|It's never to early to trip to British Open courses such as Carnousite. (Courtesy photo)|
Golfers from around the world descend on Scotland and Ireland from April to October each year. In Scotland, British Open golf courses such as the St. Andrews Old Course, Carnoustie, Muirfield, Royal Troon, and Turnberry are among the primary attractions. In Ireland, the top courses include Ballybunion, Lahinch, Portmarnock, Royal County Down, and Royal Portrush.
These courses and others are in great demand and difficult to book at short notice. When headed to the British Isles, it is never too early to plan your trip!
Pioneer Golf, Inc., located in Austin, Texas, is owned and managed by Peter Hazelton, a native Scot. The company was established in 1971 and is strictly a golf tour operator specializing in the British Isles. It customizes golf vacations for groups of four or more.
Clients often start planning their trip as early as spring of the prior year. Pioneer encourages those clients wishing to include the St. Andrews Old Course in their 2007 itinerary to have plans set by the end of August this year to have the best chance of securing a tee time.
August 2, 2006
At Morton Golf, we are very excited about the new Castle Course at St. Andrews, Scotland. It has much to live up to. But with its impeccable pedigree and the wealth of knowledge and experience that have gone into it, the Castle Course promises to be a worthy addition to the St. Andrews Links stable.
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