Showing posts from September, 2013

Planning 2014 Scotland Golf Tour

As we leave the month September and enter October many golfers will be turning their attention to a golf tour of Scotland next year, 2014. We here at Caddie Golf Tours are available to set up and advise about securing tee times, accommodation and travel arrangements throughout the Home of Golf, for real golfers.
Many Scottish golf tours are built around acquiring an Old Course tee time and Caddie Golf Tours can assist your golf group in attaining this goal by you, the 'Lead Golfer', forwarding a few details of the proposed golf trip: number and names of golfers taking parthandicaps of golfersgolf club membership of each golferpreferred date of golf tour & an alternative dateother courses to be played during the golf tour  These simple details are required by the 9th October, 2014, to ensure we have an opportunity to attain your Old Course tee times. Please do not hesitate to contact us through the usual channels, email, Google+ , Facebook or Twitter. We look forward to hea…

The St. Andrews Town Match 2013

St. Andrews held the 100th playing of the Town Match on Saturday 14th September. This historic event is played between the local & international members of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club against the two main local golf clubs in the town: St. Andrews Golf Club and the New Club.

There were 171 foursomes matches played over the Old Course, New Course, Jubilee Course and 1/2 dozen or so were even were golfed on the Strathtyrum Course. This amounts to 684 golfers in what must rank as one of the largest one day golf competitions in the world.

Our match was played on the Jubilee Course at 3.20pm in great conditions as can be seen by the few photographs taken while we waited to tee off on the Par 4 8th.

The game was played in good spirits, as it should be, and we stood at 1 down after nine holes. The R&A team of Mr. Dickie & Mr. Wood prevailed by winning the 11th & 12th and though we had a brief victory on the 13th the opposition closed out the match on the Par 4 15th, win…

Golf in Scotland 2014

For those golfers that desire to golf in Scotland next year, 2014, may I suggest that now would be an excellent time to confirm your travel dates, tee times and accommodation.

The planning of the Scottish golf tour is always exciting and to arrive at the Home of Golf, St Andrews is rather special.

There are so many astounding links courses to choose in Scotland that one can get giddy and greedy! Please take the time to talk to Caddie Golf Tours and together we shall produce the golf trip you want.

2014 Golf on the Old Course at St. Andrews

A quick update for golfers looking to play upon the Old Course next year, 2014, that the Advanced Application Form is available from the St. Andrews Links Trust web site and will be accepted this Wednesday 4th September at 10.00am British Standard Time. Information and the Advance Application Form can be found using the following links:

If further information is required about golf in St. Andrews and Scotland please do not hesitate to contact me at or via our Google+ page.