Scotland

This proud nation is the “Home of Golf.”

Recognized the world over as where the game of golf began, no matter where you stand in Scotland you will not be far from a golf course. There are the well recognized Open Championship courses along with an abundance of hidden gems that will equally excite golfers.

The game has flourished on Scottish soil for centuries and remains one of the country's greatest attractions. Where better to enjoy a golfing break, listen to the shrill of the bagpipes, sip a single malt whiskey and explore historical castles? Scotland has many regions to explore. Take a peak and find somewhere that speaks to you.

More Details by Region

  • Aberdeen

    Aberdeen City and Shire, a region which has a long golf heritage and championship courses. Meldrum House Country Hotel and Golf Course is renowned as one of the finest golf clubs in Scotland with its practice facilities and magnificent course situated…
  • Ayrshire and Arran

    Ayrshire and Arran consists of the Coastal Towns of Ayrshire including Largs, Ayr , Kilmarnock, Irvine and Troon. Start your golfing adventure by discovering the current Open Championship courses at Turnberry and Royal Troon located within a few miles…
  • Carnoustie Country

    Enjoy award winning golf at the famous Open Championship venues of Carnoustie. Carnoustie Country offers spectacular links and parkland courses set in beautiful landscapes.
  • East Lothian

    East Lothian is one of the best regions for golf in Scotland, with 21 courses offering choice to golfers of all standards and tastes. You may recognise many of the courses located within Scotland's Golf Coast - Dunbar, North Berwick, Gullane, The 2013 Open Championship course at Muirfield, and Musselburgh one of the world's oldest, where golf has been played since 1672.
  • Fife

    A wide range of beautiful parkland, inland and links courses await your arrival in The Home of Golf. As well as Championship greats, you can experience some of the oldest clubs in the world when you play golf in Fife.
  • Highlands

    They have Royal Dornoch Golf Club, long ranked as one of world's top 10 golf courses; the Nairn Golf Club firmly on the golfing map and host to Walker Cup and Curtis Cup competitions; and Castle Stuart Golf Links, which won worldwide attention as three-time host to the Scottish Open. And there is great Oban, Glengoyne and many other whiskies from the area to taste and hoist in tribute to the great rounds you played in this famous part of Scotland!
  • Perthshire

    Perthshire's foremost golfing destination is without a doubt Gleneagles, the only venue in the UK that can claim the distinction of having three championship courses. The sprawling PGA Centenary, the youngest of the trio, was designed by legendary player…

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