We invite you to join us for an authentic Scottish sporting holiday. "It’s
much more than golf." Link to Golf and fishing the River Tay Slideshow
From your base at stately Balathie House Hotel, you can golf on St.
Andrews links, see the Royal and Ancient town and learn its history, fish
salmon in the famous River Tay, visit Scottish Castles, see how uisge-
batha (Scotland’s water of life - its whisky) is produced and sample a
dram or two, on-the-house . Take a train ride to Edinburgh, Scotland’s
Capital City, visit King Robert the Bruce’s Magnificent Edinburgh Castle,
shop elegant Princes street street stores, march to Pipe Bands, watch
brawny Scots throw the hammer, toss the caber, kilted dancers perform
the Highland fling and best of all taste Scotland’s best country fare, at
nearby village of Birnum's Highland Games.
There’s also plenty time for golf at Scotland’s best links under the watchful
eye of your tour director, David Paterson, PGA golf professional and Yale
University Golf Coach Emeritus who will help you play your best golf on
Scotland’s ancient links, catch a fish or two and keep you up-to-date on
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This is the classic Irish Golf Tour for first-time visitors as well as returning
golfing veterans. You will fly into Shannon on the west coast of Ireland at
dawn and make your way to Dooonbeg to play Greg Norman's Doonbeg.
The a short trip up the road to lahinch to play the championship course;
you can pause here to visit the Cliffs of Mohr before heading south to play
the best- known of all Irish course, the world - famous Ballybunion.
includes Tralee, an audacious dunes layout built by Arnold Palmer, Dooks,
a pleasant less exacting links but with magnificent scenery, then drive the
Ring of Kerry to play Waterville, a majestic links just past Caherciveen,
where you can buy the best Irish tweeds in the country. Killarney's Killeen
Course completes the tour, or spend an extra day and head south into
County Cork to play the dramatic, cliff-top Old Head Golf Links on a
peninsula jutting two miles into the Atlantic
You lodge in traditional Irish Country Hotels offering excellent country fare
in a pub setting, patronized by locals who willingly supply golf advice
during a chat over a pint of Guinness or Simthwick's, Ireland's oldest ale.
This is a rare opportunity for fathers, grandfathers, mothers and
grandmothers to play the famous St. Andrews links together with their
children or grandchildren, boys and girls, and learn the history of the Royal
& Ancient Game of golf as it grew to dominate a town with a history
reaching back to the Bronze Age and to the time of Roman legionaries. A
town once known as the ecclesiastical heart of Scotland’s Roman Church,
ruled by Bishops and visited for centuries by Kings and Queens is now
celebrated for golf.
Along with playing the great links, participants will visit St. Andrews
historical sites including the ruins of the 12 century Cathedral where the
great champions of golf, Auld Tom Morris and his son Tom Jr., winner of
five Open Championships, lie in the graveyard among the great Bishops.
Participants will visit the nearby British Golf Museum, founded in 1990,
which is an important resource for golf historians and displays a huge
collection of documents and implements related golf history and the
foundation of St. Andrews as the birthplace of golf. Historians claim golf
was played in St. Andrews earlier than the 1400s. Join us in the 'Auld Toon'
of St. Andrews for a very special week of golf accompanied by Coach
Paterson, Yale's distinguished Golf Coach Emeritus who will help bring
your game into shape on the Royal and Ancient links.
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This extraordinary 12-day golf and sightseeing adventure to New Zealand
offers you much more than golf. In addition to playing many of New
Zealand’s finest courses, from Auckland's scenic Gulf Harbour to the
latest Jacks Point Club in Queenstown with a backdrop of the Remarkable
Mountains, along the way you will visit New Zealand’s historic sites and
see, first- hand it’s magnificent countryside. Auckland, New Zealand’s
gateway city, portrays a green, clean image of forest and sea views and is
Dominated by Waitemata Harbor, Maori for “Sea of Sparkling Waters.” that
supports the New Zealander’s addiction to outdoor life.
You travel to Paihia in the Bay of Islands with sparkling beaches and
shimmering harbors, important as the place where Westernized New
Zealand came into to being with the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi
in1840. Then onto the great Lake Taupo, the largest freshwater lake in
Asia with gigantic trout and bubbling thermal pools and baths for your
relaxation. Finally Queenstown on a glacial lake beneath snow capped
peaks, the adventure capital of the country, with easy access to rivers,
lakes, ski fields and the glacial Fjordland National Park. You will see when
you fly onto the glaciers and sail the fiords to the farmland why New
Zealand is renowned for its beauty. Indeed there is much more than golf
on this adventure.
great weather besides. This tour begins in Sidney, a vibrant, cosmopolitan
city with a spectacular waterfront crowned by the sails of the Sidney Opera
House. A Sidney Harbour tour and a Performance of La Soiree at the
MacKenzies jewel, New South Wales Golf Club situated on the northern
headland of Botony Bay and the prestigeous Lakes Golf Club, a sandy
layout amidst Monteray pines is a prelude to the great Melbourne Sand
Yarra Yarra, with its historic red roofed clubhouse is first on the Melbourne
schedule followed by Australia's top course Royal Melbourne's West,
another MacKenzie layout and describe as the pinnacle of golf in Australia,
dated back to 1891 and host to many important event including 1998
Presidents Cup. A not-to-be missed 36-hole day starts with Kingston
Heath regarded by many as runner - up to Royal Melbourne as a test of
golf. After lunch another championship course, The Metropolitan Golf
Club, which Walter Hagen named the best club down-under. The tour
ends with the Classic Victoria Golf Club with bunkers galore and where
you will spend our final night and enjoy the club's finest hospitality. This
tour is all about golf and according to the Aussies, the best golf in the