The reputation we’ve earned over 31 years as one of the most respected providers of international golf tours is proudly presented now as one of the most respected providers of international golf cruises. To that note, for your next PerryGolf cruise here are 4 reasons you should book early… Read more “PerryGolf Cruising ~ 4 Reasons To Book Early”
Carnoustie Golf Links is a 45 minute drive north of St Andrews. Carnoustie’s Championship Course has hosted The Open Championship on seven occasions, most recently in 2007. It is set to host the 147th Open Championship in 2018. Read more “Carnoustie Golf Links, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland”
Prestwick Golf Club was founded in 1851 and lies adjacent to Royal Troon along a stretch of Scotland’s Ayrshire coastline that is as famous as any in the world for the game. Prestwick, the Birthplace of the Open Championship, attracts golfers from around the world to play its historic Links. Read more “Prestwick Golf Club, South Ayrshire, Scotland”
2019 British Open Returns to Northern Ireland
The news today that the 2019 Open Championship is returning to Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland after a nearly seven decade hiatus is terrific on a whole range of levels.
The following review was written by a client on board PerryGolf’s 2015 British Open Golf Cruise.
“A lifelong dream of ours was to play golf in Ireland and Scotland and to visit St Andrews. Our dream came true when we set sail on July 4th from Southampton, England on board the Azamara Quest for
PerryGolf’s signature golf cruise, “2015 British Open at St Andrews by Sea“… Read more “Bucket List PerryGolf Cruise – The Open at St Andrews by Sea”