As well as the courses featured in our Inspirational Itineraries here are just a few more it might be worth considering and discussing with us. The list is endless so these are just a few suggestions whilst you are deliberating.
Along Aberdeenshire’s 165 mile coastline some of our greatest golf courses are to be found. The coastline is famous for its towering sand dunes where golf courses snake between the dunes and then ascend to elevated tees to reveal breathtaking views. Views of both sea and sky stretch for miles up here, made even more […]
East Lothian, situated half an hour drive south of Edinburgh, is one of Scotlands finest golf locations. Its coastline is often referred to as Scotland’s Golf Coast. The world famous links courses such as Muirfield, North Berwick and Gullane have more recently been joined by The Renaissance Club and Archerfield, mixing the traditional with a […]
As The Home of Golf, St Andrew’s understandably dominates the Fife golf region. But there are also over fifty other courses in Fife, with world class inland courses of note. Accommodation in the region is plentiful with prices to suit every pocket. Many visitors will base themselves in St Andrew’s but it’s worth exploring beyond […]
The beautiful rolling hills, glens and ancient woodland make Perthshire an ideal venue for some of Scotland’s most picturesque golf courses. Heathland masterpieces like The King’s and Queen’s at Gleneagles as well as Blairgowrie stand out on the golfing landscape. It’s not all links golf all of the time in Scotland!
Ayrshire is home to 47 golf courses with 5 of the UK’s top 100 located here, including 3 Open Championship Courses. Of course it is also home to Prestwick, the Open Championship’s birthplace. The West Coast is renowned for its beauty but also for its seafood, making it a must-visit destination for golfers.
Some of the Highland region’s most famous courses such as Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Castle Stuart are known the world over. But this region boasts some wonderful hidden gems such as Brora, Tain and Boat of Garten. Courses that are often missed by some, but not us. All present serious challenges in their own right […]
Some of Scotland’s oldest courses, many still nine holes, are to be found in this region. Little has changed over the centuries and the courses are relatively unchanged as a result. The coastline is naturally exposed and in case of inclement weather some of Scotland’s finest distilleries are nearby.