While standing on the first tee at the Old Course you glance down the first fairway. Quickly your eyes draw back to your golf ball. A grin hits your face like a splash of cold water as you feel a slight turning in your stomach. The feeling in your stomach subsides but a bead of sweat drops from your forehead and splashes down onto the “T” of your Titliest golf ball. You’ve been told by a few of your golfing partners what it’s like to stand on the first tee of golf’s most holey landscape but to experience the best Scotland golf package is nothing like the stories you’ve heard.
These feelings continue as you continue to play the best golf courses in Scotland. You’re appreciation for the game and where it comes from grows. All that you’ve learnt from your Peerless golf coach starts to be applied and suddenly every blade of grass seems larger and magnified as you become more aware of your surrounding environment. You draw yourself into the present moment and soon forget about the stresses of deadlines at work, the uncertainty of the economy and the useless swing thoughts that have been detrimental to your game for so long. For this is to play exceptional golf with peace of mind!
Have you always dreamed on playing the Old Course at St. Andrews?
Do you want to know if the Lochside monster really exists?
Do you finally want to play the best golf courses in Scotland?
If you’ve answered yes to one or all of those questions then you’ve we can make that happen for you!
Normally we choose destinations that offer a lot more than great golf but we have to be honest, golf is what Scotland is known for. With that said we’ll surely embrace the local culture of Scotland and their many fine pubs. They’re two fantastic regions for golf in Scotland, first being the Kingdom of Fife and the Highlands.
The Kingdom of Fire is located in the southeast region and home to St. Andrews seven courses, Carnoustie, Glenagles (Ryder Cup host in 2014) and newcomer Kingsbarns. All are in close vicinity so you won’t have to change accommodations or drive far to reach the course.
Most choose the Kingdom of Fire for its great golf but the Highlands isn’t far behind. Castle Stuart has opened to rave reviews joining Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Cruden Bay as worthy opponents to the Kingdom of Fife courses.
No matter what region you choose, you will enjoy the vast fairways, large greens, unforeseen hazards and quirky bounces that make up links golf. Scotland surely is a destination to cross off your Bucket List so why not make it happen and take advantage of the Peerless Golf coaching experience in the process. You’ll return home with a clear mind and a personal lifetime coach to help when you any questions about your golf game arise.
With or without the Peerless Golf coaching experience, take the first step to striking Scotland off your Bucket List by contacting us for a free consultation.
We look forward to making this the top Scotland Golf Package you can ever imagine.