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Heroes & Legends

Golf and Glory from the Normandy Beaches to the Scottish Lowlands

July 17 – 25, 2018
This July, Navy SEAL Museum joins The National WWII Museum on Heroes and Legends, an all-new tour of Normandy and Scotland.  This once in a lifetime experience pairs the treasured pastime of golf with a high-level travel experience. Featuring top golfers, leading historians, and the most knowledgeable guides, guests will play some of the most historic courses in the world and honor the servicemen of World War II who postponed their dreams and ambitions to answer the call of duty.

In Normandy, visit the drop zones of the American Airborne and stand on Omaha Beach. Play the championship courses at Omaha Beach Golf Club and Barriere Golf Club at Deauville. Visit the Museum of Flight in Edinburgh, play rounds at historic Gleneagles and Edzell courses, and attend the final round of the British Open at Carnoustie. Stay on for our post-tour extension to watch five-time Open Championship winner and three-time Senior Open Champion Tom Watson as he returns to St. Andrews for the 2018 Senior Open Championship.

Join Navy SEAL Museum and The National WWII Museum on Heroes and Legends, an all-new golf and history tour of Normandy and Scotland. In Normandy, visit the drop zones of the American Airborne, stand on Omaha Beach, and play the championship courses at Omaha Beach Golf Club and Barriere Golf Club at Deauville. In Scotland, play rounds at historic Gleneagles and Edzell courses, and attend the final round of the British Open at Carnoustie. Stay on for our post-tour extension to St. Andrews for the 2018 Senior Open Championship.

 

Optional Post-tour extension program:

THE 2018 SENIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

The Old Course at St. Andrews • July 25-28, 2018 • $2,999 per person
Extend your stay in Scotland with continued accommodation at Gleneagles Hotel. Post-tour extension guests will have the opportunity to watch five-time Open Championship winner and three-time Senior Open Champion Tom Watson as he returns to St. Andrews for the 2018 Senior Open Championship.

After expecting the 2015 Open Championship to be his last competitive outing, Watson will be seeking his first St. Andrews win, against other notable players who have previous St. Andrews wins in their records, including Nick Faldo and John Daly. Though the club previously hosted the Open Championship on 29 occasions, and the Ricoh British Women’s Open played here twice, this will be St. Andrews first hosting of the Senior Open.
Don’t miss this unique and exciting adventure! Space is strictly limited.
For more information or to reserve your place, please visit:

The National WWII Museum website