|Monday||ROYAL BURGESS||Stirling & Bannockburn||Edinburgh|
|Tuesday||MUIRFIELD or KINGSBARNS||Edinburgh||Renaissance/ or Edinburgh|
|Wednesday||THE RENAISSANCE CLUB||Edinburgh||North Berwick/ Edinburgh|
|Thursday||NORTH BERWICK with OLD MUSSELBURGH (optional)||Glasgow||North Berwick/ Edinburgh|
|Friday||GULLANE No1 & GULLANE No2||The Perthshire Round||North Berwick/ Edinburgh|
|Saturday||ST ANDREWS (OLD COURSE)||St Andrews||Dalmahoy/ Edinburgh|
THE SCOTTISH OPEN 2020 - Please note that the Renaissance Club hosts the 2020 Scottish Open in early July. Course closures are not known at the moment, but we would imagine 3-4 weeks preparation is likely. An obvious solution would involve playing Dunbar, possibly in conjunction with Eyemouth
MUIRFIELD- Muirfield is a notoriously difficult course to get access to, especially for a peak season tee-time. Opportunities are limited to Tuesday and Thursday only and book out quickly. You are advised to think in terms of 18 months in advance, and contact us around March for play the following year. There is a likelihood therefore that we will need to consider Kingsbarns as an alternative against failure to secure a slot otherwise
ST ANDREWS OLD COURSE-Anyone intending to play the Old Course through the ballot should make contingency to add £180. This is paid locally once the result of the draw is known 48 hours before play. It will likely mean forfeiting the provisional reservation to a cancellation (Crail), albeit the club will make every effort to reschedule you should you wish to play on the Saturday.
CHAUFFEUR GUIDE - The tour described is self-drive. Should you prefer to engage a chauffeur driver instead, this option is available. Please notify us accordingly.
EDINBURGH - Visits to Edinburgh during the festival (August) will see hotel shortages and a notable price spike. The indicative peak season price can not be based on this 'hot spot'. Be aware therefore that a visit to Edinbrugh during the festival is likely to exceed this. It may become necessary to stay in Stirling instead
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
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