With Blue Noun, you can try all sorts of activities on your English Language Holiday – including golf!
Hello English language learners and friends of Blue Noun English Language School in Scotland!
We’re sharing with you photos from our recent trip to Crieff Golf Club to talk to club pro David Murchie to arrange golf experiences for our language learners.
You might be surprised to learn that golf is not just for people in the club. With Blue Noun English language school, anyone can try golf.
It’s such a fabulous way to explore Scotland and be outdoors in fantastic scenery, it’s worth giving it a shot!
Anyone (and everyone) for golf?
We have a few golf options for our English language learners, depending if you have ever played before and what level you have.
Golf | Option 01
for those who have never played at all, David Murchie can introduce everyone to the game and give them putting experience.
Golf | Option 02
For those with some experience, Crieff Golf Club has a 9 hole course to play.
Golf | Option 03
For golfers with a club handicap (experienced golfers) they can play Ferntower Golf Course (Championship Course).
Why not try golf as your English language activity?
Crieff Golf Club has clubs and equipment to borrow.
Already golf mad?
Be sure to speak to us when you are booking and we can advise you around extending your stay in Scotland to fit in a bit of golf at the beginning or end of your English language holiday (most of our homestay hosts are really flexible about this).
Find out more about Crieff Golf Club here
Live Language Learning!
Want to know more about the English language activities we offer on our English language holidays?
Visit our activities page here
A quick note from the author
We began the Blue Noun blog back in 2019, when we called ourselves a ‘language school’ (we now call ourselves a language hub) and we were building up our business completely from scratch.
Our first few months were spent making friends in the community, researching homestay hosts for our language guests and finding out about all the good local places and activities to take our language learning guests.
In 2021 we moved the Blue Noun website to a different platform. We had the option of deleting these old blogs - they are very different form our current, more pedagogic style of posting, but I think they are quite charming to see how our young business grew, turning from a language school run by an artist - into a language hub which really began to focus on coaching artists in English by immersing them in creative environments.