Home of Golf

Scotland. Oh yeah.
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Home of Golf.

Oh yes, oh yes. Ooh yes.

Golf shall be played where it is supposed yo to be played.
On the links of Scotland. Go with Mr Lob and play courses like St Andrews Old Course and New Course, Carnoustie, Royal Aberdeen, Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Cruden Bay, Kingsbarns and St Andrews Bay.

We leave from Bangkok in the beginning of june and return 13 days later, full of golf experiences and wonderful memories.

Maybe this proposed schedule can get you interested?

Day 1 - fly out from Bangkok

Day 2 arrival UK, travel to St Andrews (as extra we can maybe manage a round on an Open Qualifier links like Lundin or Leven Links.

Day 3 one of the St Andrews courses (which one depends on how we can get the bookings done) like Old Course, New Course, Kingsbarns or St Andrews Bay.

Day 4 we go to Carnoustie to meet the devil. This is the toughest (and best) course I have played, every shot has to be well planned and even better executed. (In 2007 the Open Championship will be played which maybe make it impossible to get tee times).

Day 5, hit the road for Inverness, on the way up we play Royal Aberdeen, one of the original and most typical links courses. We continue to Inverness where we will stay for some nights.

Day 6 is an early bird for Royal Dornoch, a true gem, among the most beautiful courses in the world. Also of course, classic links, 9 holes out and 9 back.

Day 7 we play Nairn and go to visit a whisky distillery in the area of Inverness. Nairn is a links course where you can hit your tee-shot on the first 5 into the North Sea, beware. So the whisky distillery will be after the golf.

Day 8 is back south, on the way we play Cruden Bay, one of the oldest links courses in the world.
In the evening we arrive back to St Andrews.

Day 9, 10 and 11. We play the classic links courses of St Andrews. Old, New, Jubilee, St Andrews Bay, Kingsbarns, Crail or Elie, whichever is available and suits us best.

Day 12 Departure in the evening from UK. Back in Bangkok on the morning of day 13.
Tired, happy and full of respect for golf itself.

Booking or questions?


Handicap certificate of no less than hcp 24.
Mr Lobs rules and etiquette course (included in trip fee).

Nice to bring along

Mr Lobs lessons in "useful shots for links courses".
Good, really good, weatherproofs.

Booking, questions???
Call Mr Lob,
+66 (0) 896 48 4340 , and you will get to know more.