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Play and Compete in Scotland

March 9, 2020

Fairways to Heaven Golf Travel has created a golf trip to Scotland for its third Heritage Classic. The trip is a six-day, five-night summer adventure that includes rounds at Turnberry Ailsa and Royal Troon, two of the most famous links in the world. Dates for the trip are June 23-28.

This trip begins with an opening round at Prestwick, home to the very first Open Championship in 1860, followed by the third Heritage Classic, a 54-hole team Stableford competition to be staged across the links at Royal Troon, Western Gailes and Dundonald Links along Scotland’s scenic Ayrshire coast.

The 2020 Scotland West Coast/Heritage Classic trip includes five nights lodging (three at Gailes Hotel, two at world-renowned Turnberry Resort); a welcome reception; a farewell dinner at Turnberry; clubhouse lunches each day; a private Scotch Tasting event near Troon; and transfers to/from golf each day, as well as to/from Glasgow Airport.

The Heritage Classic will feature prizes for the winning two-person team and a daily skins game. To maximize the experience, golfers are encouraged to travel and play with a buddy or family member. The price per player (double occupancy) is $3,190, Single occupancy is $3,995. Airfare is not included.

To register for the 2020 West Coast of Scotland/Heritage Classic trip, or to discover other Fairways to Heavens experiences, visit Fairways to Heaven Golf Travel call (888) 272-3179; or email: [email protected]


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