There's nothing quite like seeing the world's top golfers tee off at a golf tournament in Scotland. After all, Scotland is The Home of Golf, where the game has its roots. And when we say golf tournaments, we mean some of the very best golf championships around.

Between June and October, hundreds of golf fans from around the globe descend on Scotland's championship courses to see how the best in the game take on the challenges of the country's finest courses from Gleneagles to St Andrews Old Course and Carnoustie to Gullane.

Why not come and see world-class golf for yourself?

2020 golf events

Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open

North Berwick beachNorth Berwick, East Lothian

  • When: 9 - 12 July
  • Where: The Renaissance Club, North Berwick

East Lothian is known as Scotland's Golf Coast for a reason! This course will play host to the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open for the second time - a great challenge for the pros before The Open, which is played the following week. The course is perched on the coast along the Firth of Forth and designed by golf course architect Tom Doak. In the past, this event has attracted winners such as Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson. 

Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open

The Renaissance ClubThe Renaissance Club

  • When: 3 - 16 August 2020
  • Where: The Renaissance Club, North Berwick

Watch some of the world's best female golfers competing for glory at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open, a co-sanctioned event between the LET and the LPGA. Staged on one of Scotland's best links courses at The Renaissance Club, the event will showcase the very best of women's golf where Korea's Mi Jung Hur will look to defend her title!

AIG Women's British Open

Royal Troon Golf CourseRoyal Troon, Ayrshire

  • When: 20 - 23 August 2020
  • Where: Royal Troon Golf Club, Ayrshire

This year's AIG Women's British Open is possibly biggest event in women's golf. It's the first time that this tournament has been staged at the iconic Royal Troon Golf Club in south Ayrshire which boasts an impressive resume of staging major championships including nine Open Championships, most recently in 2016 when Sweden's Henrik Stenson lifted the claret jug. Stunning images of Scotland's west coast will be beamed to a global audience as golf fans get the chance to watch the world's best female golfers compete for this highly sought-after major title.

Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

Carnoustie Golf Links
Carnoustie Golf Links

Golfing stars and celebrities join forces at this hotly anticipated European Tour event. The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship is a team format event which will be played over three fabulous courses - Carnoustie Golf Links, Kingsbarns Golf Links and St Andrews Old Course.

  • When: 1 - 4 October 2020
  • Where: Carnoustie Golf Links, Angus, Kingsbarns Golf Links, Fife, and St Andrews Old Course, Fife.