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Castle Stuart 11th green

Golfing holidays in Scotland 

Golf in Scotland

St Andrews Golf

For golfers the world over there is a draw to Scotland. Nowhere in the world is there such a concentration of renowned venues with some of golf’s most beautiful and challenging courses. Scotland is regarded as the spiritual home of golf with the game first played at St Andrews some 600 years ago.


For those seeking a harmonious blend of Scottish hospitality, natural beauty, rich culture, a fine range of courses, and the opportunity to walk in the steps of the founding fathers of the game, then Scotland has it all. Here you will create memories that will last a lifetime.


Throughout Scotland, there are numerous historic courses that stand the testaments of time. Here you can explore iconic links and stunning layouts in the heart of golf’s homeland. Courses such as The Old Course at St Andrews, Royal Dornoch, Muirfield, Royal Troon and Carnoustie Golf Links are revered for their historical importance, exceptional playing experiences, playability, memorable holes and remarkable land. Our favourites are Kingsbarns and Carnoustie which is often regarded as ‘Golf’s Greatest Test’.

Swilken Bridge, St Andrews
Gleneagles 9th green.webp


Perthshire boasts a wonderful array of exceptional inland courses set in some of the most stunning scenery in the whole of Scotland. There are around 40 golf courses in Perthshire itself, with the likes of Crieff, Alyth, & Pitlochry. Top of our list is Gleneagles where the first informal Ryder Cup was played in 1921. Another favourite is Rosemount at Blairgowrie, under 30 minutes drive away by car. The oldest royal golf club in the world, the Royal Perth was named by King William IV in 1833, is also close by in Perth. 

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