This tour combines playing and staying at the most luxurious golf resorts in Scotland and Ireland. You will be playing courses that have staged events such as Open Championships, Scottish Opens, Ryder Cups and Solheim Cups. Also included is Adare Manor that has been chosen to host the 2026 Ryder Cup. Accommodation, dining, activities and service are all of the highest 5 star quality. This tour offers the best of the best golf resorts in Scotland and Ireland.
Day 1 – Arrival
Meet and greet Edinburgh airport with private transfer to The Gleneagles Hotel.
Day 2 – Play The King’s Course Gleneagles
In 1908 the idea for a “Palace in the Glens” came from Donald Matheson (Manager of the Caledonian Railway Company) and it aimed to attract noble and wealthy travellers. James Braid was commissioned to design the King’s course which opened in 1919 and hosted the first Ryder Cup in 1921. Arguably the finest moorland course in the world it has hosted The Curtis Cup, Dunhill Trophy, Scottish Open and WPGA Championship of Europe. Ranked 16th in Scotland and 38th in UK, it is a course of considerable fame and repute.
Afterwards we’d like to recommend dinner at The Strathearn Restaurant and then perhaps a dram or two in the Blue Bar.
Day 3 – Play PGA Course Gleneagles
Few places can boast 3 courses, let alone 3 in the top 100 in one country- but then there is only one Gleneagles. Designed by Jack Nicklaus the PGA has an American style layout and was built as a stadium course measuring 7300 yards from the back tees. The course opened in 1993 and played host to the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup.
After golf and something to eat it’s time to leave Gleneagles and take a private transfer to check into Turnberry.
Day 4 – Play Ailsa Course Turnberry
The par 70, 7,211 yard course is a one of Scotland’s most scenic Open Championship links courses with dramatic views over the small island of Ailsa Craig in the Firth of Clyde and over to the Mull of Kintyre and Isles of Arran. Significant recent course re-development has met with universal praise and makes this one of the most perfect places to play golf.
After golf enjoy drinks and dinner in the iconic, luxury hotel.
Day 5 – Depart Turnberry and fly to Dublin
Private transfer from Turnberry to Glasgow Airport. On arrival in Dublin private transfer to The K Club.
Day 6 – Play K Club (Ryder Cup course)
Steeped in history, the 5 Star K Club hotel and resort combines old world elegance with indulgent luxury so our guests are treated to luxurious rooms and incredible dining experiences. Our guests can also opt to unwind in our oasis of calm at the internationally acclaimed K Spa or experience playing golf on the Ryder Cup Course.
After golf and some relaxation guests will take a private transfer to Adare Manor.
Day 7 – Play Adare Manor
A cherished heritage of Irish hospitality has been distilled into the spirit of welcome you feel within these walls. Adare Manor was a labour of love from the very start, created to delight, astonish and impress.
Masterfully designed, magnificently maintained, and perfectly set within the glorious estate of one of Europe’s most spectacular manor house hotels, The Golf Course at Adare Manor is ready to take its place among the best championship courses in the world.
Celebrated golf architect Tom Fazio has taken what was already an award-winning course and transformed it into a parkland paradise befitting a country in the top tier of global golfing destinations. The new course has been created in harmony with the outstanding natural beauty of its surroundings: lush, softly rolling terrain, mature tree scaping, and the sweeping banks of the River Maigue. It hosts the Ryder Cup in 2026.
Day 8 – Check out and departure
Private transfer to Shannon airport and home.
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