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Golf in Scotland 2013 brochure
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Download the digital versions of our latest golf guides and start planning your perfect golf trips in Scotland

Golf in the west of Scotland conjures up images of breathtaking scenery and this stunning landscape is used to great effect when it comes to the region’s golf courses. Across the area you will discover a mixture of famous courses and undiscovered gems, not to mention a number of Open qualifier courses. Whether you choose to practice your swing on remote islands or simply stick to the mainland you will be sure to tee off at some of Scotland's most picturesque golf courses.

  • Looking across Shiskine Golf Club as various golfers enjoy their round
    Shiskine Golf Club, Isle of Arran
  • Girvan Golf Course, Girvan, with Ailsa Craig visible beyond, South Ayrshire
    Girvan Golf Course, Ayrshire
  • Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club
    Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club, Argyll
  • Royal Troon in Ayrshire will host The Open in 2016
    Royal Troon in Ayrshire will host The Open in 2016
Sign to the first tee at Craignure Golf Course

Inner Hebrides, Arran and Bute

Discover the picturesque golf courses on Scotland's west coast islands, including Mull and Bute.

Girvan Golf Course, Girvan, with Ailsa Craig visible beyond, South Ayrshire

Ayrshire

Discover the high quality of municipal golf courses and great private courses in South Ayrshire.

The Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club, Machrihanish, Kintyre, Argyll

Argyll

Argyll offers golfing enthusiasts the opportunity of experiencing some of the most picturesque golf courses in Scotland.

Looking onto a green at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club

Historic links and island beauty

Full of remarkable history and outstanding beauty, the west of Scotland is an unmissable golfing destination.