The Old Course, St Andrews


  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • 5 rounds of golf on 5 of Scotland's finest courses (Click the 'Golf' tab for more details)
  • 1 Scotland 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
  • Meet & Greet service on arrival in Scotland
  • 24hr emergency assistance

Please note, the price is based on 4 people sharing 2 twin rooms

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Kingsmills Hotel

Royal Dornoch Golf Club


Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness

Set in four acres of private gardens on the south side of Inverness Town, this long established hotel, which dates back to the 18th century, provides a warm welcome and pervades the family atmosphere of the home it once was. The Kingsmills Hotel offers 82 spacious en-suite bedrooms, some of which overlook the gardens, including family rooms, large executive rooms and suites.

Rusacks Hotel, St Andrews

Overlooking the famous Old Course in St Andrews centre, Macdonald Rusacks Hotel features a gastro pub and stylish champagne bar. The luxurious rooms each have a modern bathroom with a flat-screen satellite TV, tea/coffee facilities and Wi-Fi access.  Just a 10-minute walk from St Andrews Castle, the Macdonald Rusacks Hotel is a 20-minute drive from Dundee. Free parking is available, and Dundee Airport is a 25-minute drive away.

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Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness

Rusacks Hotel, St Andrews


Castle Stuart Golf Links

Castle Stuart Golf Links may be a relatively new golf course but it has already forged an illustrious history and secured its place among the  world's top golf courses. In 2009, Golf Magazine named it top new international course and simultaneously placed it at number 56 in the world list. In 20011, this beautifully situated course, with commanding views over the Moray Firth to the hills and mountains beyond, shot to wider prominence  when it hosted the first ever European Tour event in the Scottish Highlands.

Royal Dornoch Golf Club

Royal Dornoch Golf Club stands as one of the great outposts of world golf and one of the finest of all golf courses. Remoteness is part of its charm and the only reason that it remains out of the mainstream of major championship golf.  It has something of a cult following, particularly in the United States.

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.

Kingsbarns Golf Links

While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world's must-play links courses – debuting at 46th on Golf Magazine's Top 100 Worldwide list. Since 2001, Kingsbarns has co-hosted the annual European Tour's elite Dunhill Links Championship along with the Old Course and Carnoustie.

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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Castle Stuart Golf Links

Kingsbarns Golf Links


Blair Castle & Gardens

With its roots in the 13th century, Blair Castle is the ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl. Its history extends over some 740 years, like many Scottish castles, Blair Castle has a long and illustrious history, today attracting tens of thousands of visitors each year. It is one of the most accessible castles in Scotland with plenty to do and see.

Loch Ness Boat Trip

No vacation to the Scottish Highlands is complete without a visit to the beautiful and mystic Loch Ness and there is no better way to see the Loch than on a boat trip. Kick back and enjoy the ride or keep your eyes peeled to see if you can catch a glimpse of the famous Loch Ness Monster.

'Malt Whisky Trail', Speyside

Follow the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail through Speyside to seven working distilleries, including a fascinating cooperage and a historic distillery.On this trail, you'll find more than half of Scotland's malt whisky distilleries, each with its own warm welcome and an invitation to see, smell, taste and absorb the magic of whisky.

Glamis Castle

Often referred to as Scotland's most spectacular castle, Glamis Castle is the ancestral family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and the childhood Home of HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. Walk through the spectacular gardens or take a tour of the castle itself.

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.

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.


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