Overview

At a Glance

  • When

    Tue 10 July - Mon 23 July 2018

  • Package

    14 days / 9 rounds / 2 days at The Open

  • Sleep

    4 nights at Hotel du Vin, St Andrews

    4 nights at Kingsmills Hotel Inverness

    5 nights at Chester Hotel, Aberdeen

  • Golf

    St Andrews Links- New Course

    Kingsbarns Golf Links

    St Andrews Links- Old Course(Ballot)

    Nairn Golf Club

    Castle Stuart Links

    Royal Dornoch Golf Club

    Trump International Links

    Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

    Cruden Bay Golf Club

  • Eat

    Daily breakfast

    Welcome dinner (Tues 10 July)

    Farewell dinner (Sun 22 July)

  • Drive

    Transportation to/from golf course/accommodation and The Open Championship

  • Escorted

    Fully escorted by Gary Lisbon and Matthew Ridge

  • Other

    2-day ticket for The Open Championship (Sat 21 July, Sun 22 July) at Carnoustie

  • Pricing

    TWIN golfer: £8,495.00 per person

    SINGLE golfer: £9,950.00 per person

    NON-golfer (twin share with golfer): £6,800.00 per person

    NB. All pricing is based on St Andrews Old Course tee times obtained via Ballot

Experience the best of golf in Scotland and the thrill of the final two days at the 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie. Combining golf on the best courses in Scotland (including Ballot tee times on the Old Course at St Andrews) the trip promises to be highly memorable.

The trip commences in the historic region of St Andrews where you will stay for 4 nights (less than 200 metres from the first tee of the Old Course) and experience all that this famous area has to offer. The first 3 days of golf provide a 'wow' factor like no other - St Andrews New Course, St Andrews Old Course (ballot) and the spectacular Kingsbarns. 

Apart from the world-class golf the charm of St Andrews cannot be underestimated and you will find yourself immersed in the history of golf over the last 700 years.

From St Andrews we will head north to the charming town of Inverness for 4 nights, with its breathtaking scenery and famous lochs. Golf in the Scottish Highlands is an incredible experience, and you will be dazzled by the links at Nairn, Castle Stuart and the highly regarded and very popular Royal Dornoch.

Following your time in Inverness we head back towards the North Sea to the township of Aberdeen, which will be our base for the final 5 nights. Golf at Trump International, Royal Aberdeen and the magnificent Cruden Bay, as well as spending the Friday and Sunday at the Open Championship at Carnoustie...where the winner will receive the famous Claret Jug. 

Carnoustie is widely regarded as one of the toughest courses on The Open Rota.  Most golfers will recall Jean van de Velde's epic loss in the 1999 Open Championship, where he famously took on the 'Barry Burn', capitulating with a triple bogey 7 on the 72nd hole to scrape his way into a play-off, won by Paul Lawrie.  The 2018 Open is sure to provide its fair share of thrills.   

This memorable trip finishes with a farewell dinner in Aberdeen where we will recount stories of "what could have been", "what was" and "what will be" and departure is on the morning on July 23, 2018. Of course you may choose to extend your trip beyond this time where we can certainly organise further golf and accommodation arrangements on your behalf.

** Non-Golfing Partners **

At each location we visit during this tour we can certainly provide a good range of sightseeing options for the non-golfing partner. There are a range of walking trails, shopping tours, local cooking classes, Castle tours, Distillery tours and many more attractions to keep non golfers entertained during this fantastic tour.

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Itinerary Day-by-Day

Day 1
Flights Arrival into Edinburgh International Airport.
Coach Transfer to Hotel du Vin St Andrews and check-in. ** There will be one set group transfer at a fixed time TBC **
Sights Afternoon at your leisure. Enjoy exploring the historic town of St Andrews. Optional tours and sightseeing experiences can be organised on request.
Dining Celebrate with the group at the Tour's Welcome Dinner
Accommodation
Hotel du Vin & Bistro St Andrews   (Package Inclusions: 4 nights accom with daily breakfast) 
Hotel du Vin St Andrews is in the heart of the old town, housed in a traditional stone and slate terrace building with stunning views of the famous West Sands, just a 200 metre walk down the hill to the famous 1st tee of the Old course at St Andrews.
Day 2
Walking After breakfast, walk down the hill for your golf at St Andrews.
Golf
St Andrews Links - New Course (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
Now over 100 years old ,the New Course at St Andrews Links is probably the oldest "new" course in the world. Opened in April 1895, the course was built in response to increasing demand for golf at St Andrews, both from locals and visitors.
Notes Enjoy the rest of the day and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Hotel du Vin & Bistro St Andrews   
Hotel du Vin St Andrews is in the heart of the old town, housed in a traditional stone and slate terrace building with stunning views of the famous West Sands, just a 200 metre walk down the hill to the famous 1st tee of the Old course at St Andrews.
Day 3
Coach Return transfers included (20min each way).
Golf
Kingsbarns Golf Links (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world's must-play links courses and is currently ranked 65th on Golf Magazines Top 100 World list.
Notes Enjoy the rest of the day and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Hotel du Vin & Bistro St Andrews   
Hotel du Vin St Andrews is in the heart of the old town, housed in a traditional stone and slate terrace building with stunning views of the famous West Sands, just a 200 metre walk down the hill to the famous 1st tee of the Old course at St Andrews.
Day 4
Notes After breakfast, walk down the hill for your golf at St Andrews (subject to Ballot results).
Golf
St Andrews Links - Old Course (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf **Subject to ballot**) 
The Old Course at St Andrews is a must for all avid golfers, who should make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. This is where it all started, the undoubted Home of Golf.
Notes Enjoy the rest of the day and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Hotel du Vin & Bistro St Andrews   
Hotel du Vin St Andrews is in the heart of the old town, housed in a traditional stone and slate terrace building with stunning views of the famous West Sands, just a 200 metre walk down the hill to the famous 1st tee of the Old course at St Andrews.
Day 5
Coach After breakfast check out of accommodation. Coach transfer to Inverness (approx 3 hours) and check-in to the Kingsmills Hotel.
Notes Spend the afternoon and evening at leisure. Optional golf or sightseeing can be arranged on request.
Accommodation
Kingsmills Hotel Inverness   (Package Inclusions: 4 nights accom with daily breakfast) 
The Kingsmills Hotel is a luxury four-star resort, set within 4 acres of manicured grounds and only 1 mile from the centre of Inverness.
Day 6
Coach Return transfers included (30min each way).
Golf
Nairn Golf Club (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
Nairn Golf Club is set on the Moray Firth coast in the Highlands of Scotland, and boasts sea views from every hole. It is one of Scotland's lesser-known gems.
Notes Enjoy the rest of the day and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Kingsmills Hotel Inverness   
The Kingsmills Hotel is a luxury four-star resort, set within 4 acres of manicured grounds and only 1 mile from the centre of Inverness.
Day 7
Coach Return transfers included (15min each way).
Golf
Castle Stuart Golf Links (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
Castle Stuart Golf Links is spectacular. Rated 69 in the world by GOLF Magazine, this beautifully situated course has commanding views over the Moray Firth to the hills and mountains beyond. Castle Stuart hosted the first ever European Tour event in the Scottish Highlands in 2011.
Notes Enjoy the rest of the day and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Kingsmills Hotel Inverness   
The Kingsmills Hotel is a luxury four-star resort, set within 4 acres of manicured grounds and only 1 mile from the centre of Inverness.
Day 8
Coach Return transfers included (60min each way).
Golf
Royal Dornoch Golf Club (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
Royal Dornoch Golf Club is one of the best courses you will play. Rated 14 in the world by Golf Magazine it is easy to see why. Absolutely beautiful, yet wild and very isolated. There are plenty of great holes and is a definite MUST play.
Notes Enjoy the balance of the afternoon and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Kingsmills Hotel Inverness   
The Kingsmills Hotel is a luxury four-star resort, set within 4 acres of manicured grounds and only 1 mile from the centre of Inverness.
Day 9
Coach After breakfast check out of Kingsmills Hotel. Transfer to golf near Aberdeen (approx 2.5 hours).
Golf
Trump International Golf Links (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
Trump International is certainly visually spectacular and a beautiful layout. Currently rated 48 in the world by Golf Magazine, Trump International is a classical Scottish links set on the North Sea coastline between Murcar Links and Cruden Bay.
Notes Transfer to Chester Hotel after golf (20min drive) and check in to your room.
Accommodation
Chester Hotel Aberdeen   (Package Inclusions: 5 nights accom with daily breakfast) 
Chester Hotel is a luxury hotel on Aberdeen's Queens Road, located just a 20-minute walk from the city centre. A 19th century listed building with upscale, contemporary rooms.
Day 10
Coach Return transfers included (15min each way).
Golf
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is arguably acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation and the inland nine on the plateau.
Notes Enjoy the balance of the afternoon and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Chester Hotel Aberdeen   
Chester Hotel is a luxury hotel on Aberdeen's Queens Road, located just a 20-minute walk from the city centre. A 19th century listed building with upscale, contemporary rooms.
Day 11
Coach After breakfast, transfer by train to Day 2 of The Open Championship (60min train ride each way).
Golf
Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course (** Watch Day 2 at The Open and see who makes the cut **) 
Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500s, but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides the same challenge for the modern golfer that confronted players nearly 70 years ago.
Notes Enjoy the balance of the afternoon and evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Chester Hotel Aberdeen   
Chester Hotel is a luxury hotel on Aberdeen's Queens Road, located just a 20-minute walk from the city centre. A 19th century listed building with upscale, contemporary rooms.
Day 12
Golf
Cruden Bay (Tee time TBC: 18 holes of golf) 
Cruden Bay Golf Course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, a visit to Cruden Bay will be a most memorable one.
Notes Enjoy recapping all the excitement of your day at The Open Championship, and enjoy the evening at leisure.
Accommodation
Chester Hotel Aberdeen   
Chester Hotel is a luxury hotel on Aberdeen's Queens Road, located just a 20-minute walk from the city centre. A 19th century listed building with upscale, contemporary rooms.
Day 13
Coach After breakfast, transfer by train to the final day of The Open Championship (60min train ride each way).
Golf
Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course (** Watch the Final Day at The Open **) 
Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500s, but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides the same challenge for the modern golfer that confronted players nearly 70 years ago.
Coach Day 4 (Final Day) of The Open Championship.
Dining Celebrate with the group at the Farewell Dinner.
Accommodation
Chester Hotel Aberdeen   
Chester Hotel is a luxury hotel on Aberdeen's Queens Road, located just a 20-minute walk from the city centre. A 19th century listed building with upscale, contemporary rooms.
Day 14
Notes After breakfast check-out of accommodation.
Notes Farewell the group in Aberdeen.

Golf Courses

Trump International Golf Links

Menie Park Lodge, Menie Estate Balmedie
Aberdeen, SCO, AB23 8YE
United Kingdom

Region: 1. Scotland

Trump International Golf Links

Trump International is certainly visually spectacular and a beautiful layout. Currently rated 48 in the world by Golf Magazine, Trump International is a classical Scottish links set on the North Sea coastline between Murcar Links and Cruden Bay.

The central focus of the development is the golf course designed by Dr. Martin Hawtree, the acknowledged master of links golf course architecture.

The championship golf course is a classical Scottish links.  The course has a Par of 72 and a maximum length of just over 6767 meters.  The golf course follows a classical pattern of two out-and-back loops of nine holes. 

All 18 holes thread their way engagingly through the dunes, rising to find views of the sea and coastline, plunging into secluded valleys, offering a sequence of superlative topography, landscape, alternating spaciousness and enclosure, panoramic views, a rich texture of vegetation and wildlife habitats surrounding the golf holes.

Each hole has six separate tees catering for all classes of golfer.  The bunkers are placed to challenge the stronger player and not unduly punish the weaker golfer.  All bunkers are turf-revetted in traditional style to combat wind and erosion and sand-blow.  Greens have been sited in natural promontories and valleys and are featured in relation to their setting.

The course is constructed to a high specification and has a design and infrastructure capable of hosting a major competition.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6767
Architect: Dr. Martin Hawtree
Design Year:

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Cruden Bay

Aulton Road, Cruden Bay,
Peterhead, SCO, AB42 0NN
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Highlands & North East

Cruden Bay

Cruden Bay Golf Course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, a visit to Cruden Bay will be a most memorable one.

Cruden Bay Golf Course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, a visit to Cruden Bay will be a most memorable one.

When you gaze out from Cruden Bay’s splendid clubhouse you are faced with a magnificent panorama of what is one of the finest examples of a traditional Scottish links course.

There before you lies a never-to-be-forgotten test of golf with a rich variety of demanding holes wending their way between towering dunes and knee-high rough. If that is not enough to give you a nightmare then the brooding presence of the ruins of Slains Castle might

Course Information

Par: 70
ACR:
Length (m): 5848
Architect: Old Tom Morris
Design Year: 1899

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Nairn Golf Club

Seabank Road
Nairn, SCO, IV12 4HB
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Highlands & North East

Nairn Golf Club

Nairn Golf Club is set on the Moray Firth coast in the Highlands of Scotland, and boasts sea views from every hole. It is one of Scotland's lesser-known gems.

Nairn Golf Club was founded following a meeting of gentlemen interested in the game of golf in September 1887. Set on the Moray Firth coast in the Highlands of Scotland, Nairn represents traditional Scottish links golf at its very best.

Certainly one of Scotland's finest and most picturesque links courses, the par 72 layout at Nairn comprises over 100 bunkers, guarding subtle greens and gorse lined fairways, which unanimously demand accurate ball striking. The course lies directly on the coast and offers all the natural hazards one would expect, including an abundance of heather, whins and burns.

Always in excellent condition, its greens are renowned as being fast and true. Eighty years ago, having played the Championship Course, James Braid commented on their quality – “The texture of the turf and character of the greens is unrivalled.”

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6051
Architect: Archie Simpson
Design Year: 1887

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Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

Balgownie Links, Links Rd
Aberdeen, SCO, AB23 8AT
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Highlands & North East

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is arguably acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation and the inland nine on the plateau.

The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is arguably acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation and the inland nine on the plateau.

A traditional old Scottish links, it is well bunkered with undulating fairways. It is an excellent balance of holes, strong par 4's, tricky par 3's and two classic par 5's, with the 8th protected by 10 bunkers. The ever changing wind, tight greens and a magnificent finish makes Balgownie a test for the very best.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 5695
Architect: Archie and Robert Simpson
Design Year: 1780

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Royal Dornoch Golf Club

Golf Road
Dornoch, Sutherland, SCO, IV25 3LW
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Highlands & North East

Royal Dornoch Golf Club

Royal Dornoch Golf Club is one of the best courses you will play. Rated 14 in the world by Golf Magazine it is easy to see why. Absolutely beautiful, yet wild and very isolated. There are plenty of great holes and is a definite MUST play.

Royal Dornoch Golf Club's championship course is rated 5th in the world outside the USA. It can be enjoyed by the average player, but also offers repeated and fresh challenge to the expert. Royal Dornoch is located away from any large towns. It has a unique atmosphere and is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

Records show the game was being played in 1616 on the town land on the links along the seashore. It was Old Tom Morris who had the honour of really designing the Championship Course before John Sutherland added the final gloss. Donald Ross also learnt his golf on the links.

Dornoch today continues to honour that philosophy. It asks that golfers create shots, play by feel and instinct, and let go of charts and mechanical thinking.

Course Information

Par: 70
ACR:
Length (m): 6130
Architect: Tom Morris
Design Year: 1877

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Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course

Links Parade
Carnoustie, Angus, SCO, DD7 7JE
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course

Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500s, but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides the same challenge for the modern golfer that confronted players nearly 70 years ago.

Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500’s but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides a challenge for the modern golfer which confronted the player nearly 70 years ago.

Given its quality, it is difficult to comprehend why the wonderful links at Carnoustie lay virtually undiscovered for so long and why it took until 1931 for it to host its first British Open. Since then, this great links has hosted the Open on six occasions.

Carnoustie Championship course is now in the finest condition it has ever been. Not only does it offer the ultimate challenge to every golfer but it provides a playing quality second to none.

It will provide you with one of the sternest tests of golf in the world - a relatively flat course, Carnoustie's main defences are from the wind and the two burns that run across the links through out, quietly awaiting the shot that is slightly less than perfect.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6941
Architect: Alan Robertson
Design Year: 1850

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Castle Stuart Golf Links

Balnaglack Farmhouse
Inverness, SCO, IV2 7JL
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

Castle Stuart Golf Links

Castle Stuart Golf Links is spectacular. Rated 69 in the world by GOLF Magazine, this beautifully situated course has commanding views over the Moray Firth to the hills and mountains beyond. Castle Stuart hosted the first ever European Tour event in the Scottish Highlands in 2011.

Castle Stuart Golf Links is a new championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse perhaps the most notable. The resort will include a small luxury Hotel & Spa, 'resort-ownership' Lodges & Apartments, plus a second Seaside Course. Castle Stuart’s goal is to add to the rich fabric of golf in the Scottish Highlands - a fabric made rich by Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Brora and many other fine golf clubs.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6553
Architect: Mark Parsinen
Design Year:

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Kingsbarns Golf Links

Kingsbarns, St Andrews, Fife, SCO, KY16 8QD
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

Kingsbarns Golf Links

While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world's must-play links courses and is currently ranked 65th on Golf Magazines Top 100 World list.

While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world’s must-play links courses – debuting at 46th on Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Worldwide list.

Since 2001, Kingsbarns has co-hosted the annual European Tour’s elite Dunhill Links Championship along with the Old Course and Carnoustie. Kingsbarns has become a favourite destination for first-time and returning international and UK golf visitors to St Andrews. This reputation is based on a combination of playability, dramatic seaside location, classic links turf and staff dedicated to personal service.

Designed by Kyle Phillips and Mark Parsinen, every hole on this championship standard course offers inspiring views of the North Sea.

Sir Michael Bonallack, Past Captain and Past Secretary of the R&A said of Kingbarns: "Mere words cannot convey just how extraordinary the place is. It must be seen to be believed. And once seen, it will never be forgotten".

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 7126
Architect: Mark Parsinen and Kyle Phillips
Design Year: 2000

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St Andrews Links - New Course

West Sands Road
St Andrews, Fife KY16 9XL, Scotland, SCO
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

St Andrews Links - New Course

Now over 100 years old ,the New Course at St Andrews Links is probably the oldest "new" course in the world. Opened in April 1895, the course was built in response to increasing demand for golf at St Andrews, both from locals and visitors.

Now over 100 years old, the New Course at St Andrews Links is probably the oldest "new" course in the world. Opened in April 1895, the course was built in response to increasing demand for golf at St Andrews, both from locals and from the visitors who were flocking to the town in increasing numbers on the recently constructed railway.

The result is a classic links course with great skill designed to exploit the natural topography. It's built over flat, open-spaced ground with many undulations and depressions. Sandy soil and coarse grasses dominate the course.

Some say that the reputation of the Old Course has caused the magnificence of the New Course to be one of golf's best-kept secrets. Even though it remains one of the oldest and most storied courses in Fife, it's far easier to land a tee time than its more storied neighbour.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6625
Architect:
Design Year: 1895

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St Andrews Links - Old Course

West Sands Road
St Andrews, Fife, SCO, KY16 9XL
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

St Andrews Links - Old Course

The Old Course at St Andrews is a must for all avid golfers, who should make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. This is where it all started, the undoubted Home of Golf.

The Old Course at St Andrews is a must for all avid golfers, who should make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. This is where it all started – the undoubted Home of Golf.

This traditional links course is the oldest in the world. Its layout is unique and challenging and the sense of history is overwhelming. To tread the turf of St Andrews, where in the 13th century shepherds played a form of golf, is a marvellous experience. The course is known for its 112 bunkers including one of the most famous in golf, the Road Hole bunker at the 17th hole.

A peculiar feature of the layout of the Old Course is the double greens where the outward and inward holes are cut on the same putting surface. These large greens can mean that golfers may be faced with putts of almost 100 yards.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6721
Architect:
Design Year:

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