Features: Golf & Whisky Golf & Salmon Fishing Gastro Golf with Fine Dining & Your own Ryder Cup format match
We're not always just struck by the number of golfer's who identify a secondary area of interest, but particularly so by the frequency with which Scotland can meet this with a complimentary world class offer
Golf with Whisky - based largely on Speyside (Castle Stuart, Nairn & Lossiemouth (but with plenty of opportunities across the county including Machrihanish, Royal Dornoch & Gleneagles
Golf with Salmon Fishing - based largely on the River Tay (Carnoustie & St Andrews) and the River Tweed (Muirfield & North Berwick)
- Driver guide
- Self drive
- Small Group (1-16)
- Food and drink
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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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