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Ladies Luxury Golf Vacation


Day 1(Non Golfing day)

Arrive at Glasgow International airport.

Greeted by Premier Irish Golf Tours Travel Executive.

Enjoy an evening in at the health suite and spa followed by a night out in the town.

Stay at Loch Green Hotel.

Ladies Luxury Golf Vacations


ewel on the Coast: Experience the wonderful surroundings of this 'Jewel on the Ayrshire coast'


Awarded Five Stars Visit Scotland, Lochgreen House Hotel is set in thirty acres of woodlands and beautifully manicured gardens. Our award winning restaurant and flexible dining options are a gastronomic pleasure. Thirty two elegant, spacious bedrooms with luxurious bathrooms and thoughtful extras. Overlooking Royal Troon Championship Golf Course, Lochgreen delights with sensational views of the Ayrshire coast, that are truly specatacular!

ilton Strathclyde hotel - Exterior


Spend an afternoon or evening at the Hilton Strathclyde Spa!

At the Hilton Strathclyde Spa, you’ll experience complete rejuvenation for mind, body and soul. Choose from a premium selection of innovative beauty and relaxation treatments. Each treatment uses specially-designed products by Elemis, our exclusive skincare partner.

We have a relaxation room and pool, sauna, steam rooms and whirlpools.

ilton Strathclyde hotel - Treatment Room


Day Two

Ladies Golf Clinic

Full Scottish Breakfast.

1hr 30 min golf clinic at Turnbery golf club with a Master Pga professional in the morning.

Lunch at Turnbery Golf Club.

Play Turnbery Golf club in the afternoon.

Stay at Loch Green Hotel.



Turnberry Performance Academy – Ladies Golf

At the Turnberry Performance Academy, we provide a comfortable setting for our golf clinics. During this one hour and

30 minute clinic we will provide instruction in all aspects on the game to get you ready for you to play on your Ladies Only


Utilizing a holistic approach to teaching all aspects of the game, the teaching methods allow ladies to get more enjoyment

out of the game.
Ladies golf at Trump Turnberry Resort is a way of life and the time to get together with friends, with opportunities available to combine the energy of golf.
urnberry Resort Scotland Womens Golf


Trump Turnberry Resort, Scotland | The Allure of a Legend

As Trump Turnberry enters an exciting period of extensive refurbishment, the hotel building and the Ailsa course will close from the 28th September 2015 and will reopen, reborn on the 1st of June 2016.

During this closure, a variety of activities within the resort will still be available for guests to enjoy. The clubhouse, which reopened after extensive refurbishment in the summer of 2015, will remain open as will its restaurant, The Duel in the Sun. The Spa at Turnberry and the Kintyre course will also be available for guest use. The Turnberry Tea Lounge, located in the spa building, will continue our tradition of serving our award winning afternoon teas.


Turnberry Resort


A Cherished Classic – Golf at Turnberry Resort, Scotland

Imagine rolling hills, sandy dunes, a stiff breeze blowing off the Ayrshire coast. Before designer courses, before manicured greens and major championships, these lands inspired local Scots to play the game of golf. Beloved since its first formal course was built in 1901, Turnberry’s fairways have been shared by the game’s elite and casual enthusiasts from around the globe. Even the conversion of its links to runways during two world wars could not diminish the desire to play here, a place made for golf, where countless competitions have been waged that shall never be forgotten.

Beautiful in sun, exacting in cold and wind, Trump Turnberry Resort’s three courses are both part of golf’s legacy and part of its future. A round on The Ailsa, The Kintyre or The Arran is the kind of extraordinary experience that changes a player, professional or amateur.

The draw of that experience will keep golfers returning here forever.


Day Three

Royal Troon Golf Club

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Play at Royal Troon Golf Club.

Enjoy a night out in the town.

Stay at Loch Green Hotel.



Royal Troon Golf Club is a links golf course located in Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland. The club was founded 137 years ago in 1878, initially with five holes. George Strath was appointed in 1881 as the club’s first golf professional. The club was granted its “Royal” accolade in 1978, during its centennial.

Its Old Course is one of the host courses for The Open Championship, one of the major championships on the PGA Tour and European Tour. The Club has hosted the Open eight times, last in 2004, won by Todd Hamilton in a 4-hole playoff against Ernie Els. It is scheduled to host again in 2016.

Past Open champions at Royal Troon include Justin Leonard, Mark Calcavecchia, Tom Watson, Tom Weiskopf, Arnold Palmer, Bobby Locke, and Arthur Havers. The last six Opens at Troon have been won by Americans. Disregard the link below.

Royal Troon is home to both the longest and shortest holes in Open Championship golf. The par-3 8th hole (“Postage Stamp”) measures a short 123 yards (112 m) and is regarded as one of the top holes in the world, while the par-5 6th (“Turnberry”) extends to 601 yards (550 m).


Day Four

Full Scottish breakfast

Play Prestwick golf club.

Enjoy an evening meal at Scott’s Bar and restaurant.

Stay at loch Green Hotel




Prestwick is the home of the British Open Championship. The first open championship was played at Prestwick in 1860 and didn’t move to St. Andrew’s until 1873. Willie Park won the first Open Championship over the great Tom Morris. One of Prestwick’s strengths is the quality and variety of holes. This is a must play on your visit to Scotland.


Scott’s Bar and Restaurant


Day Five

Western Gailes Golf Club

Classic Links Golf

The reputation of Western Gailes as one of the game’s finest and more exacting courses has spread worldwide as evidenced by its numerous visitors from around the world including golfing legends from this and the last century.  The great Harry Vardon arrived at Western Gailes in June 1903 celebrating his fourth Open victory.  In 1923 its attractions were being lauded by the then US Open Champion Gene Sarazen who played the course with three other outstanding professionals.  Greats from the second half of the 20th century such as Gary Player, Tom Watson and Tony Jacklin have also visited, while from the modern game Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson have all tested their mettle over this classic links course.

The course is situated between the railway and the sea, so typical of the classic Ayshire links courses, with both being very much in play for the errant golfer.  It is also special amongst seaside courses that are no more than two holes wide, in having its clubhouse in a more or less central position leaving seven holes to the north and eleven to the south.

The course is never other than an excellent test of true links golf.  Any change in the strength or direction of the wind, that usually varies between south-westerly and north-westerly off the adjacent Firth of Clyde, provides new challenges that are compounded by the undulating terrain and finely contoured greens cleverly located and set in the folds of the surrounding sand dunes. Together with the line of dunes running down the coastal stretch from the 5th to the 13th holes, the out of bounds wall from the 14th onwards, the plentiful supply of pot bunkers plus the meandering burns, all combine to present variety and a memorable challenge.


Dundonald Golf Club

Day 6

Dundonald Links is a beautiful traditional golf links that played host to the ladies Scottish Open in July 2015, which was won by Rebecca Artist. Dundonald was designed by renowned golf architect Kyle Phillips.

Gallery at Troon

Day Seven

Machrihanish Golf Club

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Play Macrahanish Golf Club.

Enjoy one last night out on the town.

Stay at loch Green Hotel.

To provide a varied test for the competent golfer, the layout is not just a predictable nine out, and nine back. Set in the Machrihanish Dunes, the classic links holes, apart from the 1st, are the 5th, another par four with its fairway like an elephant’s graveyard, the 10th, a clever dogleg par five and the 15th, a “one shotter” with real difficulty if the elusive green is missed from the tee.

Each hole flows almost seemlessly from the previous, making this course fairly unique as a natural links course.


Day 8

Full Scottish Breakfast.

Depart from Glasgow International airport.