Let us design your Scotish tour – from world famous golf to hidden gems. From small hotels to some of the world’s best resorts – Scotland offers everything, including superb hospitality.
The spectacular Trump International Golf Links on the rugged Aberdeenshire coast just 5 miles north of Aberdeen has really put this great golfing area on the map.
Already the area had world class golf courses such as Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay and Murcar and more lesser known gems which offer golfers the chance to enjoy an Aberdeen golf break or at a reasonable cost.
Fraserburgh, Newburgh-on-Ythan, Ellon and Newmacher Hawkshill are just a few of the hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
In the Angus and Carnoustie you have the Open course - widely regarded as one of the toughest challenges in world golf. It is complimented by its two sister courses, Burnside and Buddon, Carnoustie Championship
Carnoustie Championship is the headline course for this region, however stretching from Dundee to Montrose the coastline of Angus has many links courses with some of the best parkland courses in Scotland based just a little further inland.
Montrose Medal, Panmure, Monifieth Medal, Downfield, Arbroath and Letham Grange Old are just small sample are available to you.
You have Open Championship venues, classic championship links courses, great municipal courses and good transport links.
From Largs in the north to Girvan in the south, the world-famous golfing coastline of Ayrshire is laid out with fantastic links courses lying almost end to end along the length of the county, making it the perfect choice for your Scotish golf holiday.
You can base yourself in Ayr, Prestwick or Troon, stay in a 3-star Guest House or 5 star resort. Play some of the world’s best such as Turnberry Ailsa and Royal Troon or championship such as Donaldson Links or play quality municipal courses like Ayr Belleisle and Troon Lochgreen.
East Lothian, situated just a short drive south of Edinburgh, is one of Scotland’s finest golf break destinations, offering a choice of over 22 courses.
Golf in East Lothian offers a great range of traditional links complimented by some excellent classic inland golf courses.
Gullane No.1, North Berwick, Dunbar, Craigielaw, Longniddry and Kilspindie are just a few of the East Lothian golfing delights awaiting you along this rugged and beautiful coastline.
Recognised worldwide as the home of the ancient game, Fife, with St Andrews at its centre has been attracting golfers to its hallowed fairways for over 500 years.
St Andrews itself, lives and breathes golf like nowhere else and is a destination that must be visited at least once in every golfers’ lifetime. The surrounding countryside and coastline of Fife must also be considered.
In addition to the Old Course, venues such as Kingsbarns, The Jubilee, The Castle, Dukes, Lundin Links, Crail Balcomie, Scotcraig and Fairmont Torrance are just a few of the delights for you to enjoy.
Here you find golfing greats as Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Spey Valley and wonderful hidden gems such as Brora, Tain, Nairn Dunbar and Boat of Garten, plus you have the fabulous Castle Stuart championship links situated just outside Inverness.
You can play challenging links situated on the beautiful and rugged North East Highland coastline or courses set in spectacular Highland scenery just a little further inland, this region of Scotland has something to satisfy the requirements of golfers.
Further afield you have golf tours based in the key towns of Aviemore, Inverness and Nairn.
Scotland’s historic capital and one of Europe’s great cities is also home to a wonderful golf.
Here you can combine your golf with vibrant nightlife, restaurants and historic sites of the city with a selection of challenging golf courses - from the excellent Dalmahoy East, Morton Hall and Musselburgh to the delights of Royal Musselburgh, Duddingston and Braid Hills.
The close proximity of the city to East Lothian means you can include great links golf courses of the East Lothian coastline.