Travel to the spiritual home lands of golf!

Watch the world’s finest golfers compete in the Open championship at Royal St George, then compete in the fifth edition of the Gleneagles International ProAm followed by scintillating rounds at famous UK courses.

Make the pilgrimage to the spiritual home of golf and tick this one off the bucket list in style!

This annual premium golf tour is led by PGNZ’s Director of Golf and PGA Professional, Haldane Lee.

Taking bookings now for 2020 and also 2021 when the 150th anniversary of the Open will be held at St Andrews - secure your place on our tour now with a $5000 deposit.

 

2020 Tour Highlights

  • 14 Nights 15 Days

  • July 15th to 29th 2020

  • Fully guided tour by PGA professional, PGNZ Director of Golf and Scottish National Haldane Lee.

  • Predeparture golf clinic and tour overview plus "haggis" dinner evening with guide ( TBA subject to numbers & Own cost)

  • Premium Golf NZ Golf bag including personalised itinerary, tour shirt, cap, vouchers, UK country & course guide, golf tees, balls, markers and a mystery "bonus" also included!

  • 5 star accommodation

  • daily entry to the UK Open (tickets subject to availability)

  • Entry to the Gleneagles International Pro Am (2020 dates TBC)

  • Additional golf rounds at courses including Kingsbarn, St Andrews New Course and Carnoustie GC

Cost:

NZD $25000 per person, including flights. (subject to tour minimum numbers of 12 people).

Due to the unprecedented sell out of tickets to these events, the following conditions are in effect:

  • Pay in full before September 1st and receive a 10% discount.

  • Pay a 20% deposit before September 1st and the remaining full balance on January 31st

  • 50% deposit required after September 1st and balance on January 31st

  • Any bookings after January 31st require full payment and no discount given unless group booking of more than 10 golfers.

Enquire today for preferential discounted rates for a group booking of more than 10 (Based on two persons, twin or double share.)

Additional Activities:

This tour can be customised to include other courses, European golf regions and other desired activities. Enquire today to let us curate your personalised premium golf tour.

Itinerary:

Register below and receive the itinerary of this premium golf tour, including additional sightseeing activities.


Golf Courses

Kingsbarn Golf Links

Kingsbarn Golf Links is where the sea meets the land and traditional Scottish links golf is most apparent. Each hole "embraces the sea" and the course delivers a masterclass in golfing experience.

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St Andrews Castle Course

Overlooking St Andrews, the Castle Course opened in 2008 and became the seventh course at the Home of Golf. Set along a rugged cliff top, the views from the Par 71, 6759 yard course are mesmerizing and spectacular, making for a highly memorable golfing experience.

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St Andrews Old Course

The Old Course at St Andrews is where the story of golf began. The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world, it remains a public course, open to all golfers around the world. Highly recognisable features are the Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker.

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Carnoustie Golf Links

Carnoustie Golf Links, one of the ten courses used in the Open rotation, is a supreme course where golf has been played for the last four centuries. Rugged scenery, undulating landscapes and windswept grass all combine to create a wonderful place to visit.

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Gleneagles

Gleneagles is a magnificent country estate in the heart of Scotland full of heritage, prestige and modern elegance. Gleneagles has two distinct golf courses - the Kings and Queens course plus The PGA Centenary and The PGA National Academy Course. Gleneagles is a cut above the rest and any visit there will treat you to the finest in experiential international golf travel. The perfect place for an International ProAM

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Embrace golf heritage and stand on hallowed turf

Experience the best courses in the UK, the watch the Open live before competing in an international ProAM at the exqusite Gleneagles or playing at St Andrews, the home of golf!