Scotland has many prestigious courses. Among them, while going around carefully selected courses that have been selected as one of the world’s 100 selections, you will visit Scotland, the birthplace of golf, while touching on the history and sightseeing of the land. Take a Scottish trip like never before, playing on the St Andrews Old Course (3rd in the world), Carnoustie (32nd in the world) and Kingsbarns Golf Links (71st in the world). It is a special tour that is perfect for those who are looking for it.
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2 or more
St. Andrews Old Course Hotel (2 people per room)
This plan does not include airfare to the site and associated expenses (airport tax, fuel surcharge, etc.)
The St Andrews Old Course was built in 1552 and is considered the oldest course in the world. This course is based on the principle of “as it is”, and is said to be the only course in the world created by God and nature.
The Hall of Fame commemorates the names of great players, with the 10th ‘Bobby Jones’ and the final 18th named ‘Tom Morris’.
The 11th hole (par 3) is said to be the most difficult short hole in the world. Although it is not long (174 yards), it is said that if the wind blows even a little, it will quickly become the most difficult short hole in the world. .
The biggest specialty hole is the 17th hole (par 4), where you have to hit the first shot over the hotel on the course.
How about engraving a “brilliantly shining history” into your golf history at “a sacred place created by God and nature” that golfers around the world long for?
Depart from Haneda or Narita Airport and fly to Edinburgh
Play at St Andrews New Course or Jubilee Course
Plays at St Andrews Old Course (3rd in the world)
Play at the World’s Top 100 Kings Barns Golf Links (ranked 71st in the world) or the World’s Top 100 Carnoustie Golf Links (ranked 32nd in the world)
From Edinburgh Airport to Haneda or Narita Airport via a connecting flight