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Sep 2025
16 tour members
14 rounds
Monty's tour update

Register your interest...we are working through costs which will be different based on double or twin share.

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Regards Monty

tour details
15 nights starting in Inverness, Scotland and ends  in Edinburgh, Scotland.

11 rounds of golf including the best of Scottish golf courses.

16 Tour group members

See brochure for more details
What's included


the courses
Royal Dornoch

Play the spellbinding Royal Dornoch, one of the finest championship courses in Scotland. It continues to mesmerise amateur and professional golfers alike making it a must for your Scottish itinerary. If time permits, you could visit Dunrobin Castle, home to the Dukes of Sutherland who once owned more land than anyone else in the British Empire! It is the largest and most impressive house in the Highlands.

Royal Aberdeen

Today you will play Royal Aberdeen, the 6th oldest golf club in the world. A true and traditional old Scottish links, it’s well bunkered and undulating fairways will test the very best amateur and professional golfer. After golf, you may enjoy a trip to Fyvie Castle which is located only 20 minutes north of Oldmeldrum and dates back to the 13thC.

Cruden Bay

Originally designed by Tom Morris of St Andrews it is often regarded as a ‘quirky’ masterpiece. After your round you have the option of playing St Olafs 9 hole wonder, a beautiful true links course at its best. Blind shots, a Scottish burn, vast sand dunes and spectacular panoramic views are all sure make this challenging course is a

Trump International

Trump International Links which occupies a spectacular 3 mile stretch of the North Sea coastline. All 18 holes thread their way through the great dunes, rising for views of the sea before plunging into sheltered valleys. Worthy of many major professional golf competitions in the future it is a golfing luxury and a must play!

St Andrews,
New Course

The New Course named such to differentiate it from its more illustrious neighbour and was designed and built in 1895 by Old Tom Morris making it the oldest ‘new’ course in the world!

St Andrews,
Old Course

Nothing else to and be part of history. Walk the fairways that champions have walked for centuries.


Travel approximately 50 minutes north across the River Tay to play on the challenging Open Championship Course at Carnoustie. Host of the 2018 Open, this is considered to be one of the toughest courses on the Open circuit. Try your best to avoid the perils of the Barry Burn which meanders through the course and can play havoc with your scorecard!

Elie Golf House Club

Elie, a charming traditional links course with incredible panoramic views. This links effortlessly combines undulating fairways with large, fast and firm greens.


This highly-acclaimed course is joint-host to the annual Dunhill Links Championship and hosted the Ricoh Women’s Open in 2017.

Dumbarnie Links

This long-awaited links opened in 2020 and boasts a mile and a half of sea frontage, with panoramic views over the Firth of Forth and 14 holes having views over the bay and the Firth of Forth.

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