events scheduled for the 2001 Scottish golf season provide the opportunity
to combine championship golf with some of Scotland’s finest but
lesser-known courses. There are Scottish Golf Classics in the programme
open to all to play.
event is the Highland Golf Classic from 7 – 10 May. It takes
in the world famous links of Royal Dornoch and also includes competitive
rounds at Tain – Glenmorangie whisky country – the delightful James
Braid designed Fortrose and Rosemarkie course on the Black Isle
and Nairn Dunbar, near neighbour of the Nairn championship links
which hosted the Walker Cup in 1999.
The second Classic
of the season is the Ayrshire Golf Classic from 9 – 12 July,
immediately before the Open Championship. Feature course of the
event is the famous Ailsa Course at Turnberry supported this year
by the Open Championship qualifying courses at Kilmarnock Barassie
and Irvine Bogside. The fourth venue is the highly acclaimed inland
layout of Ayr Belleisle.
the trio of Classics, the Speyside Golf Classic from 9 –
12 July takes competitors into some of the most magnificent scenery
of the Scottish Highlands. Boat of Garten and Grantown on Spey are
two courses on most visitors’ wish lists to this part of Scotland
with Kingussie and Newtonmore completing the Speyside Classic group.
from £150 golf only to £250 with 4 nights accommodation for the
Highland Classic, £185 golf only to £285 with 4 nights accommodation
for the Ayrshire event and £115 golf only to £215 with 4 nights
accommodation for the Speyside Classic.
information contact Scottish Golf Classics on 01292 671500 or Freephone
0800 027 1070 www.scottishgolfclassics.com