Overview

At a Glance

  • Package

    15 nights / 11 games

  • When

    Flexible as desired

  • Accommodation

    5 x nights at Fairmont St Andrews

    3 x nights at Malmaison Hotel Glasgow

    3 x nights at Dylan Hotel Dublin

    2 x nights at The Ross

    2 x nights at Trump International Ireland, Doonbeg

  • Golf

    (11 games with pull buggy)

    1 x Kingsbarns Golf Links

    2 x St Andrews Links (Old)

    1 x Carnoustie Golf Links (Championships)

    1 x Prestwick GC

    1 x Turnberry Resort (Ailsa)

    1 x Portmarnock GC

    1 x Royal Country Down GC

    1 x Waterville Golf Links

    1 x Ballybunion GC (Old)

    1 x Doonbed (Trump International Ireland)

  • Drive

    Luxury return airport transfers

    Luxury return golf transfers

  • Pricing

    Price on application

There are so many good golf courses in Ireland and Scotland. To visit and play them all would take well over a month.

This 14 day getaway allows the keen golfer to experience some amazing courses in Scotland where you will play St.Andrews, Turnberry, Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, Prestwick and Western Gailes before heading to Ireland where your golf includes Ballybunion, Royal County Down, Waterville, Doonbeg, Portmarnock with plenty more golf on offer....should you be up to it!

The accommodation is first class and hotel changes have been kept to a minimum which will make your trip just that little bit more relaxing.

Combined with luxury transfers to get you to and from each hotel and golf course this holiday will have you shaking your head as to how there is so much good golf in two relatively small countries.

This itinerary is best suited for parties of 4 or more golfers however can be organised on a self drive basis for 2 golfers.

Itinerary Day-by-Day

Day 1
Flights Arrive in Edinburgh Airport. Optional leisure day or golf can be arranged
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 2
Golf
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.
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 3
Golf
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.
Notes Golf on the Old Course will be by way of Ballot. If unsuccessful then alternate St.Andrews Courses available (Castle or New for example)
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 4
Golf
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.
Notes Golf on the Old Course will be by way of Ballot. If unsuccessful then alternate St.Andrews Courses available (Castle or New for example)
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 5
Golf
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.
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 6
Sights No golf planned here. Sightseeing day.
Accommodation
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow   
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow offers 72 spacious rooms - some with French windows and all individually designed exuding classic contemporary style.
Day 7
Golf
Prestwick Golf Club () 
Prestwick Golf Club is situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain.
Accommodation
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow   
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow offers 72 spacious rooms - some with French windows and all individually designed exuding classic contemporary style.
Day 8
Golf
Turnberry Resort - Ailsa Course () 
The Ailsa course at Turnberry is spectacular, sitting on a perfect piece of links land with the water providing a perfect backdrop. Home to a number of memorable Open Championships, the course has been remodelled providing even more challenge.
Accommodation
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow   
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow offers 72 spacious rooms - some with French windows and all individually designed exuding classic contemporary style.
Day 9
Flights Transfer from Glasgow Airport to Dublin. No golf currently planned but could be arranged.
Accommodation
Dylan Hotel Dublin   
Experience Dublin's unprecendented accommodation. Dylan's sensuality offers decadent elegance and style that will surpass your expectations. In a century-old building a block from Grand Central station, this European-run hotel is named after Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, who lived here when it was a private club. It's 8 blocks from Times Square and 10 from Rockefeller Center. Simply decorated rooms have marble baths, free WiFi, LCD satellite TV, coffeemakers and minibars.
Day 10
Golf
Portmarnock Golf Club () 
Universally acknowledged as one of the truly great links courses, Portmarnock is situated to the north side of Dublin, about 12 miles from the city centre. Its quality and location have made it a splendid venue for some of the games great events, from the British Amateur Championship of 1949, to the Canada Cup in 1960, quite apart the 1991 Walker Cup and 12 stagings of the revived Irish Open.
Accommodation
Dylan Hotel Dublin   
Experience Dublin's unprecendented accommodation. Dylan's sensuality offers decadent elegance and style that will surpass your expectations. In a century-old building a block from Grand Central station, this European-run hotel is named after Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, who lived here when it was a private club. It's 8 blocks from Times Square and 10 from Rockefeller Center. Simply decorated rooms have marble baths, free WiFi, LCD satellite TV, coffeemakers and minibars.
Day 11
Golf
Royal County Down Golf Club () 
Royal County Down is one of the oldest Golf Clubs in Ireland with traditions dating back for more than one hundred years. Situated in Newcastle, where in the immortal words of Percy French, "The Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea", Royal County Down is not only a fine test of golf but has accompanying scenery that is spellbinding.
Accommodation
Dylan Hotel Dublin   
Experience Dublin's unprecendented accommodation. Dylan's sensuality offers decadent elegance and style that will surpass your expectations. In a century-old building a block from Grand Central station, this European-run hotel is named after Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, who lived here when it was a private club. It's 8 blocks from Times Square and 10 from Rockefeller Center. Simply decorated rooms have marble baths, free WiFi, LCD satellite TV, coffeemakers and minibars.
Day 12
Sights No golf planned here. Sightseeing day.
Accommodation
The Ross   
The Ross is a boutique hotel locate din the vibrant Irish town of Killarney. The hotel perfects the perfect hub for golf in South West Ireland.
Day 13
Golf
Waterville Golf Links () 
Golf at Waterville is a mystical experience the beauty of classic links land, surrounded by the sea, yet forever challenged and shaped by the elements. Waterville Golf Links is currently rated among the top 5 courses in Ireland and the top 20 links courses in the world.
Accommodation
The Ross   
The Ross is a boutique hotel locate din the vibrant Irish town of Killarney. The hotel perfects the perfect hub for golf in South West Ireland.
Day 14
Golf
Ballybunion Golf Club - Old Course () 
The Old Course at Ballybunion is one of the most popular courses in the whole of Ireland. Established in 1893, the course was extended to 18 holes in 1926.
Accommodation
Trump International Ireland, Doonbeg   
Accommodation at Trump International Ireland, Doonbeg, is extraordinary. Their suites are private residences, meant to be our guests' home away from home. As such, they are equipped with everything a discriminating traveller would require.
Day 15
Golf
Doonbeg (Trump International Ireland) () 
Doonbeg Golf Club remains the only Greg Norman designed course in the British Isles and he has achieved near perfection in his first conquest of links terrain. The relatively new course has already had the honour of hosting the 2002 Palmer Cup.
Accommodation
Trump International Ireland, Doonbeg   
Accommodation at Trump International Ireland, Doonbeg, is extraordinary. Their suites are private residences, meant to be our guests' home away from home. As such, they are equipped with everything a discriminating traveller would require.
Day 16
Flights Depart from Shannon Airport

Golf Courses

Portmarnock Golf Club

Portmarnock
Co. Dublin, IE
Ireland

Region: Ireland - East

Portmarnock Golf Club

Universally acknowledged as one of the truly great links courses, Portmarnock is situated to the north side of Dublin, about 12 miles from the city centre. Its quality and location have made it a splendid venue for some of the games great events, from the British Amateur Championship of 1949, to the Canada Cup in 1960, quite apart the 1991 Walker Cup and 12 stagings of the revived Irish Open.

Universally acknowledged as one of the truly great links courses, Portmarnock is situated to the north side of Dublin, about 12 miles from the city centre.

Its quality and location have made it a splendid venue for some of the game’s great events, from the British Amateur Championship of 1949, to the Canada Cup in 1960, quite apart the 1991 Walker Cup and 12 stagings of the revived Irish Open.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6205
Architect: W.C. Pickeman/Bernhard Langer
Design Year: 1894

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Royal County Down Golf Club

36 Golf Links Road
Newcastle, NI, BT33 OAN
United Kingdom

Region: Ireland - North East

Royal County Down Golf Club

Royal County Down is one of the oldest Golf Clubs in Ireland with traditions dating back for more than one hundred years. Situated in Newcastle, where in the immortal words of Percy French, "The Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea", Royal County Down is not only a fine test of golf but has accompanying scenery that is spellbinding.

Royal County Down is one of the oldest Golf Clubs in Ireland with traditions dating back for more than one hundred years. Situated in Newcastle, where in the immortal words of Percy French, "The Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea", Royal County Down is not only a fine test of golf but has accompanying scenery that is spellbinding.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6566
Architect: Old Tom Morris/Harry Vardon
Design Year: 1889

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Ballybunion Golf Club - Old Course

Sandhill Road
Ballybunion, County Kerry, IE
Ireland

Region: Ireland - South West

Ballybunion Golf Club - Old Course

The Old Course at Ballybunion is one of the most popular courses in the whole of Ireland. Established in 1893, the course was extended to 18 holes in 1926.

The Old Course at Ballybunion is one of the most popular courses in the whole of Ireland. American visitors in particular just love the course and five-times Open champion Tom Watson is a self-confessed fan of Ballybunion.

Established in 1893, the course was extended to 18 holes in 1926. Due to the threat of coastal erosion - it is set in sandhills alongside the Atlantic Ocean - the order of the holes was changed in the early 1970s and you now actually start at the old 14th.

Visitors to Ballybunion will undergo a stiff test from start to finish and the homeward nine on the Old Course are simply spectacular. The 11th is possibly the most famous and rated by Tom Watson as one of the toughest holes in the world. The 12th is possibly tougher for the amateur, a long par-3 to an elevated green across an entire expanse of wild duneland.

The par-5 16th possibly typifies Ballybunion, it is intimidating with a tee-shot played to a dog-leg. The temptation to take an agressive line often does not pay dividends and the more consevative line, while difficult to understand from the tee, does not make the hole impossibly long. The 2nd shot must be played uphill through a funnel of dunes leaving a short pitch to one of the larger greens on the course.

The 18th hole is one of the most discussed holes after a round on the Old Course. The approach is again uphill to another dune well protected by sand dunes and almost blind from the fairway. A par on this hole is a noteworthy achievement!

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6034
Architect:
Design Year: 1893

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Doonbeg (Trump International Ireland)

Co. Clare Doonbeg
County Clare, IE
Ireland

Region: Ireland - South West

Doonbeg (Trump International Ireland)

Doonbeg Golf Club remains the only Greg Norman designed course in the British Isles and he has achieved near perfection in his first conquest of links terrain. The relatively new course has already had the honour of hosting the 2002 Palmer Cup.

The site at Doonbeg was originally proposed as a golf links in the late 19th century by Scottish Guardsmen stationed in Ireland. Though superior to the other site mooted, Doonbeg was considered too far from the railway station - and so they built their golf course at Lahinch and founded Lahinch Golf Club instead.

The owners of Kiawah Island golf resort purchased the site over 100 years later and the Doonbeg story began.

Greg Norman was commissioned to design the golf course, and like the great man himself the course is bold, brash and with a great deal of style. It is also controversial - visitors tend to either love of loathe Doonbeg to one extreme or the other with very little in between.

The course lies beside White Strand on the west Clare coast, 20 miles south of Lahinch. The beach is one of Ireland's remotest and beautiful stretches of sand, defining Doughmore Bay with the Atlantic Ocean stretching beyond in every direction. Sand dunes mark the edge of land, high above the beach and the golf course plays out and back towards Carrowmore Point to the north.

The most memorable hole is the par-3 14th, a short iron across a deep valley of dense dune grass to a green perched on the very edge of the coast line. The huge three-tiered greenlooks very small from the tee and must be found.

Doonbeg remains the only Greg Norman designed course in the British Isles and he has achieved near perfection in his first conquest of links terrain. The relatively new course has already had the honour of hosting the 2002 Palmer Cup.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6198
Architect: Greg Norman
Design Year: 2000

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Waterville Golf Links

Waterville, County Kerry, IE
Ireland

Region: Ireland - South West

Waterville Golf Links

Golf at Waterville is a mystical experience the beauty of classic links land, surrounded by the sea, yet forever challenged and shaped by the elements. Waterville Golf Links is currently rated among the top 5 courses in Ireland and the top 20 links courses in the world.

Golf at Waterville is a mystical experience – the beauty of classic links land, surrounded by the sea, yet forever challenged and shaped by the elements. Waterville Golf Links is currently rated among the top 5 courses in Ireland and the top 20 links courses in the world.

Links golf combines sand dunes gorse and native grasses, firm fairways, sod faced bunkers and subtle putting surfaces all intertwined by the ever changing weather. Forget the lob wedge. Think bump and run and creative shot making.

It is hard to believe that Waterville Golf Club was only built in 1973. It's the type of place you feel that has been there forever. Jack Mulcahy, an Irish-born American, had the vision for this links gem and, after returning to Ireland to live, he handed the task of designing the course to the legendary Eddie Hackett.

His creation is widely regarded as one of the top links courses in the world and the Americans in particular flock to Waterville in their thousands every year.

While the front nine is good, the inward half is even better and make sure you take a minute or two to enjoy the view of Mulcahy's Peak at the par-3 17th. Yes, it is easy to see why this place is so popular.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6568
Architect: Eddie Hackett, currently updated by Tom Fazio
Design Year: 1973

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Prestwick Golf Club

2 Links Road
Prestwick, SCO, KA9 1QG
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club is situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain.

Forever remembered as the birthplace of the Open Championship, Prestwick Golf Club has hosted 24 Opens in all, the last one being 1926, after which the crowds were deemed too large.

Prestwick Golf Club is situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain. Prestwick shares it boundaries with Royal Troon and is just 20 minutes from Turnberry, with Open final qualifying courses such as Kilmarnock Barassie, Glasgow Gailes, Western Gailes and Irvine Bogside all within just 5 minutes drive.

Prestwick Golf Club is a relaxed and friendly club that enjoys hosting golfers from all around the World. Visitors are encouraged to use their temporary membership to its full capacity, and enjoy the full lunch in the lavish Dining room or just a snack in the relaxed Cardinal room.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6158
Architect:
Design Year: 1851

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Turnberry Resort - Ailsa Course

Turnberry, Ayrshire, SCO, KA26 9LT
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Turnberry Resort - Ailsa Course

The Ailsa course at Turnberry is spectacular, sitting on a perfect piece of links land with the water providing a perfect backdrop. Home to a number of memorable Open Championships, the course has been remodelled providing even more challenge.

The most junior of Open venues, the Ailsa course at Turnberry is nevertheless one of the best and toughest challenges in championship golf.

Sited between the magnificent Trump Turnberry Resort and the sea, this great course weaves in and out of spectacular dunes that, with Turnberry lighthouse and Ailsa Craig standing over 1200 foot high out at sea, form great backdrops to all of the holes.

The course has recently undergone an extensive renovation with the changing of a number of holes providing even more excitement along the cliffs. In fact the trio of holes 9, 10, 11 rival if not surpass those at Pebble Beach. The iconic Turnberry lighthouse has been transformed into arguably the world's best halfway house providing amazing views at the end of the 9th hole.

Although stretched to over 7,000 yards for Open Championships, the medal course is not one that demands great power for par but rather more care and attention to detail both off the tee and with the approach shots. This course has seen some of the best exhibitions ever in the game, particularly over its closing holes testing the world's greatest players to their limits.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 5855
Architect: Willie Fernie, McPherson Ebert
Design Year: 1909, 2016

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Western Gailes Golf Club

Gailes, Irvine, SCO, KA11 5AE
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Western Gailes Golf Club

Western Gailes Golf Club, founded in 1897, is situated on the Ayrshire coast of Scotland where many of the finest Scottish golf links are located. It is recognised as one of the finest and true links courses in Scotland.

Western Gailes Golf Club, founded in 1897, is situated on the Ayrshire coast of Scotland where many of the finest Scottish golf links are located and is only 4 miles from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. It is recognised as one of the finest and true links courses in Scotland measuring 6899 yards from the championship tees.

The course has played host to the Curtis Cup, PGA Championship, Seniors and prestigious Scottish Amateur Championship. It is also one of the final qualifying courses when The Open is played at Turnberry or Royal Troon.

The clubhouse, with its view of the hills of Arran and the sharp outline of Ailsa Craig standing out from the shimmering sea, gives an instant picture of the delights Western provides and the comforts it affords to all who visit.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6247
Architect:
Design Year: 1897

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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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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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