Open Rota Golf

Tour of Scotland

6 Nights; 7 Days

Lochgreen House, Troon (Day 1 & 2)
Old Course Hotel, St Andrews (Day 3 & 4)
Greywalls, Gullane (Day 5 & 6)

Ailsa Course, Turnberry
Royal Troon, Troon
Carnoustie, Carnoustie
Old Course, St Andrews (Ballot)
Muirfield, Muirfield

Also Includes:
Executive Vehicle and Private Driver Guide.
All Admissions.
24/7 Private Concierge.



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    Our Guide Pricing Includes:


    Breakfast at all Hotels Included

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    Personalised itinerary


    Executive vehicle hire according to itinerary


    Professional driver guide for route according to itinerary


    Services of private local guides in activities according to itinerary


    Admissions to all sites according to itinerary


    Accommodations according to itinerary


    Co-ordination and support / 24 hr assistance during the trip


    Trump Turnberry Hotel
    Deluxe King Room (2 Nights)
    Old Course Hotel
    Eden Parkland King (2 Nights)
    Cottage Room (2 Nights)

    2 People (1 Room)



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    4 People (2 Rooms)



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    Lochgreen House
    Deluxe Double (2 Nights)
    Hotel Du Vin
    Double Room (2 Nights)
    Cottage Room (2 Nights)

    2 People (1 Room)



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    4 People (2 Rooms)



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    Larger Group Pricing also available. Please contact us for more details. All tours are fully customisable.

    Day One -Ayrshire's Golf Coast

    Accommodation: Lochgreen House, Troon

    Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be met by a Private Chauffeur Scotland representative who will transfer you to Lochgreen House in Troon. The hotel is located in the Ayrshire countryside, where it enjoys scenic surroundings that consist of thirty acres of gorgeous forestry and pristine gardens. The hotel’s comfort and quality of service is revered just as much as its surroundings.


    Here you can take advantage of their excellent spa facilities to help you wind down from a long day of travelling. Their extensive range of spa services will perfectly prepare you for dinner, where you will dine in their exquisite three double AA Rosette restaurant. Considered as one of Ayrshire’s most reputable restaurants, the prestige of AA Rosette is exemplified through their award-winning chefs Bill and Andrew Costley.


    Day Two - Turnberry, Ailsa

    Accommodation: Lochgreen House, Troon

    Golf Course – Turnberry, Ailsa

    Once you have awakened, arisen and assuaged your hunger with a relaxing breakfast, you will be escorted to Trump Turnberry to play Turnberry AilsaHaving hosted four Open Championships, the Ailsa course is perceived to be one of the most scenic golf courses in the world. Here you will be able to enjoy a challenging round of golf that also provides you with remarkable views over the Isle of Arran, Kintyre and Mull. Marking the birthplace of Scottish legend Robert the Bruce, Bruce’s Castle is the signature hole. Soak in the scenery, embrace the history and enjoy your round of golf in one of the finest resorts in the world.


    Day Three - Royal Troon

    Accommodation: Old Course Hotel St Andrews

    Golf Course – Royal Troon

    Once you have appeased your appetite with your morning breakfast, your Private Chauffeur Scotland transfer will be waiting to escort you to the Royal Troon Golf Club. Having hosted the Open Championships nine times, it is one of Scotland’s most prestigious golf courses, that offers a challenging round of golf.  The Postage Stamp is the course’s signature hole, which interestingly is the shortest par three in Open Golf. Royal Troon prides itself on the simplicity of its golf course, a near flat links that sits next to a strand beach with some gorse.

    Once you have conquered the fairways and enjoyed the clubhouse luxuries, you will be escorted to The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, where you will be spending the night.

    Day Four - St Andrews Old Course (Ballot)

    Accommodation: Old Course Hotel, St Andrews

    Golf Course – The Old Course (Ballot Entry Only)

    The Old Course Hotel commands one of the most iconic views in the golfing world and sits adjacently to the revered Royal & Ancient Golf Club.  Steeped with history, the Old Course Hotel combines both classical and modern design that is enlivened by old black and white golfing photographs.   Its breathtaking views over the Old Course obliges many guests to enjoy a cold beverage and soak in the scenery, as golfers slowly leave the course and horses canter along the beach. Be prepared to be mesmerised.

    The archaic Royal and Ancient Clubhouse is arguably the oldest and most prestigious golf course in the world.  Quite uniquely, the main body of the course has been mainly defined by mother nature, and only quite recently have humans altered its features. Its smooth and mesmorising fairways, pristine greens, endearing burns and fantastic surrounding views make it exactly how ‘The Home of Golf’ should look like.

    You will be entered in to a Ballot in order to obtain tee times for The Old Course.
    ‘The St Andrews Old Course Ballot is drawn two days ahead of play with the exception of Friday as there is no play on the Old Course on Sundays. For example, if you wish to enter the ballot for a tee time on Wednesday, you would apply on the Monday. If you wish to enter the ballot for a tee time on a Monday, you would apply on a Saturday’.

    To enter the ballot, you must supply us with your: home golf clubs and handicaps (Maximum of 24 for men and 36 for ladies). A minimum of two and a maximum of four golfers can enter the Old Course Ballot.
    The deadline for entering the ballot is 2:00pm and the results are usually available by 4:00pm.

    In the event that you are unsuccessful we will make arrangements for you to play The Castle Course, St Andrews.

    Day Five - Carnoustie

    After breakfast you will be escorted by your Private Chauffeur Scotland driver to Carnoustie Golf Links, where you will play in what is regarded as one of the UK’s most challenging golf courses. Eight Open Championships have been played here, with a number of dramatic moments occurring over this historic links. Arguably the most notorious incident was Jean Van De Velde’s calamity on the last day of the 1999 Open Championship. Despite having a convincing lead in the tournament, he squandered his advantage by getting a triple bogey, which ultimately lost him the Open. Even for the most skilful of golfer, Carnoustie is a difficult course where streams, bunkers and punishing rough will test every swing of the club.

    After your round at Carnoustie, you will be escorted to Greywalls Hotel which is situated by Muirfield Golf Course.  Built in 1901, Greywalls spoils guests with wondrous views over Muirfield’s famous 9th and 18th greens. This Edwardian building’s original purpose was as a ‘dignified holiday home,’ for its owners. This same characteristic means that it performs well for its modern guests. The hotel is guarded by a traditional manicured garden and exhibits a discreetly luxurious and unashamedly traditional personality, making it incredibly easy to fall in love with this Edwardian beauty.


    Day Six - Muirfield

    Accommodation: Greywalls Hotel

    Golf Course – Muirfield

    Coming to the end of your trip, your last day is promised to bring experiences that will live long in the memory. You will begin the day with a short walk from Greywalls Hotel to one of Scotland’s most prestigious golf courses, Muirfield. Having a relationship with the Open Championships that dates back to 1892, Muirfield has an enriched history by accommodating the Open Championships 16 times. The course layout resembles two concentric circles and is considered a classic masterpiece.

    The course’s concentric layout exposes it to attacks from the wind at all angles, forcing golfers to hone their skills and battle through the challenges laid in front of them by Mother Nature. Furthermore, Muirfield strikes a nice balance between traditional pot bunkers and ominous sand dunes, with clear views over the Firth of Forth, making it just as much a scenic experience.

    Greywalls is on your doorstep should you feel the need to put your feet up and rest in luxury for a bit but if you wish to explore further, then we recommend visiting the quant golfing town of Gullane, which is just down the road.


    Day Seven - Farewell

    Transport: Executive Vehicle, Merecedes V-Class (or similar), Private Driver Guide

    And so now is the time when your magical journey across Scotland comes to an end. We wish you all the best and hope that your adventure here will last long in the memory. The last part of the trip will involve your chauffeur escorting you to the airport, where you can say your final goodbyes.

    We hope that you have thoroughly enjoyed your time with us and look back fondly on your time here with Private Chauffeur Scotland.