This 8-day custom-tailored Scotland golf vacation through St. Andrews and Aberdeen takes you to some of the most notable courses. Imagine a world of no distractions, filled with verdant dunes that run along the coastline. Stand at the tee with your club in your hand, staring down the fairway. You swing, the ball takes flight, and the rest of the world seems to melt.
Aberdeen - Apparent Lushness
Scotland is known for its lush fields and rugged highlands. The North Sea shimmers dark blue and crashes against imposing cliffs. Arrive in the northern city of Aberdeen, where your private transfer is waiting at the airport. The city contains a silvery quality emanating from granite buildings from the nearby Rubislaw Quarry. The quarry is 465 feet deep and is the largest quarry on the European continent. The salty and crisp aroma of the North Sea blows in from the coastline. The contemporary lifestyle is lavish and fast-paced winding around historic streets and antique buildings.
Marischal College was constructed in the 16th century and contains an impressive façade along Broad St. The Gothic style rises perpendicular to the street and is reinforced by the neo-gothic façade, adorned with towering steeples. The city generates a pleasant, energetic atmosphere emanating from its rich history and modern wealth. Fishing trawlers return from a day’s excursion and dock in the harbor. Their masts sway in the sea’s gentle wake. Gothic towers encircle cobblestone plazas and nearby castles have defended the coastline for generations. You settle into the city eager to see the sprawling greenery of the fairway ahead.
Aberdeen- Fair Antiques
Aberdeen - Homage to the Classics
Carnoustie - Morning Affair
Kingsbarns - Edging Heritage
St. Andrews - Inviting the New
St. Andrews - Playing History
Edinburgh - Traveling the Green
- Play a round of golf on the Old Course at St. Andrews, the birthplace of the sport
- Explore the remarkable grounds of various mentionable golf courses along the Scotland’s eastern seaboard
- Witness the Scottish history in iconic architecture and treasured revamped golf courses
- Indulge in lavish five-star accommodations that embody antique charm with modern luxury
- Experience the exceptional brightness of Aberdeen and the quaintness of St. Andrews
Scotland is a country of lowlands and highlands, encompassed by the North Sea and filled with vivacious history. Experience Scotland’s verdure on this 8-day golf vacation through St. Andrews and Aberdeen including rounds at the Old and New Course, Kingsbarns and more. Position the tee and ready your swing. Whether you are a golf enthusiast or a novice player, expert or weekend warrior, you can sit in plush leather chairs that look out of the clubhouse windows. Relax in exquisite five-star luxury hotels and indulge in Scotland in a way few ever have. Explore the silver streets of Aberdeen and the first Scottish University in St. Andrews. Journey across the Scottish landscape while enjoying the game of golf one swing at a time.
The games begin in Aberdeen, the largest northern city in Scotland. The city’s wealth is embodied in the silver streaked facades of its historic buildings. Your private transfer meets you at the airport, and you quickly settle into your five-star luxury hotel and spa. Wake up to a new day that takes you to the sixth oldest golf club in the world, Royal Aberdeen. Later you can enjoy the city at your leisure, visiting local restaurants, and jovial pubs.
Trump International Golf Links follows a classic course design plunging into isolated valleys. En route to St. Andrews, you stop at Carnoustie, a town situated on a shallow, serene bay. Carnoustie course has hosted the British Open seven times and demands a passionate focus. The beautiful landscape around the bay adds to the already lush coarse. Check into your comfortable plush hotel in St. Andrews for another five-star experience. The town is home to the first university in Scotland and is known as the “Home of Golf.” Drop your tee and ready your clubs for a round at Kingsbarns, a historic course dating back to the 1700s.
Spend time personally exploring the depths of both the New Course and historic Old Course of St. Andrews, the latter being the first course ever created, dating back to the 15th century. St. Andrews itself is a charming town bordered by the North Sea and decorated with historic stone towers. On your final morning in St. Andrews, your private transfer meets you at the hotel to escort you to the Edinburgh airport as your luxury tour of Scotland for golf comes to an end. When the plane reaches the air, you can see how the landscape looks like one vast fairway.
$6,051 per person (excluding international flights)
- In-country transportation
- Some or all activities and tours
- Expert trip planning
- 24x7 support during your trip
Your final trip cost will vary based on your selected accommodations, activities, meals, and other trip elements that you opt to include.
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