St Andrews, Turnberry, Carnoustie or Gleneagles
In a shrinking world, and with the advent of some low cost flights, it is becoming possible for the ambitious golfer from continental Europe or the east coast of the United States to execute some stunning snatch and grab raids on Scotland. It involves flying out on Friday afternoon and returning on Tuesday morning
(overnight St Andrews Old Course Hotel)
(overnight Turnberry Resort Hotel)
(overnight Carnoustie Course Hotel)
(overnight Gleneagles Resort Hotel)
So when you arrive back at work on Tuesday morning and are met with the question of "did you do anything interesting this weekend?" you'll be able to nonchalantly say "played golf at St Andrews. And you?"
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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