Follow in the footsteps of golfing legends on championship courses like Carnoustie.
From legendary links courses to lovely parkland venues, Scotland has everything you could wish for in terms of golfing history and variety.
The Kingdom of Fife is the cradle of the game and St Andrews is The Home of Golf. The Old Course is known the world over but even the New Course is more than a century old. A few miles down the road from St Andrews is Kingsbarns, a classic links course with a lofty reputation.
Still on the east coast, Aberdeen City and Shire has a proud golfing heritage, being home to some of the oldest golf courses in the world. Royal Aberdeen is the world’s sixth oldest golf club and Fraserburgh is the seventh oldest golf club in the world, founded in 1777. Cruden Bay is another epic links course set among giant dunes.
In the Highlands, Royal Dornoch is another links course that is much revered, Castle Stuart near Inverness is the venue for the Scottish Open, whilst the seaside town of Nairn boasts two championship courses.
The jewel in the crown of Perthshire, another region with an illustrious golfing history, is Gleneagles with its three championship courses. Ayrshire has Turnberry, Troon and much else besides. East Lothian represents rich golfing territory with the likes of Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick. The Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway are also ripe for exploration.
You can golf in the cities - Edinburgh and Glasgow both have great offerings - or head to the islands and play golf on Skye, Arran, Islay and countless other islands.
There is an unyielding passion for the game in Scotland. Be inspired by your surroundings. Play timeless courses that will give you life-long memories.
Whatever style of course appeals, whatever the time of year, you will find a golf deal that suits.