3 Day Private Scottish Golf Tour Itinerary
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Before we look at the following itinerary, remember that all our custom tours and itineraries can be completely customized to suit you and your group!
The itineraries we offer on our site are a template, where we hope you can find out more about what you'd like to do and see in Scotland and Ireland, before getting in touch with our expert travel planners to design you a fully customized and truly unforgettable, private tour!
Are you ready for a private Scottish golf vacation packed with beautiful courses, stunning scenery, iconic resorts and a sense of wonder and awe simply unachievable in any other country in the world?
Well, you’ve come to the right place!
This packed three-day golf itinerary has absolutely everything you could want from a short Scottish trip and more. So without further ado, let’s see what we have planned!
Your driver-guide will be waiting to greet you off your plan at Edinburgh Airport before escorting you to your luxury touring vehicle and whisking you off straight to the first course of your Scottish vacation: Muirfield Golf Club.
Sitting by the Scottish east coast, Muirfield is a stunning links course that is incredibly well-regarded in the world of golf; once described as “the best golf course in Britain by Jack Nicklaus.
Following your round at Muirfield, we’ll drive through Edinburgh on a quick city tour, stopping at your request at some of our most famous landmarks (such as Edinburgh Castle or The Palace of Holyrood) before driving north over The Queensferry Crossing en route to the beautiful Gleneagles Golf Resort and Spa where you will stay for the night.
On day two of your private golf tour of Scotland, you can enjoy a delicious breakfast at one of Gleneagles Michelin starred restaurants before heading off for your round at one of the resorts incredible courses.
At Gleneagles, you have a choice of three beautiful golf courses to choose from: The King’s, The Queen’s, and The PGA Centenary Course, al of which were designed by Jack Nicklaus.
In the afternoon, we’ll drive to nearby Stirling where you may want to visit some of the city’s excellent tourist attractions (such as Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument), before heading to ‘The Home of Golf’: St. Andrews.
If we have time, we can visit The British Golf Museum in St Andrews before making our way to the iconic Old Course Hotel - which will be your accommodation for your second night in Scotland.
In the evening, you’ll be treated to a private Scotch whisky tasting session at the Old Course Hotel after a traditional dining experience all the while overlooking the birthplace of the beautiful game.
As we enter the final day of your time with us in Scotland, we aim to pack two of the best courses in the world into one incredible day of golf.
We start off by rolling out of bed and onto the first tee of the Old Course at St Andrews - where so many golfing legends have played before you. Considered the oldest golf course in the world, playing the Old Course feels like taking part in a piece of history. Your driver-guide will meet you as your walking up the 18th fairway - where you might want to get a picture as your group crosses the iconic Swilcan Bridge - before packing up your clubs into your luxury vehicle and heading to the next and final course of your Scottish tour: Carnoustie.
Carnoustie is also one of the oldest golf courses in the world - golf having been recorded as being played here as far back as the 16th Century - and is regarded by many as one of the most challenging and best courses that Scotland has to offer.
With stunning views across the east coast of Scotland, Carnoustie offers visitors a choice of four courses, however, we’d recommend the Championship Course.
Finally, once you’ve finished your round at Carnoustie, you and your driver-guide will travel down the East Coast of Scotland en route to Edinburgh Airport, where your tour will finish.
Your driver-guide will help your group with their bags and drop you off at your check-in desks to make sure you have no last-minute hic-ups, before saying goodbye and wishing you a safe flight.
We hope that you leave Scotland with fantastic memories as well as a new friend in your personal driver-guide and a calling to come back to visit our bonnie wee land again in the future!