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Golf Trips

Keith Marriott

Keith organises a number of golf breaks to the UK and Ireland providing you with the opportunity to play some of the finest links golf courses in the world. Your trip will include current and past Open Championship venues such as Royal St. George’s, St Andrews, Royal Liverpool, Turnberry and many more. You can see more information below.

A number of dates and tours will be organised in 2017 so please come back to my website to find out more information.

To view Keith’s latest trips please click on the following links:

St Andrews Links

Recognised the world over, St Andrews Links is the Home of Golf having borne witness to over 600 years of golfing history. Golf has been played on the famous links since as early as the 1400s, and it was here in 1974, when the 22 hole Old Course was reduced, that today’s 18 hole round was established.

One golf course has expanded to become seven, and many of golf’s most dramatic and entertaing moments have occured here. The links has played host to the game’s greats as wel as those enthusiastic amateurs for whom the chance to play St Andrews’ hallowed turf is a dream come true.

Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Royal Liverpool Golf Club was founded in 1869 and is loacted in the small town of Hoylake, Liverpool. The club boasts a long and distinguised history of golfing firsts from including being the orginator and host to the inaugural Men’s Amateur Championship in 1885.

Royal Liverpool has hosted 12 Open Championships the most recent in July 2014. The course has also hosted a number of prestigous amateur tournaments including the Amateur Championship, Ladies British Amateur Championship and the Walker Cup.

Turnberry Golf Resort

Turnberry Golf Resort is loacted in South Ayrshire, Scotland on the rugged coast. Founded in 1902 the orginal championshp golf course was designed. Designer Mackenzie Ross is credited with restoring the golf course to its very high standard, and the Ailsa course was re-opened in 1951.

An exceptional seaside links the course has stunning views of Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran. Turnberry has played host to four Open Championships as well as the Women’s British Open, the Walker Cup, the Amateur Championship and the Senior Open Championship.