Play championship course ‘Car-nasty’

Play championship course ‘Car-nasty’

Host to countless Championship Opens, Carnoustie Golf Links is, most notably, the iconic location of Ben Hogan’s famous 1953 triumph and part of our 2019 fully escorted golf tour. Russell Knox, 2018’s top-ranked Scot at No. 46 in the world, admits, “They call it ‘Car-nasty’ for a reason. Probably the toughest course I’ve ever played”.

It’s widely known that golfers don’t travel to Scotland to play on parkland, heathland or seaside golf courses. No, they make the pilgrimage to play on genuine Scottish links golf courses, famed for inspiring the world’s most enigmatic golfers to summon their best play and master the vagaries of hitting a tiny hard ball over windswept plains into a 4 ¼ inch hole. Richard Jafolla of Golf Nook, Scotland, says, “There’s a palette of exceptional golf courses, terrific golf courses and great golf courses all jammed into an area the size of Tasmania”.

Go Golfing’s 2019 Scottish tour is a destination that will resonate with every golfer. Packed with Scottish history dating back to the 17th century, you’ll play North Berwick and Prestwick courses, before venturing along the Atlantic coastline to Royal Troon; St Andrews, the origin of golf, Carnoustie Golf Links, home of the 2018 British Open; and Kingsbarns Golf Links. Unlimited golf is on offer at The Torrance and Kittocks while staying at The Fairmont St Andrews. To satiate the sightseer in you, we tour Edinburgh’s historical monuments, including the highland’s Stirling Castle, known to many as the place Mel Gibson fought for in Braveheart, and Kinnettles Castle, once home to King Robert III.

Escape your winter and venture to Scotland’s sublime summer to experience an epic golf journey and create memories that will last a lifetime. The 13-day tour offers 8 rounds of spectacular golf between the summertime dates of 11-23 July 2019. 

 

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