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews, Scotland. The museum, which opened in 1990, documents the history of golf from Medieval times to the present, including the men's and women's games, British and international, both professional and amateur. Exhibits include historic equipment, memorabilia and art work, documentation, the history of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, and the rules and terminology of the game. The museum is open to the public seven days a week throughout the year.

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