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Call the US Open, Highland Golf Offer, Scotland

Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, Nairn, & Boat of Garten

At Faraway Fairways we believe we’ve built you a gem with our Call the US Open, Highland golf offer, Scotland. If you can predict the winner of the 2019 US Open we’ll pretty much pay for your vacation. So what is it about the Scottish Highlands? and why should you seriously be looking towards to taking advantage of this?

In the first case Faraway Fairways have included Scotland’s top ranked golf course, Royal Dornoch. In addition to this, we’ve also introduced a second top-100 course, the Scottish Open venue of Castle Stuart. Nairn is the third course you play, recent Walker Cup venue and reputedly home of the best greens in Scotland. Finally we add the picturesque Boat of Garten to your collection. It’s not just the courses themselves however, but the experience of Highland golf that is so beguiling

You start to experience the early blasts of dry Arctic air at this time of year, before it turns too cold. Piercing blue skies join in the collaboration of autumnal colour. This can be some of the most uplifting golf you’ll ever play. Allow the crisp freshness to roll over you. The further north we go of course, will also enhance our prospects of witnessing a display of the northern aurora for an extra bonus. Under these conditions, the courses of the Scottish Highlands are at their best, and reduced traffic ensures that you’ll also enjoy a degree of solitude and relative isolation. It’s you, the golf, and the landscape, and to be perfectly honest, it’s not far away from being Paradise. The Highland golf offer window is short however, it needs to be seized. It requires the adventurous golfer to make a commitment and say “bring it on; I’ll play it”. Faraway Fairways are offering you the chance to do so on a fantastic deal. Call the US Open, and win Dornoch! You’ll need to move quickly though in order to cash in the call the US Open, Highland Golf Offer, Scotland. The decision to run this deal is taken at risk, our exposure to your judgement isn’t inexhaustible!.

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GOLF NON-GOLF OVERNIGHT
Sunday Culloden Battlefield Inverness or Nairn
Monday CASTLE STUART Loch Ness Inverness or Nairn
Tuesday ROYAL DORNOCH Dunrobin Castle & Glenmorangie Distillery Inverness or Nairn
Wednesday NAIRN Speyside whisky Inverness or Nairn
Thursday BOAT OF GARTEN House of Bruar & Edinburgh Edinburgh


 

5 Nights
  • Premier
  • Golf players £1295 approx $1665 (subject to & settled at current exchange rate)

BASIS OF PRICE - Four golfer's sharing transport, two people sharing a twin room

NON GOLF ACTIVITY - Non-golfers get more time for non-golf activity than golfers. An asterisk (*) is used on the ‘Non-Golf’ button in the itineraries to indicate where a golfer could reasonably expect to be able to undertake an activity. Anything left unmarked is only practical for non-golfers to undertake. Check the button called ‘What’s Included’ that appears on the final named day ‘tab’ to see if it’s included in a price.

DISCLAIMER - The content of all tours are sold subject to availability and final confirmation of price. We do not speculatively book hotels in advance. Late bookings might be subject to a market led price increment. The prices displayed are strong indicators of what you would expect to pay but can also fluctuate in line with choices people wish to add or omit. Please check what's included. Prices are per person based on two sharing

Take the High Road

Trips to the Highlands involve an unavoidable journey. We aim to break this up a bit with stops of legitimate interest at the Queens View for a brief lunch, and the Blair Athol distillery. In terms of ‘road time’, it shouldn’t take more than 3 and half hours max, to arrive at Inverness. We don’t invite you to play on the first day. You’ve had a long flight already on top of this transit, and daylight isn’t on our side any longer. Spend the evening in the home port of a famous monster before the golf begins tomorrow.

Castle Stuart

Another modern addition to the golfing landscape having opened in July 2009. The course is set on two-tiered balaconies overlooking the dark and forboding waters of the Moray Firth. Players enjoy stunning panoramas from the highest elevations. The course is rich in the textured signature landscape of Scottish ‘whins’, gorse and broom, heather, and marram from beginning to end. These change colour with the seasons as Nature commanded, and weave a tapestry of highland hues into this landscape mosaic of rugged beauty. The course has recently been hosting the prestigious Scottish Open, and was used successfully by Phil Mickelson in 2013 as a springboard to Open success a month later at Muirfield.

Royal Dornoch

Golf Digest rated Royal Dornoch the highest of Scotland’s many worthy candidates. The Championship course represented a paradigm in design that endures today. The ‘bump-and-run‘ was the traditional shot to mitigate a links wind. Elevated plinth greens were introduced and ringed with fiendish pot-bunkers to guard them from any such commando approach. Without completely taking the traditional ‘stock shot’ out of the equation, a degree of risk was added. Dornoch therefore challenges you to go the aerial route, and ride the wind. Iron play is the key to the course. The greens are accommodating if you can find them though. The rationale is simple: hit a good approach shot and you should be rewarded. Hit a bad one, and you pay the penalty. Tom Watson said of Dornoch “the most fun I’ve ever had on a golf course”.

Nairn

Created from a Highland wilderness of gorse and heather Nairn is a perennial Scottish top-10 hoverer. Nairn is a bit like a great symphony which takes you on a journey with each movement getting progressively challenging before developing into a climatic crescendo. Nairn requires you to use every club in you bag, and play a myriad of different shots. Wise heads frequently nominate Nairn as possessing the best putting surface that Scotland has to offer too. One of the slightly more remarkable features is that you can very easily hit the ball into the sea on every one of the first seven! If you’re a ‘leftie’ with a tendency to hook, you might like to consider packing an extra sleeve of balls!

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Qualification requirements for play

Nairn operates a handicap threshold of 28 for gentlemnen, and 36 for ladies respectively. Nairn will reserve the right as to whether or not to invoke this since it tends not to be as rigidly applied as some clubs. An appreciation of pace of play, and etiquette, is equally important. If the player does fall below the standard however, they are invited to tackle the alternatives we’ve nominated instead.

Boat of Garten

This hidden gem, is less hidden these days. The Boat of Garten is flanked by the river Spey on one side, a steam railway on the other, and the snow-capped Cairngorm mountains in the distance. Designed by James Braid, the course is widely regarded as Scotland’s most scenic, cleverly shaped by fairways lined with birch trees, heather and broom, and Highland gorse. The design maximises the natural landscape and vistas to full dramatic effcet. It’s a short course, but above all else, it’s fun

Time to say Goodbye

Time, as they say, waits for no man, and sadly we’re no exception. Today it’s time to bid you farewell, hope you enjoyed your stay, and will consider returning soon. Better still, the return match awaits. We’ll ensure you get to your airport for a safe, and comfortable return across the Atlantic, where the benefits of flying east to west will now become apparent, as you land a mere two hours after you took off! Don’t forget to stay in touch through our blog, email, or the social networks, as we update information. Once again, thank you

Highlands in the Fall

Awesome Highlands Golf Offer – The Deal, laid out

This offer applies exclusively to the month of October

All you have to do is the following….

  1. Select who you think will win the 2019 US Open Championship
  2. Book this tour with your selections name
  3. Pay your deposit no later than March 31st, 2019, or full payment thereafter
  4. Pay the remaining balance by May 1st, 2019 (unless agreed otherwise)

Should your nominated player win….we’ll pay for (by way of 100% refund) the total cost of your tour to the advertised price.

So where’s the catch? have I read this right?

The offer only extends to paid bookings for the month of October, 2019 only, based on the result of the 2019 US Open. Should your nominated player fail to win, you aren’t required to pay any forfeit for being on the wrong side of the result. The risk is ours. You just take your tour as intended, on a ‘nothing lost’ basis.

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