PerryGolf’s Concierge Drivers play an essential part in any Customized or Escorted Tour. They fill many roles during your trip abroad – from recommending restaurants to sharing nuggets of local history and culture while also making certain every part of the Tour from the airport to the hotel to the first tee runs smoothly on schedule. This post is the first in an ongoing series, during which we’ll profile the devoted, diligent Concierge Drivers who help PerryGolf guests, Play the Game. See the World.
One of Neil Cruickshank’s first encounters with golf occurred in 1977 at Turnberry.
NEW! We are excited to inform you of the newest addition to our PerryGolf Galleries – Old Head Golf Club. These incredible photographs have been taken by Aidan Bradley, a leading golf course photography specialist in the world.
Planning your next golf vacation to the UK and Ireland? You probably want to know whether you’ll be walking or riding each round of golf. Here’s a chart with the answers to this question at many of the more popular golf courses in the British Isles. Certainly exceptions have been made in some cases in the past, but this chart should serve as a guide to better understanding what you can expect your next golf vacation.
The British Open
The British Open, or “The Open Championship” as it is referred to officially, is the oldest of all four major championships in professional golf – The Masters, The US Open, The Open, and The PGA Championship. The Open Championship was first played on October 17, 1860 at Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland. While the other three majors are played in the United States, The Open is played outside the U.S. as it is administered by the R&A – the governing body of golf outside the U.S. and Mexico.
NEW! We are excited to inform you of the newest addition to our PerryGolf Galleries – The Old Course at St Andrews. These incredible photographs have been taken by Russell Kirk, a leading golf course photography specialist in the world.