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Morris Family Graves The Pends St Andrews

Golf  Scotland 

St Andrews is the home of golf,

but Edinburgh is where it began

with the oldest course still being played. 

The Burghers of Edinburgh

were the first established Golf Society

Leith was where the first rules of golf were written

and the first place a golf competition was played to rules.

 From the west of Edinburgh to Musselburgh in East Lothian

where Tom Morris Snr and Jnr won Open Championships 

and Willie Park lived, he being the first open champion in 1860.

Tom Morris Snr Plaque St Andrews

Take the Golf History tour and visit historic golf courses.

Where famous golfers were born. 

Play on the oldest course (1380) and  have a drink in the oldest club House (1456).

Visit Royal Burgess,  Royal Musselburgh, Musselburgh Old Course

or

Visit the Home of Golf

St Andrews Scotland 

R & A 18th Green Old Course St Andrews and the R & A back Left

 Golf Group Transport

We can provide Minibuses and Executive Coaches

Mercedes V class for 2 - 6 Golfers

8 and 16 passenger Golf groups

Coaches for 29, 33, 60 passengers. 

Budget or Executive transport

Large Group  Coach Transfers
Executive Coaches 16 - 60 passengers

Transport Services

We provide you with transport to and from your destination.

Specialising in a personal service.

 Airport transfer Service,

Railway Stations, corporate events, tours, and bespoke travel.

We have a pride in or reliability and professionalism

ensuring your requirements are carried out to you satisfaction.

Transport for

the individual or groups

up to 60 Passengers 

Minibus,  Executive Coach 

Tour Bus,  Private Car 

We can provide all with

experienced professional drivers

Airport Transfers

Executive Travel

Golf  Transfers

8 Passenger Golf Transport with great Luggage Space

Executive Travel,

 Outings, Golf Breaks,

  Tours, Group Travel.

Executive Car BMW 5 Series  Chauffeur Drive

Golf Breaks, Golf Transfers, Group Transport.

Mercedes V Class Airport and Golf Transfers

Airport Transfer 

Return trip to any

Uk airport or destination

Executive Cars Coaches Minibuses

 Golf Course Map of courses in

East Lothian and Fife

St Andrews and Angus

Golfer's Land

Canongate Royal Mile 

Edinburgh

In the 1600s two English noblemen attached to the court of the Duke of York (to be King James VII) were challenged by the Duke to a golf match on Leith Links. The Duke’s partner was shoemaker John Paterson a descendent from a long line of golfers. The English noblemen were beaten and the Duke rewarded Paterson with the stakes that had been played for, which enabled Paterson to build a tenement building which he called Golfer’s Land. The building is no longer on the site as it was demolished in 1960. In 1664 Charles I (The Duke’s father) bestowed on the Duke of York the American provinces previously controlled by the Dutch now renamed in his honour, New York. The Duke succeeded to the crown in 1685, and died in 1701. In 1688, his wife Queen Mary gave birth to a son who was later to be father to Bonnie Prince Charlie.

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