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" Allan Ferguson is the Rick Steves of Scottish golf travel."
—Doug Cruce, Williamston MI

Saving serious golfers serious money since 2000
Last update March 2014
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NOTICE: THIS WEBSITE IS UNDERGOING INTENSE REVISION AS WE MOVE FROM A FULL-SERVICE PLANNING AGENCY TO A CONSULTING AGENCY FOR INDEPENDENT TRAVELERS. STAY TUNED . . . CHECK BACK FOR MORE INFORMATION AS IT GETS ADDED TO THE WEBSITE.

Here's How to Book a Time on St. Andrews' Old Course - The advance-reservation process for 2015 opened on Wednesday, August 27, 2014.. Click here for more information.

GOLF SCOTLAND—THREE WAYS TO BEAT THE COST OF HIGH-PRICED TOURS AND HAVE FUN DOING IT!  

 

 Welcome to the Ferguson Golf website!  If you are planning a golf trip to Scotland, this site can save your time and money in three ways. 

 1 As a travel consultant, I can work with you to create an affordable, gratifying golf trip.

 2  As an independent traveler, the best $25 you spend on your trip will be on my guidebook, GOLF IN SCOTLAND: A TRAVEL-PLANNING GUIDE WITH  PROFILES OF 74 GREAT COURSES. Order from www.amazon.com.  The book is also available in electronic format at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

3. As an information hound, you can use this website to connect with helpful planning websites.




     ALLAN McALLISTER FERGUSON

 

1  To read about my consulting service, see "Consulting."

2  To learn more about my guidebook, see the Book Page. It's the "bible" of Scottish Golf Travel. Golf in Scotland: A Travel-Planning Guide . . . is designed to make you the expert and save hundreds, even thousands, of dollars on your trip to the Home of Golf!

• when to go

• where to go

• the best places to stay

eight ways to get a tee time on St. Andrews Old Course

• thirteen itineraries—six under $2,000

• over 200 websites for planning

 

"I urge you to make this book your travel companion. It is comprehensive, thoughtful, and, in literal truth, invaluable."—James Finegan, author of Where Golf is Great, Blasted Heaths and Blessed Greens, and many more.

 

3 The best general-advice website for independent travelers to Scotland is www.golfnook.com. To explore this and other websites, see the Links page.

Read my occasional FREE NEWSLETTER (most recent - August 2013) email me at aferguson@fergusongolf.com

 

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