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For the discriminating traveler seeking the best of the best, be pampered at two luxurious golf hotels in Scotland, the Trump International Hotel and the deluxe Gleneagles Resort and Spa, and play 5 excellent round of golf.
Donald J. Trump’s historic Scottish mansion and lodge is set amid mature woodland in the heart of the magnificent Trump International estate. With its secret stairways, traditional log fires, whisky snug and spectacular grounds, the mansion and lodge offer luxury and comfort in a secluded and dramatic location.
Gleneagles is a sporting dream! This hotel is much more than a magnificent, world renowned golf resort. Situated at the gateway to the Highlands in its own 830 acre estate of beautiful scenery, guests will find all accommodations individually decorated with the utmost care. Public areas are also of a grand dimension. Gleneagles offers a full range of amenities including a state of the art spa, Equestrian Center and 3 championship golf courses.
Spend your first 4 nights at Trump International estate and play Trump International, Royal Aberdeen and Cruden Bay.
Play Trump International Course
This stunning links design comes from the renowned Martin Hawtree, a leading links architect who has taken a traditional, out and back design amid spectacular dunes and incorporating practically every links test known.
Play Cruden Bay Course
Located some 20 miles along the coast north of the city of Aberdeen Cruden Bay sits on ground where golf has been played for centuries. The great, Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews laid out the original course in 1899. In 1926, the noted English designer, Tom Simpson was commissioned to upgrade the layout, resulting in the unique Cruden Bay of today. Many consider this to be Simpson’s crowning glory and a textbook example of great golf architecture. He cunningly took a very good, traditional links layout and massaged it into a magnificently varied test of golf for the thinking player. Blind shots, a Scottish burn winding throughout, vast sand dunes, the beach and a clever, figure of eight configuration that produces ever-changing wind directions off the North Sea. Cruden Bay is in some ways a relic from an age gone by and golf the way it was played a hundred years ago, but the experience is unforgettable. Adding intrigue to the Cruden Bay experience are the ruins of 16th century Slains Castle, ominously perched on a cliff edge, high above the course.
Play Royal Aberdeen Course
Founded in 1780, this is the 6th oldest golf club in existence, though the club moved to its current home in 1888. Ranked among Scotland’s top courses, Royal Aberdeen has one of the strongest front 9′s of any course on the planet and arguably, the toughest series of closing holes in all Britain. Royal Aberdeen is the epitome of all that is good with traditional links golf; it does so unabashedly and with the pride only a veteran could muster, proving its point from the very first tee box. This is a course for the true connoisseurs of links golf.
Spend your final 2 nights at the deluxe Gleneagles Resort.
Play Gleneagles Kings Course
The King’s Course, opened in 1919, is a masterpiece of golf course design and appeals to professional and amateur alike. It may be part sentimentality, partly its beguiling good looks and special charm, but the over-riding reason is simply quality — the challenge presented by this grand old champion of a moorland layout is the very best. The design of the Kings Course is pure excellence; in fact James Braid considered this to be the crowning achievement of his impressive career. Always impeccably groomed, the Kings Course is 18-holes of near perfection, with more than its fair share of memorable tests.
Play Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course
The Jack Nicklaus designed, PGA Centenary Course, adopts a distinctly American style, in total contrast to The Kings and Queens Courses. Built with the goal of attracting big-time, championship golf, that mission has been accomplished in grand style, after all, hosting the 2014 Ryder Cup is about as big-time as golf ever gets. Measuring almost 7,300 yards from the championship tees, this is Scotland’s longest inland course and undoubtedly, one of its toughest. There are some semi-blind holes and a very strong defense arsenal of pot-bunkers, fairway traps, streams, ponds and hungry rough that demands a strategic approach from start to finish.
$4,760 per golfer
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