Monday, September 9 - Monday, September 16, 2019
- 3 nights accommodations at the KingsClub Hotel, Inverness
- 4 nights accommodations at the Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club, Edinburgh
- Full Scottish breakfast daily
- 2019 Solheim Cup Ping Pavillion Ticket (valid Thu - Sun)
- Two rounds of championship links golf (including lunch): Castle Stuart and Royal Dornoch
- Welcome and farewell cocktails and dinner
- Tickets to Opening Ceremonies with guaranteed seating
- Official Solheim Cup program
- Transportation throughout by deluxe motor coach inclusive of gratuities
- Solheim Cup gift
- On site Premier Golf representative
- Airport meet & greet
- All taxes
- Items of a personal nature such as mini bar, shopping, internet charges, phone, etc
- Meals not specified on the itinerary
- Optional round on Gleneagles Kings or Queens Course
PRICING: Minimum Participation 16
$ 4,385 PER GOLFER BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
$ 5,480 PER GOLFER BASED ON SINGLE OCCUPANCY
Initial Deposit - $1,500 per person due at time of booking
Final Payment - Due on or before June 1, 2019
$1,500 per person cancellation penalty from October 2, 2018 - June 1, 2019
Full payment from June 2, 2019
Kingsclub- Inverness: Located just outside of the busy downtown area, the 4.5+ star Kingsmills Hotel has a private Spa Club with just a handful of rooms and private reception desk inside. Small and very select, The Kingsclub Inverness offers a choice of Cocoon or Retreat luxury air-conditioned bedrooms, a beauty spa, mezzanine lounge, business center, massage suites, relaxation area, nail salon, green space, Inverness GC views, a private bar and breakfast restaurant. The views from most rooms are of the parkland Inverness GC. The bar is exclusive to guests of The Kingsclub; informal and peaceful, it’s the perfect place to have an energizing smoothie mid-morning or a cocktail before dinner. The private restaurant area offers a cooked to order breakfast or ready buffet which is both fast and high quality, perfect for golfers. Guests can also use all the facilities, pool, spa, bars and restaurants at the Kingsmills Hotel across the parking lot.
Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club-Edinburgh - 300 years of history, just 7 miles from Edinburgh’s city centre. Impressively situated in 1,000 acres of parkland lies the four-star Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club. With spectacular views to Edinburgh Castle and the Forth Bridges, it’s a celebration of Scottish heritage. With 215 rooms and suites, contemporary meeting and events spaces and a range of restaurants and bars, our historic resort also features two 18-hole golf courses, luxurious leisure facilities and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. It’s hard to believe Dalmahoy lies just 20 minutes from Edinburgh and 10 minutes from Edinburgh Airport. It enjoys excellent transport links by air, road and rail, while offering a luxury retreat at a Scottish resort.
Castle Stuart Golf Links: The most talked about new course in Scotland, located near Inverness, opened in late 2009, and was immediately called “the best new course in the world” by a Golf Magazine representative. The same American owner who developed Kingsbarns, Mark Parsinen, created this links with Gil Hanse and the result is sensational! Castle Stuart is a true championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth, with views of Inverness, Kessock bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse. Even though it is new, many already think it is among the top 5 courses in all of Scotland … yes it is that good! The course is open and forgiving off the tee but then requires very demanding approach shots. It looks like it has been there 100 years, and is occasional host of the annual Scottish Open, won in 2013 by Phil Mickelson the week before his Open Championship victory at Muirfield. This course is ranked #69 in The 2015 Golf Magazine World Top 100.
Royal Dornoch: Far north in the Scottish Highlands is perhaps Scotland's finest links course, Royal Dornoch Golf Club, which in 2016 celebrated 400 years of golf. Records have been found that date golf back here to 1616, but the current layout dates back to 1886, in a design by Tom Morris, which was later redesigned by Donald Ross. This would certainly be an Open venue, if it weren't for the lack of accommodations, and the relatively isolated area. The course features huge elevated greens, surrounded by bunkers and ridges, certain to catch a poorly hit ball. It follows the classic links nature, by going out through the gorse and heather, and in along the shore. The 3rd and 4th holes have sloping fairways, that have to be reached diagonally from elevated tees, and the 14th is the most difficult hole at 459 yards and par 4. This is certainly a course to bring your camera, especially when the bright sun accents the deep blue sea, green grass and blooming yellow gorse. On a nice day, there are few courses in the world as scenic, and on a windy or wet Scottish day, there are few courses as difficult. This course is ranked #14 in The 2015 Golf Magazine World Top 100. The staff and service in the clubhouse are very welcoming!