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  • Castle Stuart aerial view
    Aerial view of Castle Stuart Golf Links
  • 9th hole, The PGA Centenary Course
    9th hole on The PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles, 2014 Ryder Cup venue
  • Looking between trees towards a green on Lamlash Golf Club, Isle of Arran
    Lamlash Golf Club, Isle of Arran
  • The Swilcan Bridge on the 18th fairway of the Old Course in St Andrews at sunset
    The Swilcan Bridge on the Old Course, St Andrews in Fife
  • View up the driveway of the Turnberry Hotel at the Championship Golf Course, Ayrshire
    Turnberry Golf Club, Ayrshire

Scotland is The Home of Golf and is the ideal destination for a golf break with more than 500 golf courses to choose from and a great choice of money-saving golf passes.

Enjoy a golf break in Scotland where golf has been played for several centuries and has never been more popular. It’s the dream of many a golfer to play a few rounds of golf in Scotland and that dream can easily be made a reality.

There are more than 500 golf courses in Scotland and you can play everything from a classic links course to a parkland gem or idyllic island layout.

Follow in the footsteps of golfing legends and play some of the courses on the Open rota. The Old Course at St Andrews, Carnoustie, Muirfield, Troon and Royal Turnberry are all open to the public.

Gleneagles is another golfing venue of world renown and its PGA Centenary Course - one of three championship courses at Gleneagles - is the venue for The 2014 Ryder Cup.

From the Highlands to the Scottish Borders, you can play coastal delights and hidden gems with golf in Scotland involving so much variety and pleasure.

Make your Scottish golf break better still by picking up one of the many great value golf passes available to visiting golfers which mean you make significant savings on green fees.

Or you could hook up with a specialist golf tour operator with a range of offers and packages to choose from for that tailored golf break. 

As well as playing golf you can watch the world’s best compete on Scottish soil. The Open is staged in Scotland at least every two years with Muirfield the venue in 2013. Other key golf tournaments that take place in Scotland include the Johnnie Walker Championship and the Dunhill Links.

All across the country you’ll find that there’s a wide selection of  accommodation which has been awarded by the Golfers Welcome scheme, which ensures that the establishments will go above and beyond to create a great golfing base during your stay.

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