Some Popular Courses in Scotland.
- St Andrews Golf links
- Kingsbarns Golf links ( St Andrew’s)
- Dukes Course Parkland. ( St Andrew’s)
- Royal Troon Golf links ( Prestwick/Ayrshire)
- Turnberry Golf links ( Ayrshire)
- Muirfield Golf links ( East Lothian)
- Carnoustie Golf links ( Angus)
- Gleneagles Heathland ( Perthshire)
- Nairn Golf Links ( Inverness/Moray)
- Castle Stuart Golf links. ( Inverness/Moray)
- Royal Dornoch Golf links ( Sutherland/Northern Highlands)
- Mar Hall Parkland. ( Glasgow)
Scotland Golf Trips
If you have a ‘bucket list’ of courses you’d like to play we can arrange a tour which incorporates them for you and we can introduce you to some real ‘hidden gems’. There are over 50 courses in Ayrshire alone and the same number in Fife. You’ll find some of the most beautiful scenery in the world in the far north of Scotland or for something completely different you may want to play on some of the courses of the west coast islands.
Of course, some of the most iconic and prestigious courses are those which host The Open Championship – Royal Troon and Turnberry on the Ayrshire Coast, Muirfield near Edinburgh and within the ‘Kingdom of Fife’, Carnoustie and The most famous of all The Old Course at St Andrew’s
We can arrange rounds at all of The Open venues with the exception of The Old Course. Due to its popularity, a ballot system is operated over a two-day window. Fortunately, there are seven excellent ‘public’ courses which form the St. Andrews links, so there is no shortage of options to play golf here. As ‘The Old Course’ is located right in the centre of the town, there are plenty of photo opportunities too, including the famous Swilcan Bridge.
As with all our other tours, we will plan every detail with you before you go and will arrange everything on your behalf, from tee times to equipment hire, caddies (where available) and all your accommodation. Our luxury 8 and 7 seater Mercedes vehicles have plenty of room for all your luggage and golf equipment and even enough space for some ‘refreshments’ Whilst golf will be the focus of your trip your friendly and knowledgeable guide will ensure you
also have time to explore the beautiful surroundings, enthralling you with tales of our captivating history!
No Scottish golfing experience would be complete without sampling our ‘greatest export’, whisky! Though not quite as many distilleries as golf courses, there are plenty to choose from and we can arrange a tour if this is of interest?