A trip to Britain to play fabled courses like St. Andrews and Muirfield is on the bucket list of most serious American golfers. However, creating a memorable golf trip to England and Scotland requires a little more than just making plane and course reservations. To truly get the most out of your British golf vacation, it’s wise to do your homework and be prepared for the similarities AND the differences between American and British courses.
A British golf vacation can be a trip of a lifetime. Make sure that you get the most enjoyment possible out of your golfing vacation by familiarizing yourself with the way golf is played in Britain before you go, bringing the right clothes, having your golf clubs shipped directly to your hotel ahead of time, and being prepared to walk the course.