Traveling to play golf typically involves playing on bucket list courses — the famous ones with long, storied pasts that you’ve seen the greats play in tournaments throughout the years. Unfortunately, some of these courses are notoriously difficult to get onto, for a variety of reasons. Here are our top five most sought after courses in the British Isles that will take some time and work to get a tee time.
The Old Course at St. Andrews
Obviously, any course known as “the Home of Golf” would be popular among golf fans, so it’s no surprise that it’s notoriously difficult to get a tee time at The Old Course, even though it’s technically a municipal course. The St. Andrews Links Trust provides several avenues for securing a tee time, although the only guaranteed method is buying a package from a tour operator such as Worldwide Golf Adventures. And with the