Golf Course Selection
New Course, St Andrews - This is a fine traditional links which runs adjacent to the Old and many consider is more difficult. It is a British Amateur Championship venue and over 100 years old - so not so new!
Old Course, St Andrews Ballot - It is essential for all keen golfers to make a pilgrimage to play this fine old links at least once in their life. To play the course you must possess handicap certification and a maximum handicap of 36 for both Gents and Ladies. We have based your quotation on the Old Course Ballot. This is where we enter your names in a ballot (lottery) two days before you plan to play and you discover whether you have been successful by 4pm. Over 50% of tee times are allocated in this way but there are no guarantees of success. If unlucky with the Ballot result there are numerous top class courses that we can arrange tee times at short notice in the vicinity to St Andrews. Any green fee savings would be refunded directly to the Golfers.
Kingsbarns, nr St Andrews - Kingsbarns is only 6 miles from St. Andrews. With its true links turf, contoured rolling fairways and majestic vistas of the sea this course is already considered to be a classic. The sea plays an integral role in the course design and the sandy dunes also feature prominently in enhancing the course landscape. As Sir Michael Bonallack (recently retired Secretary of the R&A) remarks - "Kingsbarns might well be one of the last true seaside links sites capable of development in Scotland. It is an extraordinary setting".
Carnoustie - Hosted an exciting Open Championship in 2018, but will probably be better remembered for 1999 when Jean Van De Velde came unstuck at the final hole forfeiting a 3 shot lead. The narrow fairways and high rough which that Championship was remembered for are now no longer such feature and Visitors can look forward to a beautifully conditioned course where accuracy is rewarded but poor course management exposed.
The Hotel Du Vin St Andrews - (not to be confused with the Old Course Hotel). Two minutes walk from the first tee of the Old Course, this exclusive small boutique hotel has been greatly enhanced by a major refurbishment. It enjoys panoramic views of the sea and its central location ensures you can reach most parts of the town by walking. With only 22 bedrooms the hotel can offer a highly personalised service. It has an award winning restaurant and s cocktail bar with a relaxing sun terrace.
Ardgowan Hotel, St Andrews - Ideally located less than a minute from the first tee on the Old Course, and central to pubs, restaurants and golf shops. This Georgian hotel has 19 en suite rooms, and a restaurant. A popular choice for golfers.
Tour ItineraryDAY 1
Arrive in Scotland where you will be warmly welcomed by a Drumgolf Representative who will assist with the collection of your rental van. Travel to St Andrews and play St Andrews New Course. Stay at the 4 star Hotel Du Vin or the 3 star Ardgowan Hotel x 4 nights.
Play St Andrews Old Course*
Depart Homeward Bound
Includes the followingACCOMMODATION
4 nights' accommodation, sharing twin or double rooms, with full Scottish breakfast. If you choose to stay in the Hotel du Vin, you will each receive an allocation of £110 to spend on food and drinks during your stay.
4 rounds of Championship Golf. *Old Course tee time is based on accessing the course through the daily ballot. Please note we can secure Guaranteed Old Course tee times but these are quoted separately and at a more expensive price. They also require a minimum 5 night stay in Scotland.
Rental of a mini-van with automatic transmission
DRUMGOLF TOUR MANAGEMENT SERVICE
Comprehensive Tour Management Service
This package is subject to availability and based
4 golfers travelling in summer 2023.
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