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Day 1

Arrive At Edinburgh airport.

Greeted by Premier Irish Golf Tours Executive.

Chauffeur driven by luxury coach to Muirfield Golf Club.(Approx 40 min drive)

Stay at The Marine Hotel.

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This landmark 19th-century Victorian hotel with views over the Firth of Forth is a 9-minute walk from both North Berwick train station and North Berwick Golf Club.

Warm, sophisticated rooms have flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have sea views or 4-poster beds, and suites add living spaces.

There’s an upscale restaurant serving local and organic fare plus a polished bar with golf-course views offering light meals and drinks. There’s also a spa with steam rooms, saunas and a pool, as well as beauty treatments.

 

Day 2

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Play North Berwick golf Club.

Enjoy a meal in the clubhouse after and enjoy a night out in the town that night.

Stay at The Marine Hotel.

The West Links Course

The West Links Course is a true links located on the edge of the Firth of Forth. It is a true championship course having hosted many events over the years.

Playing the course is all about imagination with the sea in play on 6 holes! The beach is just one long and sometimes wet hazard if the tide is in. You will find walls in the middle of fairways and in front of a green. All of these hazards are an important part of our history charting the development of the course from a few holes through to the full 18 hole course. You will enjoy on your visit

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Day 3

Full Scottish breakfast.

Play Gullane Golf club

Explore Dundonald castle in the afternoon.

Stay at The Marine Hotel.

Royal Gullane Golf Club

Royal Gullane Golf Club

The history of Gullane No. 1 Course stretches back to 1884. Carved into the ancient links turf, pot bunkers, wispy grasses and smooth-running greens the course is a unique challenge for the serious golfer. Add to that the fabulous views across to Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth, Fife and beyond and you have one of the world’s most cherished golfing experiences.

Not surprisingly, the course has been the setting for a host of highly acclaimed tournaments including final qualifying for the Open Championship on five occasions, the Scottish Amateur Championship four times, and the Ladies British Open Amateur Championship also four times.

In 2013 it was voted in 21st place in the Top 100 Courses in Scotland by Today’s Golfer and recognised as having one of the best holes in the world by Golf Magazine (USA) in the form of the spectacular par five 3rd.

With every hole having its own distinct character, Gullane No. 1 is both memorable and enjoyable, and undoubtedly one of Scotland’s finest links courses.

The architect of Course No. 1 is unknown. The type of grass is predominantly Bent on the fairways and Fescue on the greens. There are 124 bunkers on the course and the average green size is 550m Sq.

Gullane hosted the 2015 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in July 2015 over a Championship composite course of Gullane No. 1 and No. 2.

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Day 4

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Play Dunbar Golf Club.

Enjoy an evening meal at The Creel restaurant.

Stay at The Marine Hotel.

In the words of one international golf reviewer, a visit to play golf at Dunbar provides ‘just about everything you can ask for’.

That is certainly true if a challenging links course, stunning scenery and a friendly clubhouse are the elements you think make up the perfect golfing experience.

To play on our Open qualifying championship links is to play within yards of waves as they crash onto the rocky shore. It is to pit yourself against a course made by nature and then man’s best efforts over 150 years. It is to walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest golfers in the world.

We are confident you will share their view that no visit to East Lothian, the ‘Cradle of Golf’, is complete without a round on a course regularly voted amongst the best in the country – and we look forward to welcoming you to Dunbar Golf Club.

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Day 5

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Play Musselburgh Golf club.

Visit The Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh.

Enjoy a final night out on the town.

Stay at The Marine Hotel.

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Musselburgh is a top class championship course designed by James Braid in 1938. The length from the championship tees is a testing 6725 yards and with a par 71, SSS 72 it is a quality test of golf. Built round a bend of the river Esk, it has relatively flat tree-lined yet generous fairways. The Craigie burn meanders over some fairways giving golfers the option of laying up short or going for the green.

To have any hope of conquering this course you have to be able to keep the ball in play while still being long off the tee. Although it is not easy, it is still a very enjoyable course to play, which is proven by the fact that many visitors return time after time.

Day 6

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Depart from Edinburgh airport.