Faraway Fairways

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Golf tour operator specialising on Scotland. We introduce you to the country beyond the fairways but still play all the top venues.
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Culloden, the battlefield that changed Scotland

Culloden, the battlefield that changed Scotland

Royal Deeside, with the Braemar 'gathering' (Highland games) Balmoral Castle, and stunning estates is Scotland at its most majestic

Royal Deeside, with the Braemar 'gathering' (Highland games) Balmoral Castle, and stunning estates is Scotland at its most majestic

Carnoustie is the toughest of all the Open Championship venues and provided plenty of drama over the years. Holes 6, 14, 16 and 18 all demand attention. Carnoustie is raw and brutal, and deserves her place amongst the world's top-30 courses http://www.faraway-fairways.com/?courses=mussleburgh-course #carnoustie #golftour #golfvacation #golfscotland #scottishgolf #golfbreak

Carnoustie is the toughest of all the Open Championship venues and provided plenty of drama over the years. Holes 6, 14, 16 and 18 all demand attention. Carnoustie is raw and brutal, and deserves her place amongst the world's top-30 courses http://www.faraway-fairways.com/?courses=mussleburgh-course #carnoustie #golftour #golfvacation #golfscotland #scottishgolf #golfbreak

The Trossachs

The Trossachs

The Great Scottish Road Trip - about 875 miles and 22 hours, where culture, history, and landscape collide. Includes Edinburgh & Glasgow, Stirling, Bannockburn, Culloden & Glencoe, Loch Ness & Skye, plus many other points of outstanding interest

The Great Scottish road-trip involves about 22 hours road time & 875 miles over 9 days, taking in iconic Loch Ness, Glencoe, Skye, Fife Speyside & Edinburgh

St Andrews Old Course. The R&A headquarters overlooks the 18th green

St Andrews Old Course. The R&A headquarters overlooks the 18th green

The Swilcan Bridge and burn on the 18th at the St Andrews Old Course. One of the most iconic views golf. Truly sacred golfing ground

The Swilcan Bridge and burn on the at the St Andrews Old Course. One of the most iconic views golf.

The St Andrews Old Course, and one of the most dreaded holes in golf! The 17th, 'the Road Hole'

The St Andrews Old Course, and one of the most dreaded holes in golf! The 17th, 'the Road Hole'

14th at North Berwick played onto the shoreline. Kilda and Bass Rock are on the horizon

14th at North Berwick played onto the shoreline. Kilda and Bass Rock are on the horizon

The 10th green on the Gleneagles, Queens Course, the most aesthetic of the three Gleneagles tracks

The green on the Gleneagles, Queens Course, the most aesthetic of the three Gleneagles tracks

Gleneagles Dare, the 2nd fairway on the Ryder Cup course leading into the glen beyond

Gleneagles Dare, the 2nd fairway on the Ryder Cup course leading into the glen beyond

Muirfield 9th hole. This world ranked top-10 course is usually regarded as the most complete test of a links golfer

Muirfield 9th hole. This world ranked top-10 course is usually regarded as the most complete test of a links golfer

Muirfield can be played as an extension (never easy to get a round here - but well worth it, and could justify the whole trip on its own)

Muirfield can be played as an extension (never easy to get a round here - but well worth it, and could justify the whole trip on its own)

Carnoustie 17th fairway at sunrise

Carnoustie 17th fairway at sunrise

Carnoustie 2nd hole

Carnoustie is ranked about in the world, but is the hardest of those on the Open rota

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