Golf in Scotland Golf Passes
Playing golf in Scotland is one of those things in life that you should have to tick off. The place where the game was born is steeped in history and blessed with some of the best golf clubs in the world.
So if you’re tackling the Road Hole at St Andrews, going for glory at Troon’s Postage Stamp or keeping your nerve on Hogan’s Alley at Carnoustie there is a chance to make your mark on history.
The thought of playing these great course plus many more can be an expensive one but it doesn’t have to be.
VisitScotland.com the official golf site to Scotland’s national tourism organisation has some great offers that are a must for golfers who want the chance to play some great courses and great prices.
With over 30 great value golf passes where you can purchase rounds in bundles for a huge array of golf courses across Scotland.
So whether you want to play around the Perthshire Highlands or settle down around Loch Lomond you can buy a golf pass to suit you and at great prices.
For example the First in Fife golf pass is the best value way to play on 13 fine courses in the Home of Golf which are Aberdour, Balbirnie Park, Burntisland, Canmore, Charleton, Dunfermline, Elmwood, Forrester Park, Kinross Bruce and Montgomery courses, Kirkcaldy, Pitreavie, and Thornton. A three round Pass is still just £63, and a five round pass is even better value at only £99.
First in Fife also has its own online system for buying your golf pass and then booking your rounds and is still the only golf pass in Scotland to offer this unique facility. Just go to www.firstinfifegolf.com/, read all about our courses, buy your Pass, check tee time availability at all 13 courses, and then use your online account to book your tee times. It can all be done 24/7 and at the touch of a few buttons.
The golf pass can be used any time from 1 April to 31 October 2011, and on one trip, or several, to Fife. There are some supplements, so please read the full terms and conditions on the website before buying your pass.
When researching your courses and booking your tee times at www.firstinfifegolf.com you can also book accommodation so everything is in place for when your golf trip comes around.
To view the great passes on offer visit www.visitscotland.com to purchase your pass today.
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