Mark Twain famously said, ‘Golf is a good walk spoiled,’ but I suspect even he would have changed his tune if he had experienced the golf havens we offer on these trips.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
Butterfield & Robinson—the world’s premier active travel company—launched a new private, read-to-book golf trip to the British Open, completing its immersive golf portfolio.
The new British Open Private trip brings guests up close with the world’s best from July 17 to 19 at the oldest of the majors, returning to the Old Course at St. Andrews, a place synonymous with the sport. This new golf trip joins a portfolio of Ready-to-Book golf trips, offering travellers the chance to test their metal (and their handicaps) at some of the world’s most renowned courses.
“Mark Twain famously said, ‘Golf is a good walk spoiled,’ but I suspect even he would have changed his tune if he had experienced the golf havens we offer on these trips,” says B&R Trip Designer Tyler Dillon, who hails from just outside Augusta, Georgia.
British Open Private joins The Masters Golfing Private in putting travellers front and centre at golf’s major championships. The two private experiences at major championships highlight a collection of golf trips in Scotland and Ireland that allow players to commune with the heart of the game. Scotland Golfing Private returns travellers to the game’s ancestral home and includes a chance to play the famed Gleneagles. Ireland Golfing Private, meanwhile, combines Irish hospitality with a unique links experience at three of the world’s premier golf resorts.
Butterfield & Robinson—the world’s premier active travel company—designs incredible journeys to the world’s most amazing places. Crafted from the finest ingredients (exceptional lodgings, incomparable access, stellar wines and food, experienced guides and more than a few secrets), B&R trips combine adventure with unparalleled cultural immersion in the world’s greatest destinations.
For more information on this trip and more visit http://www.butterfield.com.