How Do You Organize a Group Golf Vacation in UK?

UK is the soul and source of golf in the pages of history. UK along with Ireland has the best of golf courses. The open venues of East Lothian, St. Andrews and Merseyside offer great packages which entertain golfing groups as well as couples. There are venues that have held the Ryder Cup, like K Club in Dublin, Belfry in England and Celtic Manor in Wales, which offer great deals for golfers. The big names in golf courses as well as the hidden gems, all of them are a true treasure for the golf lovers.

Scotland offers a good number of golf courses and is open for public. The Old Course including all of the clubs of the Links Trust in St. Andrews has the public entry allowed. Many marquee clubs allow only private member entry. They allow visitor entry only on some specific weekdays. The clubs in Scotland are clustered, which allow you to select the accommodation according to your golf club. Some of the top rated golf clubs include Trump Turnberry, Royal Troon, Western Gailes, Prestwick, Dundonald, The Machrie, Machrihanish Dunes etc. They all can be reached by a short flight or a speedy ferry. You should also plan a short trip to the remote area locales like the Isle of Islay and the Kintyre Peninsula. These places are an add-on to the career of a Scotland golfer.

On the eastern coast, there are seven courses in St. Andrews- the Old Course, the New Course and the Castle Course. The Kingsbarns is a highly respected course, just seven miles in the south. The Kittocks along with The Torrance are also a must visit for the passionate golfer. Gleneagles hotel is the renowned for being the world’s most admired golf resorts. It was also a host to Jack Nicklaus’ and James Braid’s finest works. The Scottish highlands are marked by Royal Dornoch and a relatively new Castle Stuart. Some of the hidden gems of Scottish golf include Nairn, Brora, Dunbar, Tain and Moray. At a two hour distance of the south of St. Andrews is the city of East Lothian, which offers assortment of golf clubs like Muirfield,  North Berwick,  Cragielaw and Dunbar. They all hail their history from the roots of the glorious game.

There are thousands of golf courses in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland which give the world a chill in the blood. From cliff tops and links to parklands and heath lands- a golfer can be satiated well in the country. In addition, the top class budget accommodations are an add-on to a lovely golf vacation.

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Review green fees and other expenses not included in your golf holiday package. You want to make sure there are no hidden fees or surprises that could make your trip a bust.

Make plans flexible. Be open to doing other activities besides golf. Make the most of your time on the course and be considerate of other golfers.

Have a list of must-pack items created before you pack. You can get this information from other golfers you know that have taken a similar holiday. You can also review this information through trusted golf publications offering travel tips. You will also want to learn about how to take items you will use on the course such as golf clubs. You could have them sent ahead to your destination before your arrival.

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