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Scotland

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Scotland, a country blessed with beautiful scenery, marvalous coastlines and friendly locals, boasts the most number of historic golf courses on the planet. From the iconic Open venues of St Andrews, Carnoustie, Turnberry and Prestwick to the classic Royal links of Dornoch, Aberdeen or Troon, the variety of historic and breathtaking courses is almost infinite. Wherever you choose to base yourself – Edinburgh, St Andrews, the Highlands or the West Coast, rest assured we will make your Scottish golf adventure the trip of your lifetime!

Every golfer who visits Scotland discovers that once is not enough, that it takes many trips to play all the courses that demand to be played and even more visits to play all the wonderful courses that exist quietly but masterfully. This is why we’ve designed multiple Scotland golf trip packages to suit the needs of every golfer. And this is why we personally customise Scottish trips to perfectly match your dreams and expectations. Welcome to Scotland and Scottish golf, you may never go home!

Scotland, a country blessed with beautiful scenery, marvalous coastlines and friendly locals, boasts the most number of historic golf courses on the planet.

From the iconic Open venues of St Andrews, Carnoustie, Turnberry and Prestwick to the classic Royal links of Dornoch, Aberdeen or Troon, the variety of historic and breathtaking courses is almost infinite.

St Andrews

St Andrews

St Andrews and the city of Edinburgh are just a 90 minute drive apart, making them an ideal combination of cities to stay and play many of Scotland’s most iconic golf courses. Flying into Edinburgh and staying there or in St Andrews allows you easy access to some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

Golf courses such as The Old Course, the New Course, Kingsbarns, The Castle Links, Carnoustie, Muirfield, Gleneagles, Crail, Gullane and North Berwick. This region of Scotland has the greatest concentration of historic golf courses in the world, making it a certain “bucket list” trip.

St Andrews and the city of Edinburgh are just a 90 minute drive apart, making them an ideal combination of cities to stay and play many of Scotland’s most iconic golf courses. Flying into Edinburgh and staying there or in St Andrews allows you easy access to some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

Aberdeen & the North Coast

Aberdeen & the North Coast

Many golfers visiting Scotland don’t go beyond Edinburgh or St Andrews, but for those willing to make the pilgrimage further north along the North Sea the rewards are immense. The historic stretch of coastline that runs from Aberdeen right up to just shy of the Highlands is home to some of the world’s finest and most revered links.

In total, the Aberdeen area and just north along the coast has over 70 golf courses to choose from, making this region of Scotland a true golfer’s paradise. Imagine a tour beginning with the iconic Cruden Bay and new Trump International, then playing Royal Aberdeen, Murcar Links and Peterhead Links. With fantastic scenery, luxury hotels and excellent road systems, a golf vacation in this remarkable area of the country will live long in your golf memory.

The historic stretch of coastline that runs from Aberdeen right up to just shy of the Highlands is home to some of the world’s finest and most revered links. In total, the Aberdeen area and just north along the coast has over 70 golf courses to choose from, making this region of Scotland a true golfer’s paradise. Cruden Bay, Trump International, Royal Aberdeen, Murcar Links and Peterhead Links are just a few of the great links courses in this region.

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Western Gailes
Western Gailes
Western Gailes
Western Scotland

Western Scotland

One of Scotland’s most historic and beloved golfing regions, a golf vacation to Scotland’s west coast will take to you the very heart of Scotland’s golfing heritage. For many people, the west is as spectacular and historic as St. Andrews, it’s more famous relative to the east.

Lying just a 45 minute drive south of Glasgow are some of the worlds most famous and iconic golf clubs, including Prestwick, Turnberry, Western Gailes, Dundonald Links and Royal Troon. Among the courses in this region, the British Open has been hosted by one or another an incredible 37 times. From the revered birthplace of the Open to the breathtakingly scenic courses along the Ayrshire coastline, this region literally overflows with history and rugged beauty.

One of Scotland’s most historic and beloved golfing regions, a golf vacation to Scotland’s west coast will take to you the very heart of Scotland’s golfing heritage. For many people, the west is as spectacular and historic as St. Andrews, and includes some of the worlds most famous and iconic golf clubs, such as Prestwick, Turnberry, Western Gailes, Dundonald Links and Royal Troon.

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