« In a time of need, the golfing community is stepping up to help victims of Hurricane Katrina Help American Red Cross help golfers, friends and family in the South »

3 comments

Comment from: Tom Wentling [Visitor]
Going on a RV trip down to the Phoenix area during late January 2006 and looking for places to play golf that will not break the bank.
Any directions will be appreciated.
12/12/05 @ 18:42
Comment from: Sandy [Visitor]
I would like to find a R.V. Park that is close or in Scottdale. Or close to a couple of pretty nice golf courses that would not break the bank. Dates would be in Feb around the 15 thru the 20th. Do you have anything like that. Do any of the R.V park have a spa close by or in the park
01/02/06 @ 20:42
Comment from: Mark Nessmith [Visitor]
Hey, Sandy: Chris Baldwin just posted an answer for you over here. Glad we could help!
01/04/06 @ 07:21

Comments are closed for this post.

Simply select where you want to play, find a tee time deal, and golf now!

Dates: January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014
Play four rounds and enjoy six nights of lodging with a full Scottish breakfast. Golf rounds include the St. Andrews New, Crail, Kingbarns and Dukes Golf Club. Optional extras: Play an additional round at Carnoustie, Gleneagles, St. Andrews Bay Kittocks/Torrance, St. Andrews Links, Jubilee or Castle. Carr Golf Travel can make an application to the Ballot for a round at the Old Course on behalf of a minimum of two golfers.
Price range: £1225