Stay & Play Package / 8 days 7 nights
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– 4 Nights Accommodation at The Ardgowan Hotel / Twin Share
– Breakfast Daily
– Complimentary Dinner at your hotel on arrival
– A self-drive rental car with insurance GPS included
– 1 Advanced Tee Time Golf Round Per Golfer at the St Andrews Old Course *
– Entry into the British Golf Museum
– 1 Golf Round Per Golfer at Kingsbarns Golf Club
– Entry into the Kingsbarns Distillery
– 1 Golf Round Per Golfer at Carnoustie Golf Club
– 3 Nights Accommodation at The Piersland Hotel / Twin Share
– Breakfast Daily
– 1 Golf Round Per Golfer at the St Andrews New Course
– 1 Golf Round Per Golfer at Royal Troon Golf Club
– 1 Golf Round Per Golfer at Portland Golf Course
– 1 Golf Round Per Golfer at Turnberry Golf Club
* Advance applications for securing a tee time on the Old Course at St Andrews next year will be available through Drummond Golf Travel from September to October 2015. This package includes a two round deal with a choice of play on the Old, New, Jubilee and Castle Course.
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St Andrews Old Course
The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised across the globe, yet the greatest feature of the Old Course is that despite its grand status it remains a public golf course, open to all.
Kingsbarns Golf Club
Kingsbarns Golf Links located just 7 miles from the “home of golf” is part of the long heritage of links golf centred around St Andrews. Golf has been played on the present site since 1793 when the Kingsbarns Golf Society was established as the 11th earliest golf society in the world. The Society was later reconstituted as The Kingsbarns Golf Club which remains active to this day. Kyle Phillips designed the course in its present championship layout which was opened in 2000.
Carnoustie Golf Club
The Championship Course has hosted seven Open Championships, one Ladies Open and one Seniors Open making it one of the very few to have done so in the UK. It is one of the three courses used for the annual Dunhill Links, the others being Kingsbarns and the Old Course in St Andrews. The Open Championship will return to the Championship Course in 2018. Generally regarded as the toughest of the Open venues for those who understand the game a little more will know it is probably the fairest too. Without doubt though Carnoustie Championship Course does have the toughest closing stretch of holes anywhere and those finishing the final four holes with no more than a bogey should be suitably content with their play.
St Andrews New Course
The oldest ‘new’ course in the world, the second course at the Home of Golf was built by the Keeper of the Green Tom Morris in 1895 and it was imaginatively named to differentiate from its famous neighbour. Boasting undulating fairways and challenging greens, the New Course is a classic test of Links golf.
Royal Troon Golf Club
One of the great links courses in Scotland, the Old Course is a challenging test of golfing ability. With the wind to contend with, and deep rough interspersed with gorse and broom, accurate shot making is essential. Players should make their scores on the outward nine, as the prevailing north-westerly wind can make the back nine extremely difficult.
Portland Golf Course
The Portland Course, originally designed by the Troon professional William Fernie, winner of the Open Championship in 1883, was opened in 1895 and subsequently redesigned by Dr Alister MacKenzie in the early 1920’s. Although a links course, the Portland is a little more sheltered than the Old Course and, of course, shorter. The holes meander through terrain filled with gorse and broom and has a generous helping of Par 3s, five in all. This is tempered however, with five Par 5s, four of which are on the back nine.
Turnberry Golf Club
Named after the third Marquess of Ailsa, who owned the land on which it was built, this par-70, 7,211-yard championship course is one of golf’s storied places. Home to four Open Championships, Ailsa has shaped some of the most remarkable moments in the tournament’s history. Its first three holes pose a fairly tough opening, particularly when the wind blows from the direction of its namesake, the brooding isle of Ailsa Craig, 11 miles out to sea. From the 4th to the 11th, the coastal scenery is magnificent and the course is demanding. Commanding a passage of stout hitting throughout, the 5th to the 8th holes are framed by sandy hillocks, while the 9th, 10th and 11th are flanked by craggy rocks. On its stony ridge on the edge of the sea, the 9th hole is Turnberry’s trademark. The landmark lighthouse casts shadows over the 13th century ruins of Bruce’s Castle, the reputed birthplace of Scotland’s hero king Robert the Bruce, and the narrow path to the tee and the drive across the corner of the bay fills players with trepidation. The 17th, named Lang Whang, is the only par 5 on the course. A short but challenging hole, its subtle contours slightly obstruct each shot-characteristic of the trickery of Turnberry. On the 18th, with the red-roofed hotel in sight to distract, gorse running down the right side and small dunes peeking up just enough to block your view of the landing zone, finding the fairway is even more difficult.
The Ardgowan Hotel
The Ardgowan was designed by the famous Scottish architect, George Rae, and was built in 1847. Now a family run hotel, The Ardgowan comprises of 29 comfortable en suite bedrooms across the two adjoining Georgian town houses. The Pilmour Hotel, located just next door, dates from 1820 and has a further 7 en suite bedrooms.
The Piersland Hotel
Welcome to a classic Ayrshire 4 star hotel – Piersland House Hotel in Troon, near Prestwick Airport. William Leiper inspired country house hotel in glorious gardens, grounds and sun facing terrace. Enjoy beautifully appointed individual bedrooms, lodge and cottage accommodation, widely praised food and drink, flexible meeting and event space. We are one of the finest wedding venues in Ayrshire with our fabulous wedding suite with conservatory for civil and religious ceremonies.