Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, Cruden Bay, Moray Old Course, Nairn, Royal Aberdeen, Trump Aberdeen (or Murcar) with St Andrews added to the tail end
No where is this glorious fusion between club and country better displayed than the Scottish Highlands. This golf vacation seamlessly slides into the archetypal Scottish landscape, culture, and history, making it ideal for non-golfers too. We combine the two centres of the north, the Highlands, and Aberdeenshire to roll up a total of five golf courses ranked in the world's top-100, plus a decent shot of adding a sixth by detouring into St Andrews on the return journey south
The jewel in the crown is Royal Dornoch, ranked in the world's top-10 and reputedly Scotland's best. We’ve also introduced a second top-100 course, the Scottish Open venue of Castle Stuart. Nairn is a recent host of the Walker Cup and reputedly home of the best greens in Scotland. A trio of courses on the Aberdeenshire coast, Cruden Bay, Royal Aberdeen and Trump Aberdeen, all hold the coveted top-100 ranking. These are dramatic links courses played in amongst stunning tall dunes and complex valley systems. The winds cuts through them in unpredictable bursts making them extremely hazardous and challenging to navigate safely.
And just to top things off, we travel close enough to St Andrews to give ourselves a decent shot of adding the 'home of golf' to the haul as well
non-golf travelling to Highlands (overnight Inverness area)
non-golf Glenmorangie Distillery (overnight Inverness area)
non-golf Dunrobin Castle (overnight Inverness area)
non-golf Glenlivet Distillery & Speyside (overnight Aberdeen)
non-golf Culloden (overnight Aberdeen)
non-golf Loch Ness (overnight Aberdeen)
non-golf Glamis Castle (overnight St Andrews or Carnoustie)
non-golf St Andrews (overnight Edinburgh/ Dalmahoy)
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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