A warm welcome awaits you in some historic towns and cities as Golfing in Scotland combines the finest and most famous golf courses, and fabulous Scotch Whisky.
Scotland has the added attraction of being the Home of Golf. Whichever course you decide to play, you will no doubt have a challenge and witness the best of golf.
If you are looking for a short golfing break with excellent courses and some great hospitality, you need look no further. Scottish Golf is a marvellous experience for all levels: You get to play on courses designed by some of the past masters.
Scotland, of course, is deep rooted in the history of the game and its courses are revered the world over. Scotland’s links courses, the most natural on earth, offer a wealth of superb challenges and golfing experiences to be found nowhere else.
Scottish hospitality, combined with the variety of courses available, make for a memorable golfing in Scotland holiday, especially at the 19th hole.
Of course, there are many that don’t need an introduction, like the legendary courses of St Andrews, Gleneagles, Carnoustie and Royal Troon.
Links To Scotland Golf Courses…
A select few, with a website for more information.
Ballater Golf Club: Breathtaking scenery and a challenging golf course in Royal Deeside.
Carnoustie Golf Club: Home of the 2007 Open Championship and situated in Angus. The ideal venue for golfing in Scotland.
Gleneagles Golf Resort: Three championship courses, The Kings, The Queens and the nine hole Wee Course. Has also hosted Ryder Cup matches.
Largs Golf Club: Spectacular views over the Clyde estuary and the islands of Cumbrae, Bute, and Arran.
Loch Lomond Golf Club: Hosts Scotlands longest hole, the sixth, at 625 yards. Course runs alongside the Loch with stunning views.
Nairn Dunbar Golf Club
Links championship course on the Moray firth and a highly rated challenging course.
Royal Troon: Majestic course just 4 miles from Prestwick Airport. Please note a certificate of handicap is required. Caddies have to be requested in advance.
Solway Links Golf Course: Close to Dumfries and overlooking the Solway Firth. An informal fun for the family golf course. Offers a nine hole option.
St Andrews: The Old Course needs no introduction and it’s usually fully booked, so it is advisable to plan well in advance.
Turnberry Resort: On the Ayrshire coast with views to the Island of Arran. Has hosted the British Open and is the location of Colin Montgomerie’s Golf Academy.
From Ayrshire to The Scottish Highlands you are guaranteed a warm welcome. You will have a good time in magnificent hotels, surrounded with stunning scenery and close to some of our most famous golf courses. You will follow in the footsteps of many of the golfing greats, witness some fine golf, and perhaps you’ll even sample a wee dram or two along the way.
You could even go one better by combining your golf tour with a good malt whisky tour and really appreciate the extent of Scottish hospitality. The Scottish courses present a stiff challenge for all golfers, whatever your handicap, but between the whisky and the beautiful scenery, we’ll forgive you if you somehow forget to tee off.
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