- Nights 6
- Days 7
- Rounds of Golf 5
Seeking a proper golf experience set within dramatic scenic beauty then look no further than to the Highlands of Scotland. Within a relatively short journey north of Glasgow or Edinburgh Airports, you could find yourself teeing off by early afternoon of your day of arrival on some of Scotland’s finest links golf courses.
Combine it with some charming places to stay, throw in a visit (or two) to some of the Speyside or Highland malt distilleries and play a mix of known gems like Royal Dornoch or an off the beaten path track like Brora Golf Club then you are onto something very special.
One of the not so well known facts about this region that the locals boast about is their “micro climate” allowing for more favorable weather conditions. Of course this is only speaking in relative terms because it is still in Great Britain. It certainly doesn’t mean that you leave your rain gear back in the States but you might not pull it out as often as you would in other parts of Scotland.
- Full Scottish Breakfast
- Check out and transfer to the airport
- Transfer to the airport included
2 Nights at Trump International Scotland with full Scottish breakfast daily.
4 Nights at Kingsmills Hotel with full Scottish breakfast daily.
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Trump International Scotland
Trump International Golf Links
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club – Balgownie Course
Royal Dornoch Golf Links – Championship Course
Nairn Golf Club
Castle Stuart Golf Links
- 2 Nights at Trump International Golf Links Scotland
- 4 Nights at Kingsmills Hotel
- 5 Rounds of Golf:
- Trump International Golf Links
- Royal Aberdeen Golf Club
- Royal Dornoch Golf Club
- Nairn Golf Club
- Castle Stuart Golf Links
- All transfers in air-conditioned coach with driver
- Meet and assist at airport
- All local taxes and service fees
- Services of your Distincte representative
- All flights both local and international
- All portage and tips for drivers & guides
- All caddies and carts not indicated in itinerary
- All meals, drinks not mentioned in itinerary
- All items of a personal nature
Dates & Prices
Prices are in USD, per person, based on double occupancy.
|Package Options||Starting From||Single Occupancy|
|Standard Double / Twin Room||$2,695.00|
Before You Travel
- A quality rain suit, pants and jacket is a MUST! Zero Restriction and FootJoy are quality brands. If you do not own such apparel, it is expensive and note, you get what you pay for. So purchase wisely as you’ll be thankful you have it if you get a good lashing!
- Rain gloves – a must when playing in the rain. They come in pairs and for good reason. A wet hand on a wet grip will only result in tears as your ball, and maybe your club too, will undoubtedly end up in the fescue.
- A good ski hat – yes, not what you typically think of for golf but because most courses are on the ocean, the water temps are still only in the upper 50’s to 60 degrees. Combine these factors with some wind blowing onshore and then throw in some rain and it is a recipe for being miserable. A nice warm hat that can cover your ears could be your best friend.
- A proper golf umbrella – a must as normal summer weather means intermittent showers that come and go throughout a 4 hour round. You can generally see what is coming so instead of changing in and out of rain gear, you can use a good sturdy wind-resistant umbrella to shelter you until the shower passes.
Now, what about sunshine? Yes, they do have it in Ireland and when it comes out especially in the late spring and summer months, it can be quite warm to hot. Therefore, a few pair of golf shorts are in order. Golfers have been known to wear shorts under their rain pants simply because the extremes from shower to sunshine can be very dramatic – so this is sometimes the best approach.
All in all, these are the best tips to best prepare you for what we hope is a memorable experience golfing in Scotland.
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