26 July - 6 August 2020

2020 English & Scottish Open Tour

We love coming up with true bucket-list tours. This is without a doubt one of the best bucket-list tours we have ever done – it will give you a chance to test your ability on these famous Open Courses, just like the professionals!

We start in England at Liverpool and play Royal Birkdale (#38 in World) and move onto Royal Lytham (#54 in World). We end our time in Liverpool by playing Royal Liverpool. We then head to St Andrews in Scotland where we will play Carnoustie (#26 in World), Kingsbarns (#42 in World), and the Old Course at St Andrews (#5 in World) with a guaranteed tee time (we can hold tee times until July 31 2019 after this it will be subject to availability) and your own caddy to ensure you have the best day possible. We then finish the trip with a visit to the beautiful Turnberry Resort, where we will play Royal Troon, Turnberry and the very underrated Western Gailes.

We’ll be staying in the best hotels, as close as possible to the courses. We will travel around each day in a luxury Mercedes VIP touring coach with large leather reclining seats, radio, two monitors, large fridge, ice bucket, drinks machine, jacket storage and plenty of luggage space. We will have our own personal concierge driver throughout your stay. In addition to driving you safely, they will also take care of your golf equipment each day at the courses and assist you on arrival at hotels with your luggage.

Teed Up’s cofounder and PGA professional Mike Mosher has taken tours to Scotland since 2009 and will again be leading this special trip! This tour has limited capacity, so please book as soon as possible.

To easily book this tour online, go to our secure booking site at: http://bit.ly/RotaTour2020


9 games of amazing golf at:

  • Royal Lytham & St Anne’s
  • Royal Liverpool
  • Royal Birkdale
  • Fairmont St Andrews
  • Old Course of St. Andrews
  • Kingsbarns
  • Western Gailes
  • Royal Troon
  • Ailsa Course

11 nights luxury accommodation at:

  • The Vincent Hotel
  • Fairmont St Andrews
  • Trump Turnberry

Tour inclusions:

  • 11 cooked breakfasts
  • Welcome dinner
  • Presentation dinner
  • Daily and overall prizes
  • Luxury transfers in Mercedes VIP coach


July 26, 2020

Arrival: Manchester Airport


4pm – There will be a group transfer from Manchester Airport to the Vincent Hotel. Alternatively, you can make your own way to the hotel. Let us know if you need extra nights before the tour starts. Journey to your hotel takes 1 hour.


Overnight: The Vincent Hotel (6 V Studio Room)


Situated on Lord Street, Southport’s Parisienne Boulevard, The Vincent takes comfort and personal service to new heights – all within a fresh, stylish and contemporary interior. A boutique hotel with 60 guest studios, residences and penthouses, a destination V-Deli, the V-Spa and V-Gym, and the V-Galleria Suites for weddings and corporate events. The guest rooms at the Vincent are cool and stylish. Sink into the ultra-comfortable beds and surround yourself with specially selected Frette cotton sheets. State-of-the-art technology is everywhere, with high-speed internet access, wall-mounted HD-LCD TV’s, workstations, iPod connectors, fully comprehensive free MP3 collection with over 5,000 titles and the latest pay-per-view blockbuster movies.

July 27, 2020

Royal Lytham & St Anne’s


Transfer time: 1 hour and 10 minutes


Play Royal Lytham & St Anne’s is arguably the toughest of England’s championship links courses. Unusual for British links, it does not sit beside the sea. Its main defense is the vast number of deep bunkers guarding both the fairways, as well as the greens. It enjoys a very special atmosphere. It was here in 1926 when Bobby Jones won the British Open Championship. His legendary shot to the 17th green is commemorated by a plaque.

uly 28, 2020

Royal Liverpool


Golf today on Royal Liverpool. Recently returned to the British Open rota as the venue for the 2006 Championship, and hosted again in 2014. Despite its somewhat flat and benign appearance, Royal Liverpool is among the toughest and most demanding of the great seaside championship links of Britain. Hoylake, as it is more commonly known, lies at the very heart of the history and development of golf in Britain. Built in 1869, on what was then the race course of the Liverpool Hunt Club, Hoylake is one of the oldest English seaside courses.


*We can arrange a tour of Anfield before or after your round today. Details and prices in due course.

13th October

Royal Birkdale


Golf on Royal Birkdale provides a formidable test of links golf and fully deserves its recognition as a true venue for the Open Championship. Each hole runs in valleys between towering sandhills. The problems are clearly stated – if you stray from the fairway, the buckthorn and scrub can be demanding. It’s consistently ranked as the finest links course in England.

July 30, 2020

Fairmont St Andrews


Journey to your chosen hotel: 5 hours and 30 minutes


Overnight: Fairmont St Andrews (Deluxe Sea View Room)


Fairmont St Andrews is located on the outskirts of St. Andrews, on the road to Crail. Sitting on the summit of a spectacular cliff formation, the hotel and its two championship golf courses have breathtaking panoramic views of the River Tay estuary, the North Sea, the Fife countryside and the medieval skyline of St Andrews. This international resort opened in the spring of 2001 and was then taken over by Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, providing an excellent standard of service and a meticulous attention to detail. In addition to the two excellent golf courses on site, you may enjoy the Spa, a haven of peace and tranquillity. Enjoy a few easy lengths of the 18-metre pool, and relax in our Jacuzzi, sauna or steam room. Included in your rate is full Wi-Fi internet access in the public rooms and guest bedrooms.

July 31, 2020

Old Course of St. Andrews



Today, challenge the Old Course of St. Andrews, the “Home of Golf.” The Old Course has played host to the greatest golfers in the world and produced many of golf’s dramatic moments. Wide double fairways, seven extensive double greens, and a multitude of intimidating bunkers are just some of the unique features you will encounter. Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods each hoisted the Claret Jug on two occasions here. Bobby Jones claimed the Open Championship here as well. Negotiating the Valley of Sin at the short par 4 18th always makes for a tasty finish.

August 1, 2020



Today, play Kingsbarns. Its historical origins date back to 1793. Its sandy, links land soils are the basis for this heritage, and produce the fine-bladed fescues which are the cornerstone of fast and firm playing surfaces that characterise links golf. Designed by Kyle Phillips and opened anew in 2000, its rebirth has been shared with golfers from near and far with outstanding reviews. The links features spacious rolling fairways, large greens, and exceptional sea views on every hole. It’s a challenging yet enjoyable champion-standard traditional Scottish links course.

August 2, 2020



Today, play Carnoustie. With its thick rough and devilish bunkers, Carnoustie is known as one of the world’s most challenging links courses and considered by many to be the most challenging of all Open venues. While the links is relatively flat it is exposed to the elements, a combination of length and accuracy are required from the tee to avoid the clever placement of the fairway bunkers. Approach shots demand precision to greens heavily guarded by steep bunkers and burns. It’s arguably the toughest and most memorable finishing holes in championship golf. A state-of-the-art clubhouse facility was completed in time for the 2018 Open Championship, containing seven Foresight simulators and the excellent Rookery.

August 3, 2020

Western Gailes


Transfer from St Andrews to Western Gailes GC: 2 hours and 40 minutes


Play today at Western Gailes, rated by many visitors to Scotland as its finest “unknown,” and perhaps its most enjoyable. The course relies on natural defenses created by the sand dunes and wind. It’s a traditional links layout that plays in a loop with its toughest stretch along the banks of the dunes that generally plays into the prevailing wind.


Hotel accommodation: Trump Turnberry


The world-renowned Trump Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort, overlooks Scotland’s South West Ayrshire coast. Contained within 360 acres, this luxury hotel, golf and leisure resort has few equals in the world. Turnberry’s spectacular Ailsa course was chosen for The Open in 1977, 1986, 1994 and 2009. The Hotel was built at the turn of the century and underwent a complete renovation, restoration and remodeling of all guestrooms, suites, corridors, restaurants and public spaces that was completed in June 2016. The famous Ailsa Course was also overhauled with significant changes made to the links, including incredible improvements from holes 9 to 11. The changes are set to further enhance its reputation as one of the finest links courses in the world. Turnberry has a lavish spa, with indoor and outdoor amenities, which reopened in 2017. Nearby are riding stables, sea and river fishing, rough shooting, stalking, and trap shooting.

August 4, 2020

Royal Troon


Today, play Royal Troon. It’s a nine-time venue of the British Open, the course most recently hosted The Open in 2016. It’s consistently praised for its testing but fair set-up. A long and demanding links, Troon unusually boasts both the longest and the shortest holes in Open Championship golf, being the Postage Stamp 8th at 126 yards, and the 6th at 577 yards 6th named Turnberry.

August 5, 2020

Ailsa Course


Play the Ailsa Course at Turnberry. The course has undergone a re-development and re-opened with a stunning new layout in June 2016, lying on a spectacular curve of rock-bound coast in the southern reaches of Ayrshire. The course now makes the most of the coastal scenery, especially from the 4th through the 11th, passing the famous landmark lighthouse at the turn, which is now a stunning halfway house. This is a demanding links course, and an ever-present wind will make for a tough examination of your golfing skills. In 2009, the Ailsa Course hosted the Open Championship for the 4th time when golfing legend Tom Watson lost out to Stewart Cink in a playoff for the Claret Jug.

August 6, 2020

Depart the United Kingdom from Glasgow Airport