Every College Links Golf tour is different – each group has specific requirements, interests and budgets. We work together to arrange an itinerary which suits your needs. If you’d like a bit of inspiration, however, please click on the links below to see examples of possible tour schedules.
Spend a week in Scotland’s far north, playing some of the world’s best links golf among some of the world’s most beautiful scenery. This tour includes rounds at Castle Stuart, Nairn, Moray (Old), Boat of Garten, Brora and – best of all – a competitive match against the University of the Highlands and Islands at fabulous Royal Dornoch.
This seven night tour is tailored to suit a team which wishes to enjoy a true Scottish links experience at an affordable price. It incorporates fabulous links layouts such as Western Gailes and Dundonald, and also includes three visits to St Andrews, the home of golf, on the New, Jubilee and Castle courses. The tour party is based in the historic city of Stirling, which offers numerous opportunities to sample a bit of Scottish culture alongside the fantastic golf.
Wild West Adventure
Satisfy your spirit of adventure with a tour that takes you to the edge . . . of Scotland. Based in bustling Glasgow, this seven night stay includes tee times at world famous Turnberry and Troon, but also includes excursions by air to some of Scotland’s most remote golfing outposts. You’ll hop over to the rugged Mull of Kintyre to play the wild and wonderful pair of Machrihanish Links and Machrihanish Dunes, and fly to the island of Islay to savour The Machrie, a gem of a links on the Atlantic coast.
Two thousand dollar tour
Golf in Scotland is expensive, right? Not necessarily. This tour features six rounds of golf at championship-quality courses on Scotland’s Ayrshire coast, accommodation and all ground transport for just $2,000 per person – we’ll even throw in breakfast each morning!
Spring in St Andrews
A pilgrimage to the Home of Golf is on most golfers’ bucket list but high summer in St Andrews can be a crowded – and expensive – place. This package includes a chance to experience the town during Spring Break, when visitors are fewer, the courses are starting to shape up for the season and, perhaps most importantly, tee times for the Old Course are much easier to come by .. . .