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ST. ANDREWS | Enjoy 6 nights' accommodations at Ardgowan Hotel and 6 rounds of golf at Jubilee Course, Dumbarnie Links, Carnoustie, New Course, Old Course (Via Ballot), and Kingsbarns.
FIFE, SCOTLAND | Enjoy 5 nights' accommodations at Ardgowan Hotel at St. Andrews and Ducks Inn in Gullane and 5 rounds of golf at Dumbarnie Links, Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, Kilspindie, and North Berwick.
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St. Andrews is one of the most coveted golf destinations in the world, but it can be enjoyed on a budget, too. Brandon Tucker offers value tips to the Home of Golf.8 Min Read
One of the greatest thrills in golf is taking a journey to St. Andrews and playing a round on the Old Course. The palpable aura of the game rooted on such hallowed ground, the memories of watching so many of golf’s greatest players traverse the Swilcan Bridge en route to claiming their Open Championship victory, the wonderful passing parade of people, and the history, architecture, and vibe of this historic university town make a visit to the “Auld Grey Toon” a required pilgrimage for every golf enthusiast.1 Min Read
About 40,000 courses around the world have been built since the Old Course at St. Andrews was laid out over 600 years ago. But despite all the game's advances in design and technology, many of the world's best players call the Old the best out there. Brandon Tucker offers 10 unique reasons why.3 Min Read
Of all the ultimate itineraries we’ve put together, none is as exhilarating and rewarding for a true golf lover as our trip to Scotland. Scotland is the Home of Golf, where the game has been played for five centuries and where it is woven into the very fabric of life. Those who make a pilgrimage to Scotland achieve a spirit of unity with all golfers who have ever trod the links.9 Min Read
The link between St. Andrews and Pinehurst is strong, beginning with Donald Ross, who came to Pinehurst in 1900 after studying under Old Tom Morris in St. Andrews, and stayed until his death in 1948. The two spots are both among the game's most coveted destinations for the majors they host, and their pure golf atmosphere is impossible to duplicate. It's a friendly rivalry, of course, but it's time for a showdown: Scotland's "Home of Golf" vs. the United States' most worthy contender.4 Min Read
Will Gray got the full Old Course experience in St. Andrews by waiting overnight at the Links Trust pavilion to get a walk-on tee time. Here's how he did it, and what you need to know.8 Min Read
So you didn't make the Old Course ballot this time around. That's why groups often book three or four days in St. Andrews alone. But if you don't want to play the waiting game, it's a near certainty you can still play golf even if you didn't book weeks in advance. St. Andrews and the Kingdom of Fife have one of the richest pockets of links golf anywhere.3 Min Read
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Donald Trump can now deliver on his promise of a massive golf resort development in Aberdeenshire.2 Min Read
Turnberry, Royal Troon and Prestwick - all former hosts of The Open - anchor a fantastic golf destination.2 Min Read
Matt Ginella speaks with architect Bill Coore about why he is so hopeful to build Coul Links in Scotland.2:37
This month's Golf Odyssey Secrets from the world of golf travel, exclusive to GolfPass members, features big news in the Scottish Highlands, a new hotel set to offer private access and an exclusive opportunity in the Carolina Sandhills.3 Min Read
The architect of this week's ASI Scottish Open on The Renaissance Club, golf culture in Scotland and more1 Min Read
Local Golf Advisor Brandon Webb took an epic trip to Scotland that included Turnberry, Royal Dornoch, and the St. Andrews lottery. Here are some highlights from his trip.10 Images