The Open returns to Carnoustie
The Open Championship is the oldest of the four major tournaments on the golfing calendar. It’s held in Scotland at least every two years and it goes without saying that it is most definitely the most prestigious. After an 11 year break, the stunning Carnoustie Golf Links welcomes back the tournament.
Scotland is indeed the home of golf and this year it finally returns back to Carnoustie in July 18-22. Carnoustie is renowned for being one of the world’s most challenging links courses. It is one of the very few courses to have hosted seven Open Championships, one Ladies championship and also one Seniors championship.
For well over four centuries the game of golf has been played in Carnoustie. It is one of Britain’s finest golf courses, not only is it well known for being formidable but also one of the best conditioned courses in the country. Carnoustie has three courses, all of which are rated in the top 50 Links courses in Britain and Ireland. It was ranked number one in Scotland by the general public in 2016. As well as the Championship course, there is also The Burnside Course and The Buddon Links. The Buddon Links course is relatively recent and was opened in 1979. The Burnside Course is said to ooze with character and test all golfers.
As well as the famous Golf Links, there are many attractions to Carnoustie and the surrounding areas. From museums, abbeys and castles to beautiful country parks and resorts.
Not only do you get the opportunity to take in The Open, but there are also plenty of other things to see and do in Carnoustie too. So whatever you decide to do there, get in touch. Stewart and Maclean will gladly organise your trip to Carnoustie. So don’t delay, the tickets for The Open are going fast. Visit us now at www.stewartandmaclean.com