West Coast Links Legends Tour
- Day 1: Arrive into Scotland and be welcomed by your Ultimate Golf Service representative who will assist with your luggage and help you navigate easily from the airport. Depending upon your chosen itinerary this will be by taxi to nearby hotel, to the airport rental car desk or by Ultimate Golf Service collection and transfer vehicle to the wonderful Marine Hotel at Troon, overlooking the famous Royal Troon golf club.
- Day 2: Play Prestwick Golf Club where The (British) Open all began in 1860. This is a true links golf course. A real step back in time, set by the sea the undulating fairways and sloping greens set the tone for your historic championship links golf trip.
- Day 3: Play the European Tour Scottish Open venue of Dundonald Links. Part of the Gailes trio, Dundonald is the newest of them but its Kyle … design means a great variety of hole design that will leave you thrilled to have found it.
- Day 4: Arguably most prestigious of all is Royal Troon. Tee times are hard to come by but if you are quick to book for the coming season you will be among the lucky ones to have the famous Open Championship venue included in your itinerary. Alternate venues area available for the late comers.
- Day 5: Transfer from the Marine Hotel at Troon to either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport.
As always Ultimate Golf Service will make the process easy for you, tailor making your trip to find the best dates, tee times, accommodation and transfers you would wish for.
As with all Ultimate Golf Service packages the price and experience will be tailored to your needs. All quotes provided for free.
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Prestwick Golf Club
Birthplace of the Open Championship
The (British) Open started here in 1860
Prestwick is as true links golf experience as you will get. Undulating fairways and rolling greens on the west coast of Scotland, it is something of an Ultimate Golf Service favourite.
St Andrews has hosted The Open the most (29 times) but Prestwick is comfortably 2nd ahead of Muirfield GC, having held The Open 24 times to Muirfield’s 16 times.
Its has to be said that the last time Prestwick saw the competition was in 1925 but I suggest the main reason it no longer hosts the Open is the intimacy, and lack of space between fairways for towering stands and television equipment. Frankly the course is all the better for it.