Wednesday 13th – Monday 18th July 2022
Our five night golf inclusive packages are based either at the 4* Apex City Quay hotel in Dundee, or at the wonderful 5* Gleneagles Hotel.
By combining rounds of golf on a range of world class golf courses with tickets to the 150th Open at St. Andrews, we have created two different packages which will make for a superb Open Golf experience.
Five Night Dundee Based Golf Inclusive Package with 5* Golf includes:
- 5 nights’ accommodation at the Apex City Quay, Dundee from Wednesday 13th to Monday 18th July 2022
- Breakfast each morning
- Dinner on two evenings
- Round of golf at Scotscraig Golf Club
- Round of golf at Balcomie Links at Crail Golfing Society
- Return Transfers to The Open on Friday and Sunday
- Tickets to the The 150th Open on Friday and Sunday
- Assistance of Tailormade staff throughout your stay
Luxury Five Night Golf Inclusive Package:
- 5 nights’ accommodation in an Estate Room at the Gleneagles Hotel from 13th -18th July 2022
- Full Scottish breakfast each morning
- Gourmet three course meal on 2 evenings
- Round of golf per person at PGA Centenary Course (host course of 2014 Ryder Cup)
- Round of golf per person at Kings or Queens Course
- Reserved parking at St Andrews on Friday & Sunday (transfers available for supplement)
- Tickets to the The 150th Open on Friday & Sunday
- Assistance of Tailormade staff throughout your stay
About the Apex Hotel, Dundee
Often known as the City of Discovery, Dundee is one of the UK’s most dynamic places to visit. Named one of the coolest cities in the world by National Geographic, this vibrant coastal city is a must-visit for adventure lovers. Take a trip to the exciting V&A museum, entertain the full family at Dundee Science Centre or party the night away in the city’s quirky bars. Your action-packed city break awaits.
Just a short stroll from the city’s most famous attractions and home to one of the country’s best day spas, our stylish Dundee hotel is the perfect place to rest your head. Take a dip in our pool, unwind in our spa and tuck into delicious Scottish-inspired cuisine before you sink into one of our dreamy beds for a great night’s sleep.
About the Gleneagles Hotel
Take a look inside the Glorious Playground that is Gleneagles... A charming country estate, a rural family adventure, a luxurious escape for friends, a cosy couples' retreat, a home from home – Gleneagles is a luxury 5 star hotel like no other.
With three bucket-list championship courses and an unparalleled golfing experience, it's no coincidence Gleneagles is the only venue in Europe to have hosted both the Ryder and Solheim Cups. And with Our restaurants and bars Gleneagles provides the perfect backdrop for special family celebrations, post-round drinks, romantic dinners and sneaky nightcaps.
All in all Gleneagles adds up to be one of the very best hotels in the UK and the World and a stay here for The 150th Open Golf Championships will be as magical as the scenery.
About the Golf Courses
Scotscraig Golf Club
Par 71 | Yardage 6,699 | Opened 1817
Scotscraig Golf Club is the 13th Oldest Golf Course in the world and has hosted the Final Qualifying for The Open Championship on many occasions and we are very proud to play for the oldest medal in golf for over 200 years.
We are ideally situated in the heartland of golf in North East Fife with both the “Old Course” in St Andrews and Carnoustie Golf Links just a short drive away.
Although the course doesn't sit exactly adjacent to the coastline, there are a few sea breezes to consider when playing this links, heathland mixture.
Since 1984, Scotscraig has repeatedly hosted the Final Open Qualifying when The Open is played over St Andrews. When the Open returned to St Andrews in 2010, Scotscraig once again hosted Final Open Qualifying.
Ian Baker-Finch, Brian Barnes, Justin Rose, Mark Mouland, Duffy Waldorf, Ernie Els, Lee Westwood and Sam Torrance are only a few of the famous players to have graced this renowned classic Fife course. Justin Rose describing it as "Great course, great greens and very friendly"
Balcomie Links at Crail
Par 71 | Yardage 6506| Opened 1857
Centuries of golf has been played over these beautiful old links; long before the days of formal rules, mechanised mowers and metal cups. Much of the course as it is enjoyed today was laid out in 1895 by the master himself, Old Tom Morris. Balcomie is one of Scotland's golfing gems, it's a must-play course for members and visitors alike.
The first mention of golf being played on Balcomie is 1857. Much of the course as it is played today was down to the masterful eye of a true legend of the game, Old Tom Morris. Open Champion, father of Young Tom, and "Grandfather of Golf", Old Tom laid out the first 9 holes in 1895 and extended the course to 18 holes in 1900.
PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles
Par: 72 | Length: 7,296 | Opened: 1993
Jack Nicklaus described the PGA Centenary course as the “finest parcel of land in the world I’ve been given to work with” and he’s certainly done it proud. Host to both the Ryder Cup 2014 and Solheim Cup 2019, this masterpiece of a course offers a stern challenge in a fabulous setting.
Kings Course at Gleneagles
Par: 71 | Length: 6,790 | Opened: 1919
The King’s Course at Gleneagles is a masterpiece of design and has tested the aristocracy of golf both professional and amateur. It is truly one of the world's most beautiful and exhilarating places to play the game.
As you step onto the springy moorland turf, you’ll enjoy the sweeping panoramic views from every tee on The King's Course. There are craggy, rock-faced mountains to the north and rolling green hills to the south. The ancient peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich loom on the western horizon, all of which provide even more drama to an unforgettable venue.
Queens Course at Gleneagles
Par: 68 | Length: 5,965 | Opened: 1919
Most golf courses are set in spectacularly lovely surroundings. But the natural wooded beauty of the Queen’s Course, with its lush views over rolling hills and great, wide skies, inspires even the most experienced of players.
It might be the shortest of the three Gleneagles 18 hole courses, but Queen’s should no be underestimated. With plenty of dog-legs and greens hidden away, accurate play from the tee is essential. At 3,192 yards long, the challenge of the front nine can prove deceptive. Even some of the best players find it a challenge to make par into the famously fresh south-westerly breeze.