Combine golf & sightseeing

If you are travelling with group who truly enjoys a good round of golf but not all of you want to play golf every day we offer transfers to the golf course for up to eight people and can take a some of you sightseeing and return to collect your golf enthusiasts.

Combine golf & sightseeing
Combine golf and sightseeing, sample tour including Balmoral Castle, Cairgorm national park
Glenshee

This sample tour would start by picking up a group of up to eight passengers in St Andrews, dropping the golf playing passengers at Carnoustie Golf Links (50 min drive) and taking the remaining passengers sightseeing. Our tours can start anywhere in Scotland and are always bespoke. This example tour could include Balmoral Castle, Braemar Castle, Cairngorms National Park, perhaps a stop for a wee dram at Fettercairn Distillery. It could have an itinerary like this:

8 am Pick up St Andrews

8.50 am Drop off golfers at Carnoustie

10 am Coffee Stop at Fettercairn (perhaps a visit to Fettercairn Distillery

12.30 pm Balmoral Castle & lunch

3 pm Stop at Braemar or Glenshee

4.30 pm Stop at Kirriemuir

5 pm Pick up golfers at Carnoustie

6 pm Return to St Andrews

Balmoral Castle
Sample tour St Andrews to Carnoustie followed by sightseeing Dunnottar Castle, House of Dun, Arbroath Abbey (Declaration of Arboath 1320), Arbroath Smokies
Sample tour St Andrews to Carnoustie followed by sightseeing Dunnottar Castle, House of Dun, Arbroath Abbey (Declaration of Arboath 1320), Arbroath Smokies

Alternatively the golfers of your groups might only need four hours to play golf so the above map might be more appropriate. An intinerary couls look like this:

8 am Pick up St Andrews

8.50 Drop off golfers at Carnoustie

10 am Dunnottar Castle

12 noon Lunch in Montrose – Visit House of Dun or Montrose Nature Reserve

2pm Arbroath (to buy Arbraoth Smokies, visit Arbraoth Abbey or Light House

3 pm Pick up golfers at Carnoustie

4 pm Return to St Andrews or

3.30 pm Dundee Law

4pm V & A, Discovery, Unicorn or a visit to the pub?

Dunnottar Castle
Dunnottar Castle
House of Dun near Montrose Bay

These two options are just examples. Scotland has a vast variety of amazing golf courses and if it comes to attractions, history and landscapes you really have unlimited opportunities. Get in touch and we will create your dream tour

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