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Can’t decide whether to travel to Scotland or Ireland? Do both on our exciting Scottish Irish Combination package.
We have designed this proven classic of an itinerary which gives you the best golf in Scotland and Southwest Ireland in just over one week’s time.
Spend your first 2 nights in lively Killarney
Play Waterville Course
Although it does not have the history of Ballybunion, this majestic links course perched on Ballinskelligs Bay has become accepted as one of the finest courses of its kind anywhere in the world. Long but not hilly, it is enjoyable to walk, with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Kerry Mountains. Each hole has individual characteristics and every club in the bag will be needed.
Play Ballybunion Old Course
Undoubtedly, Ireland’s most famous golf course – a place of giant sand hills and deep valleys, this links course is a treat for the senses. Wildly beautiful and spectacularly located, when the wind lashes in from the Atlantic, this is not a place for the faint-hearted!
Spend the following 2 nights in Ireland near Lahinch
Play Lahinch Old Course
Lahinch is steeped in history and the features of this famous course are carved out of natural terrain. The Old Course is the permanent home of the South of Ireland Open Amateur Championship (first played in 1895). This course also regularly hosts the Irish National Amateur and Professional Championships.
Travel to Scotland
Spend the next 2 nights in Southwest Scotland
Play Turnberry Ailsa Course
Ranked as one of the the best in all of Britain and Ireland and among the world’s top dozen courses, Ailsa made it’s reputation at the 1977 British Open when it was the scene of the famous “Duel in the Sun” between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus and again in 2009 between Tom Watson and Stewart Cink, on the fourth occasion this remarkable layout has hosted The Open. Sophisticated, handsome and presenting a challenge of the first order, this stunning combination of nature and golf is one of a kind, providing a round of golf that will live in every player’s memory for years to come. Links golf simply gets no better.
Transfer to St. Andrews for your final 3 nights in the British Isles
Ballot on St. Andrews Old Course
The ballot for the Old Course is a simple lottery for starting times with a varying number of times available on every day except Sundays and tournament days. Our office will enter you into the daily ballot and advise you of the result two days prior. If successful, green fees are payable directly to the starter on the day of play.
Play St. Andrews New Course
Names can be misleading and before condemning The New for any misconception of youth, bear in mind that when it originally opened as St. Andrews’ second course back in 1895, it was indeed new. Add to its pedigree the design, which comes from the true master of links architecture, Old Tom Morris and you know this is not a course to be snubbed. There are many similarities between The Old and The New, including an impressive double green, undulating fairways, an abundance of threateningly deep pot-bunkers, perilous rough of wild grasses, gorse and brush and generously large, rolling greens.
Play Carnoustie Championship Course
Dating back to 1560, Carnoustie is described as one of the true wonders of the golf world. Frequently used for the British Open, and recent host to the Open in 2007, this 18-hole layout presents one of the greatest challenges for any player at the top of his game.
Starting at $5,475 per golfer
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