Bring you clubs to 2013 British Open at Muirfield for ultimate golf trip
We call it the British Open, but most of the world simply refers to it as the Open. Whatever you call it, a trip to Great Britain to watch the oldest major should be on every avid golfer’s bucket list.
How would you make it better? By bringing your golf clubs, of course, and teeing up yourself.
Fortunately, this dream golf week is possible. You can make your reservations right now for a special golf package to see the 2013 British Open at Muirfield in Scotland, and play a bunch of great courses in the area (including a guaranteed tee time on the Old Course!) to go along with it.
The July 19-26, 2013 package includes transfers and admission passes for the final two days of the British Open at Muirfield (July 20-21); three nights at the Apex Waterloo Place, four nights in either the Old Course Hotel in St. Andrews, the Fairmont St. Andrews or Rusacks Hotel; full Scottish breakfasts; a guaranteed round on the Old Course at St. Andrews, plus a round on Kingsbarns or Carnoustie and one on the New and Castle Courses of the St. Andrews Links Trust; dinners; driving range privileges; a souvenir photograph taken on the first tee of the Old Course; and official souvenir merchandise.
If you’ve played links golf, you know how good this is. If you’ve never played links golf, you’ve been missing out. There’s nothing like it.
Plus, there’s nothing like the charm of the old seaside town of St Andrews, East Lothian or Edinburgh, where our trip begins.
Muirfield, of course, is one of the great golf venues of the world, laid out by Old Tom Morris in 1891. The Old Course is the Old Course, and it should be on every golfer’s bucket list. I finally got to play the Old Course last year, and it was everything I hoped and more. And then there’s the new and the old in Kingsbarns and Carnoustie, both incredibly terrific plays.
Booking your package is easy, and you can book a spot for a non-golfer partner as well if you like.
For more information or to book, simply click here.
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