Golf in the Scottish Highlands and Attend The 2014 Ryder Cup

PerryGolf has a proud history of over 20 years delivering innovative and successful programs to the Ryder Cup in Europe.  Previous Ryder Cups have included the fabled ocean liner QE2 to Valderrama in Spain in 1997 followed by a series of small ship charters that sailed the British Isles for links golf and sightseeing combined with attendance to the Matches. What’s next? The 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course, and this is one PerryGolf’s trip you don’t want to miss…

Castle Stuart Golf Links and Scottish Open Basics

PerryGolf clients in front of Castle Stuart ClubhouseThere’s a case, often made, that Royal Dornoch alone is worth a journey to the Highlands. It is of course but treasure hunting links golfers will be pleased now to find new loot at Castle Stuart.  Opened for play in July 2009 with instant honors from Golf Magazine as the “Best New International Course” of the year, Castle Stuart is the work of Americans Mark Parsinen (Kingsbarns) and Gil Hanse.

The Highlands of Scotland for Golf – Far more than a One Trick Pony

The 2013 Scottish Open at Castle Stuart shall enjoy one enviable footnote; it is the first regular European Tour event to be broadcasted on network television in the USA (on NBC). Doubtless this shall introduce many more golf fans to the wonderfully designed Castle Stuart which was opened in 2009. Castle Stuart is the creation of Mark Parsinen (who created Kingsbarns) and Gil Hanse (of Olympic Golf Course notoriety).

Scotland’s 4 Gold Star Meldrum House

Meldrum House

 

The Meldrum House is a fantastic country house style property located to the north west of Aberdeen, Scotland.  It’s in the ideal location if your next stop is the Dornoch / Castle Stuart / Nain region, as you’re already on the correct side of Aberdeen, while it’s a very handy base for the best courses in the Aberdeen area; being only 25-45 minutes drive from Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay and Trump International.

Royal Scotsman Introduces New Dining Car

The world renowned Royal Scotsman has presented a new dining cabin; the first newly-built carriage on the exclusive train since 1996.

The Royal Scotsman has been operating since 1985 and is the only train of its kind; taking passengers on a luxury tour of the Scottish Highlands.  For more details on the new addition, click here.