2014 Golf Package Special Pricing: Offer Ends October 1!

Is it the courses or the horses?

What’s to like about a golf trip to the British Isles? Good choice if you say it’s the courses. We can recommend 80 – 90 – 100 clubs in Scotland, Ireland England and Wales each well worth a tee time. This abundance promises a quality golf experience with a range of pricing because you can confidently mix the more famous clubs with the less famous in countless combinations.

If it’s your horses, even better. Who’s not going to have the time of their lives over here playing links golf with friends and family?

We can preview the experience for you several ways. One of our experts can prepare a custom schedule. Or, you can price your trip yourself using our online calculator. You can also surf our collection of 2014 Special Value Tours where you’ll find scheduling ideas galore.

2014 bookings deposited by October 1 will take advantage of 2013 pricing.

© Photographs of the Old Course and Royal Liverpool are by Russell Kirk. © Old Head is by Aidan Bradley.


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College Golf in the British Isles


Coat, Ties and Foursomes: College Golf in the UK

TAP imageFor all the trans-Atlantic DNA we share with our British golfing brethren, it’s easy and, I daresay, somewhat natural to assume that college golf here in the U.S. is pretty much the same as it is over there. Not so. There’s a reason top players from the U.K. (and mainland Europe) come here to hone their games at American colleges and universities. Collegiate golf in … Read more


 

About the Author: Gordon Dalgleish is the Co-Founding Director of PerryGolf, the leading provider of international golf vacations. You can find him on Google+

Golfweek Modern Rankings in the British Isles

The January 1, 2010 issue of Golfweek magazine was on my desk this morning and it contains on page 85, rankings of modern (as defined as built 1960 or later) golf courses built in GB & I.

Rankings for me are a great source of discussion, but please do not take them too seriously. The interesting courses I noted were;

Castle Stuart #2 – for a course which opened 4 months before the end of the golf season in 2009 this is remarkable but speaks volumes to the course itself

Waterville #4 – always one of my favorites in Ireland. Tom Fazio did a fine job of improving the front side.

Castle Course (St. Andrews) #15 – it has been subjected to much criticism so great to see recognition

Machrahanish Dunes #21 – as above but more for maturity

Celtic Manor (Twenty Ten Course) – #19 – venue for 2010 Ryder Cup

K Club (Palmer Course) – #35 – venue for 2006 Ryder Cup

Gleneagles – (PGA Centenary Course) #38 – venue for 2014 Ryder Cup

Do you notice a theme?

Anyway, good stuff and ideal for endless conversation & analysis on a golf trip.
 

About the Author: Gordon Dalgleish is the Co-Founding Director of PerryGolf, the leading provider of international golf vacations. You can find him on Google+

Golf Buddies Trips

I am often asked about mt favorite course, both in the British Isles and elsewhere. Invariably I stumble and provide a vague answer as I not a favorites type of person, but rather for me, golf is about the people you are with. Three good friends at the local public course will be more satisfying than three unknowns at the best club in the area. Golf Digest have done a great job of sharing and writing about buddies golf trips over the year. The current installment can be read here.
 

About the Author: Gordon Dalgleish is the Co-Founding Director of PerryGolf, the leading provider of international golf vacations. You can find him on Google+