St Andrews Old Course, Carnoustie Championship Course, Kingsbarns, St Andrews (New Course, Torrance Course, & Kittocks Course) Gleneagles, Panmure, & Carnoustie Burnside Course
The highlights of the East Coast tour feature some of Scotland’s most illustrious names. St Andrews is the home of golf, the Old course needs no introduction. Carnoustie is the toughest links course on the Open roster. Kingsbarns makes up the trinity of top-50 ranked links. We also add the St Andrews New Course, sister track to the Old course, and probably the most complete test of a links golfer that St Andrews has to offer.
non-golf Stirling (overnight Gleneagles or Stirling)
non-golf Glamis Castle (overnight Carnoustie or Perth)
non-golf Scone Palace (overnight Carnoustie or Perth)
non-golf Falkland Palace & Fife (overnight St Andrews)
non-golf St Andrews (overnight St Andrews)
non-golf Edinburgh (overnight St Andrews)
non-golf Edinburgh/ St Andrews (overnight St Andrews)
The content of all tours are sold subject to availability and final confirmation of price. We do not speculatively book hotels in advance. Where tee-times and geographic proximity permits, golfers will be able to participate in activities identified for non-golfers
Global golf doesn’t get much better than this. Why? Well put simply, because it can’t! It’s not just the fact that Scotland's golf links are iconic, world class, and soaked in history. They’re also accessible and all in a land about the size of South Carolina. On top of the apex golf offer, introducing you to Scotland beyond her fairways is an important piece to the Faraway Fairways approach. Think of it as 'Golf plus Scotland'.
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