Golf adventures of a lifetime
Every golfer knows that Scotland offers the greatest links golf set against a backdrop of spectacular scenery and iconic landmarks. There is much to explore, and to enjoy the experience fully, you need the local expertise of people who know Scotland inside out. At Muirfield Travel, every last detail from tee time to bedtime is meticulously planned and organised for you. We create a tailor-made itinerary and arrange your entire trip around your personal requirements. We try to think of everything that can enhance your visit to our country and ensure you have a golf adventure of a lifetime.
The Grand Golf Itinerary of Scotland truly is a “bucket-list” tour. Based in three of the best golfing regions in the world you will play ten rounds of iconic golf, stay at the best hotels and sample some of the finest cuisine available in Scotland.
11 Nights 5* Hotel accommodation in Trump Turnberry, The Old Course Hotel, Greywalls Hotel.
When the Gleneagles Hotel opened in 1924 it was described as ‘a Riviera in the Highlands’ and the ‘eighth wonder of the world’. Today, the hotel remains dedicated to excellence, just as it was in it’s earliest days. The Gleneagles Golf Itinerary offers you the chance to play one round on each of the three championship golf courses from a central base in the famous hotel.
Relaxing in St Andrews playing on some of the best golf courses in the world, eating great food in the most beautiful of surroundings – home to the world-famous Old Course, where it all began.
This is a golfing experience that is a must and a once in a lifetime opportunity.
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An itinerary, however exciting, is at first just an idea on a piece of paper. Here you can read how some of our itineraries came to life for our guests. It doesn’t matter how small or large your group is, it’s about everybody enjoying their golf adventure of a lifetime.
A father with his six sons, a hurricane, a diversion to Amsterdam, the Jigger Inn, Carnoustie, Kings Barns and St Andrews, a big family dinner and only three full days and five nights to do it….
Two best mates contacted us about visiting Scotland to play some golf, see some of the sites and stay in some beautiful hotels. But one of them was coming back to the game after a 30 year ‘break’. Question is – did they make the cut?
Twelve mad keen golfers, a set of golf clubs at Heathrow, seven days in Scotland, seven golf courses, three different regions, three different hotels, over twenty restaurants and bars. 24 hour logistics, logistics, logistics!