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Luxury Chauffeur Driven Golf Tour

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With close to six hundred golf courses, the length and breadth of Scotland, with a Little’s private chauffeur driven tour you will never be far from an opportunity to play a round.

Scotland is the undisputed home of golf. With close to six hundred courses the length and breadth of the country, you will never be far from an opportunity to play a round. Scotland has more golf courses per head of population than any other country in the world.

As your plane descends towards either Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport, no matter where you are arriving from, you will undoubtedly spot well maintained fairways, challenging, fast running greens and devilishly placed bunkers, on some of the world’s best-known courses for links golf.

As soon as you enter the terminal building your waiting chauffeur will be on hand to assist with your clubs and all your luggage. Located less than 1 hour from Glasgow Airport is the coastal town of Troon, which will allow you to play Royal Troon, the courses of Turnberry and Prestwick – where the world’s first Open Golf Championship was played in 1860.

Of course, no trip to Scotland for golf would be complete without a visit to St. Andrews, the home with in the home of golf. Boasting no less than eight courses, including the world famous Old Course, every golfer's dream is to become immersed in the challenging but relaxed atmosphere of this ancient town. With plenty of 19th holes to choose from, there are always ample opportunities to unwind after a bracing round.

The neighbouring village of Kingsbarns which lies to the south of St. Andrews and Carnoustie, visible to the north across the Firth of Tay, is home to yet more courses and all these will ensure that your hunger for great golf will be well and truly satisfied.

Right across Scotland, food will always play a significant part in any trip, and this is no less the case when the focus of your trip is golf. Mouth-watering fresh shellfish, seafood, Aberdeen Angus beef, venison, spring lamb and, when in season, some of the finest game in the world, will guarantee that each time you begin a round your will have been well fed and watered, ready to make par or better on your chosen course.

A stay of anything between two and ten days will allow us to create an intimate and very personalised golfing visit to Scotland with your own private chauffeur guide. With both Glasgow and Prestwick Airports in close proximity to the main courses in the south west of Glasgow, this makes for an ideal gateway to this golfers’ paradise. After a few nights here, moving to the east coast and the spiritual home of golf will ensure that, by the end of your visit to Scotland, the first issue on your mind will be how quickly you can return for more. 

Contact details

Little's Luxury Chauffeur Driven Tours
1282 Paisley Road West
Glasgow
Scotland
G52 1DB

Key facilities

WiFi Wifi
Starting
Edinburgh Edinburgh - City Centre Edinburgh Airport Glasgow Glasgow Airport
Length
Bespoke
Transport
Driver guide
Type
Private Small Group (1-16)
Languages
English
Themes
Golf

Attractions

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Little's Luxury Chauffeur Driven Tours

There is no better way to see Scotland than on a private sightseeing tour, designed with you in mind. Our expert Scottish tour designers will plan the perfect trip and are available 24/7 to assist. Little’s was established in 1966 and we have been organising luxury chauffeur driven tours around Scotland since inception. We can assist with anything from Golf, Castles and Whisky, to Hunting & Fishing, Ancestry and Outlander. We are here to create your trip of a lifetime. Little’s also work hand in hand with Luxury Scotland, offering access to Scotland's 5 star hotels and properties.

Opening times

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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