• 5 star
  • 9 rounds
  • All transfers
  • Yes*
  • Mike Mosher
13 Days

Scotland & England Golf Tour

5.0 - Based on 4 travel reviews
For many golfers, a trip to the UK is a “rite of passage”. To play 7 of the Open Rota courses including the Old course makes it even more special! Scottish golf has an antiquated charm all of its own! Join us in July when the weather is at its warmest and the days are long!



5 Nights – The Vincent Hotel, Southport
3 Nights – Trump Turnberry, Ayrshire
5 Nights – Old Course Hotel, St Andrews



2.00pm Group Transfer To Southport
60 Mins Travel Time (or make your own way to the hotel)

Check-in: The Vincent Hotel 98 Lord Street, Southport, PR* 1JR
Centrally located in Southport, within a 10-minute walk from Southport Pier and Floral Hall, Southport Theatre and from Splash World. Quench your thirst at the bar/lounge or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s 24-hour room service. English breakfasts are served on weekdays from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM and on weekends from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.

Evening: 8.00pm—Tonight Mike Will Host Welcome Drinks And Dinner

Challenging championship course with undulating fairways, rolling dunes, heathland shoulders, and more often than not a steady sea breeze. See why this course hosts other major competitions and the R&A Amateur Championship.

Evening: By Own Arrangements


Walk the Path of Legends at one of the world’s premier links courses, host to eleven Open Championships, two Ryder Cups and numerous other major tournaments including The Women’s Open, The Senior Open, The Amateur Championship and The Walker Cup.

This seaside links course is unusually set amongst a Victorian housing estate, and occupies a limited piece of land, with red-brick houses in plain view. It’s the only major championship course to open with a par 3, yet the first four holes and last five are said to be amongst the trickiest in Britain.

Evening: By Own Arrangements


Possibly the finest of all courses in England, holding The Open Championship 10 times and the Ryder Cup in 1965 and 1968 between the USA and Great Britain.

It truly is a famous links and widely recognised for its fairness. If you hit the fairways, rarely will the ball be thrown off course. The greens were re-built prior to the 1998 Open and despite their youth, are extremely difficult to read. Royal Birkdale can be a torrid experience when the wind is up, with white horses kicking and rearing their heads in the Irish Sea, crashing like kamikazes onto the beach. In these conditions, many of the carries from tees to fairways into the prevailing wind can be too much for the average golfer. But whatever the weather, Royal Birkdale is a provocative place to play golf.

Evening: By Own Arrangement


Breakfast at your Hotel

The Royal Liverpool Golf Club links at Hoylake can be beautiful, uplifting, challenging, and even daunting when the wind really blows and the summer rough is deep. The course was created to be a demanding test of golf and remains so, and lies at the very heart of the history and development of the game in Great Britain.

Royal Liverpool is the oldest of all the English seaside Clubs with the exception of Westward Ho! in Devon, which was established just a few years earlier. Despite its at first glance flat and benign appearance, Hoylake makes the trickiest demands of a player’s shot selection, distance control and accuracy.

The Club celebrated its 150th birthday in 2019, a year which also saw the Walker Cup return to Hoylake, having made its last appearance in 1983. The Match was a wonderful addition to the celebrations of Royal Liverpool’s proud history and important role in the development of the amateur game.

Evening: By Own Arrangements


After breakfast transfer to Trump Turnberry Hotel (30 mins travel time)

Check-in: Trump Turnberry, Maidens Rd, Ayrshire KA26 9LT
Created in the grand style in the early years of the 20th century, Trump Turnberry Scotland is one of Scotland’s national treasures with recognition as a “Best Hotels in Europe” 2021 Gold Badge Winner.

As you approach the resort, the miles of glorious west coast of Scotland give way to the familiar soft green of the world famous golf courses, swiftly followed by your first glimpse of the unmistakable red roofs of this Edwardian era hotel.

True to its history, the pace of life here is unhurried. Welcoming staff greet travellers with traditional Scottish hospitality and quiet but attentive service. In the distance the glowering silhouette of Ailsa Craig, and every day a lone piper who breaks the afternoon calm; it’s easy to believe that Turnberry exists for you alone.

Evening: By Own Arrangements


The course is a traditional monument, an authentic affair with a layout of holes that snake to and fro through rugged dunes and rippled fairways. There are numerous blind holed and cavernous sleepered bunkers with wooden steps to take you down to the bottom. The greens are notoriously firm and fast—some are hidden in hollows whilst others are perched on raised plateaux. The majority are quite small and all of them have wicked borrows to negotiate.

One of Prestwick’s great strengths is the quality and variety of holes. The 1st is one of the most intimidating holes in golf, a par four called “Railway”…..There are so many great things to say about Prestwick. The best thing to do is to play the course and judge it for yourself.

Evening: By Own Arrangements

The Birthplace of the Open Championship

“The fact that Prestwick was the original site for the Open Championship simply confirms the history of the club and its place as one of the best golf experiences in the world” Ernie Els


The Ailsa course at the Turnberry Resort is probably the most scenic Open Championship golf course. Turnberry was the last venue to be added to the Open Championship rotation. It may have hosted only four Opens but it has become a firm favourite.

Situated on a craggy headland overlooking the small granite island of Ailsa Craig in the Firth of Clyde, with superb views across to the Mull of Kintyre and the Isle of Arran, the course is located in an ideal spot for playing golf.

Essentially, the Ailsa’s an out-and-back layout with the prevailing wind usually at your back for the outward nine. The stretch of holes from the 4th to the 11th is thrilling and the scenery breathtaking. The par three 9th begins a genuinely world-class sequence of three holes laid out along the water’s edge where the tee shot at #9 plays across the bay at Turnberry Point to a green beside the lighthouse which serves as a fabulous halfway house grill.

Evening: By Own Arrangements


Transfer To Old Course Hotel, St Andrews

180 mins travel time

Check-in: Old Course Hotel, St. Andrews
Old Station Rd, St Andrews KY16 9SP

Renowned as Scotland’s home of golf, the historic hotel is set on the most iconic golf course in the world – The Old Course – overlooking the 17th Road Hole and next to golf’s most famous bridge, Swilcan Bridge. The Old Course Hotel St Andrews has the Kohler Waters Spa, which offers luxury spa treatments, a relaxation area and a rooftop hot tub.

The refurbished bedrooms at Old Course have sumptuous décor and modern bathrooms with designer toiletries. With original character, rooms also feature flat-screen TVs and fluffy bathrobes. Free Wi-Fi is included.

With 3 AA-Rosettes, Road Hole Restaurant offers fine dining and over 200 whiskies. Sands Grill serves fresh seafood in informal surroundings, and there is also a traditional pub and bar. Situated in scenic St Andrews, Old Course Hotel is just metres from the rugged Scottish coastline and North Sea.

Evening: Welcome Dinner At Old Course Hotel


The oldest ‘new’ course in the world, the second course at the Home of Golf was built by the Keeper of the Green, Tom Morris in 1895 and it was imaginatively named to differentiate from its famous neighbour. Boasting undulating fairways and challenging greens, the New Course is a classic test of links golf.

The third championship course at the Home of Golf, the Jubilee is considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links. Built in 1897, it was originally intended for use by ladies and beginners; however, after seeing its prime golfing location between the New Course and the sea, the Jubilee was converted to a championship layout in 1988.

“The Home of Golf” at St Andrews is the only venue in Britain that can lay claim to having seven courses in its portfolio and the Jubilee, the 3rd oldest course at St Andrews, is perhaps the most underrated of them all.

Course allocation will be confirmed prior to day of play.

Evening: By Own Arrangements


The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world. The Home of Golf, where the game was first played 600 years ago.

It goes without saying that every golfer should play this course at least once, preferably multiple times. It sends shivers down the spine when the starter announces your name, setting those first nerves jangling. Oozing familiarity with names like the Swilcan Burn, the bridge over the burn —thought to have been built by the Romans — and the Valley of the Sin.

There are many memorable holes on the Old Course, but one in particular, the 17th, the Road Hole, is probably the most famous hole in the world! You will definitely remember the Old Course experience for the rest of your life. Rarely is the Old course ranked outside the top ten because it’s a very special links, designed by Mother Nature.

Evening: By Own Arrangements

“I fell in love with it the first day I played it. There’s just no other golf course that is even remotely close”
Jack Nicklaus, Open Champion 1970, 1978


Carnoustie’s Championship is one of the courses that every golfer in the world wants to play. Voted the World’s Best Golf Course in 2019, venue for eight Open Championships and two Women’s Opens, Carnoustie is undoubtedly one of, if not the most, memorable golf courses that you’ll ever play, not just in Scotland but in all of golf.

This bucket list venue, also known as the toughest venue on The Open rota, is a course that challenges each person who visits and is rightly known as Golf’s Greatest Test. It will make you think on every shot, there’s no escaping the course once you’ve started, one of the beauties of Carnoustie is the way in which it grabs hold of you, immerses you in the landscape and takes you on a journey. That deep breath that’s taken on the first just before teeing off is only exhaled on stepping off at the 18th.

As you journey around the course, you will understand its charm as a golfing venue, vistas from the tees and fairways which confound, temp and please you. Culminating in the last four holes better known as the finest finish in golf anywhere in the world.

This is Scottish links golf at its absolute best!

Evening: By Own Arrangements


Return transfers to Kingsbarns Golf Course Our passion is to host you for a memorable round of traditional Scottish links golf. “Embracing the Sea” is the course motto, and indeed Kingsbarns Golf Links is also unrivaled for beauty not just in Scotland but anywhere, as each and every hole at Kingsbarns is in sight of the North Sea. What’s more it has its own burn (the Cambo), which was uncovered during all the earth moving.

The terrain is perfect for golf, rippling fairways, humps and hollows. Kingsbarns Golf Links offers dramatic drives over spectacular corners of the sea with quintessential Scottish bunkers guarding the fairways and fantastically undulating greens offering a last line of defense.

Rarely does a golf course debut in the world top-100 rankings, and rarer still does one open up in the top 50! But this is exactly what has happened at Kingsbarns Golf Links, a modern classic built by Kyle Phillips. It’s one of only a few true links courses to be built recently along Scotland’s coastline, so it is just as well that this course is a cracker and deserves its status as one of the greatest links courses in the world!

Evening: Presentation Dinner And Drinks In Tom Morris Bar And Grill

DAY 14 :
Tour Over

Breakfast at your hotel & Check Out of Hotel.

9am— Group Transfer To Edinburgh International Airport.





    Client Reviews

    - Based on 4 travel reviews
    Very Good
    1. Mike and the Teed Up team really delivered on this trip
      By Mark Nicholson
      from Australia
      July 31, 2022
      Well with Cam Smith winning The Open, Mike and the Teed-Up team really delivered upon this trip. A terrific group of like-minded souls from across Oz who got to enjoy some Open rota courses with great weather, chaperoning and insight from the irrepressible Mike Moscher. Thanks guys - look forward to the next trip.
    2. Travelling golfer, don't look passed this trip
      By Trev Sumner - Noosa Heads
      from Australia
      September 20, 2021
      Enjoyed one of my best golfing experiences with Teed Up on the England/Scotland rota tour. The British open courses selected along with Prestwick and Kingsbarns were far above my expectation. For the travelling golfer don’t look past this trip you will enjoy fantastic courses, great company, and hospitality.
    3. You always find people on Teed Up tours that are fun to be with
      By David Wills - Elanora Country Club
      from Australia
      September 9, 2021
      An excellent trip to the British Open 2022, especially when we had an Australian winner. We played 6 courses plus attended the Open at St Andrews. As each of the first 5 courses (Holyoke, Lythum & St Annes, Birkdale, Turnberry and Royal Troon) we played are (or have been) on the Open Rota, they were full of history and a treat to play. We certainly got a feel for the challenges they provide even if we didn't have to play the "tiger tees" which would have been a stretch too far for we ageing warriors! You always find people on Teed Up tours that are fun to be with and are like minded with regards to golf expectations, life and travel. There was never a cross word exchanged on our tour and everyone joined in the activities. That said there was always time to "be alone" if that was your wish. A very enjoyable trip and we met some extremely nice people.
    4. The Open rota was finally a reality
      By Geoff Curran - Patterson River & Horsham Golf Clubs
      from Australia
      September 14, 2020
      After a two-year hiatus The Open rota tour was finally a reality. A great eclectic group brilliantly hosted by Sandy. A bucket list item for sure, particularly negotiating The Old Course with all the infrastructure in place just a week after Cameron Smith’s triumph. And the odds of two blokes in the same group on the same hole scoring an eagle are?

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    • Thirteen Nights’ accommodation: 5 Nights 4*The Vincent Hotel, Southport; 3 Nights 5* Trump Turnberry Hotel; 5 Nights 5* Old Course Hotel, St Andrews
    • 10 Rounds of Championship Golf: Southport & Ainsdale (afternoon warm-up round), Royal Lytham, Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool, Prestwick GC, Trump Turnberry Ailsa, St Andrews New or Jubilee, St Andrews Old Course (guaranteed tee times), Carnoustie G Links, Kingsbarns G Links
    • Pull Trolleys at each round ***Please note golf courses in Scotland are mainly walking courses. Generally buggies (Carts) can only be requested for golfers who have a Medical Certificate or in some cases, buggies can be requested for disabled golfers.
    • Full Scottish Breakfast Daily
    • Manchester Airport Arrival & Departure Transfers from Edinburgh Intl Airport
    • Group Golf/Sightseeing/Hotel transfers
    • Welcome Dinner and Drinks
    • Clubhouse lunches on four days in St Andrews (£25 GBP per person allowance)
    • Dinner in Old Course / Rusacks Hotel (£85 GBP per person allowance)
    • Farewell Presentation Dinner and Drinks / Tom Morris Bar & Grill, Links Clubhouse
    • Shuttle Transfers to and from New / Jubilee and Old Course
    • Souvenir Photo Book of Golfers playing Old Couse (mailed afterwards)
    • Escorted by Teed Up’s Mike Mosher
    • Flights
    • Motorised Carts—All Courses
    • Caddie Fees—Caddies can be requested at every course
    • All other meals not stated in the itinerary
    • Travel Insurance
    • Personal Expenses and Gratuities

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    July 6, 2024 - July 18, 2024

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    Scotland & England Golf Tour

    This tour is the “ultimate bucket list” golf trip for the passionate golfer.