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Scotland leaves you spoilt for choice when it comes to golf, with an amazing selection of courses that allow you to make the most of the natural contours of the land while enjoying some testing holes at the same time.

Play celebrated links courses and inland parkland gems up and down the country with both world-renowned venues and alternative locations. St Andrews in Fife is known worldwide as The Home of Golf and it truly is a great place to enjoy a day on the fairways, but did you know you can also experience an excellent day of golfing in Aberdeen City and Shire on the east coast?

Head south to the Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway for some extraordinary holes or visit Perthshire, the home of Gleneagles and where the 40th Ryder Cup will be played from 26 - 28 September 2014.

In Ayrshire & Arran you can enjoy a spectacular round of golf amidst the gorgeous coastal scenery. You can also play the course where the sport’s most prestigious tournament was first held, The Open Championship.

Wherever you go, you are sure to receive a warm Scottish welcome and you can discover how easy it is to travel between Scotland’s regions and around the courses, taking in some great golf passes and affordable green fees along the way.

Make sure you request the regional golf guides to find out more.

  • A green flag fluttering on the New Galloway Golf Course.
    9-hole New Galloway Golf Course
  • A view down one of the holes at Braemar Golf Club
    Braemar Golf Course, Royal Deeside
  • Coastal views out towards Ailsa Craig at the Ailsa Course, Turnberry.
    The Ailsa Course, Turnberry
  • A view across Lundin Links
    Lundin Links, Fife
  • Looking out over the fairway at the PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles and the Perthshire landscape.
    The PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles
A flag fluttering on a green at the New Galloway Golf Course.

Golf in Dumfries & Galloway

With pristine courses, Dumfries & Galloway will test your skills on three excellent golfing trails.

A view of Stonehaven bay from one of the holes on Stonhaven Golf Course

Golf in Aberdeen City and Shire

With stunning links courses and lush parkland venues, Aberdeen City and Shire offers some spectacular golfing opportunities.

Views across one of the greens at Lamlash Golf Course.

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Scotland is The Home of Golf and Ayrshire is birthplace to the sport’s most prestigious tournament, the Open Championship.

Golfer teeing off on The Old Course in front of the Royal and Ancient clubhouse

Golf in St Andrews and Fife

Explore the range of parkland and links golf courses available in the Kingdom of Fife including in the world-famous St Andrews.

Golfers putting on a green at St Fillans Golf Course.

Golf in Perthshire

Perthshire offers the chance to play on championship standard courses and discover less well known but equally rewarding gems.

View of two golfers on St Bothwells Golf Course

Golf in the Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders is a paradise for golfers and offers great value on both championship courses and golfing breaks.