The magic of playing golf in Scotland.
Scotland is just different – different atmosphere- different turf – different weather – different challenge and different enjoyment. Then add in fabulous courses like the Old Course at St. Andrews, Muirfield, Kingsbarns, Royal Dornoch. Now you are set for the golf tour of a lifetime.
We will give free advice on Scottish Courses to give you the best possible experience
The Old Course at St. Andrews is very special and worth the effort to get a tee off time. If the Old Course is not available, there are the other great courses in St. Andrews – the New Course (1895), the Eden or the Jubilee as well as other newer courses like the Castle or just outside St. Andrews, the renowned Kingsbarns.
Single day golf tours from Edinburgh to play St. Andrews, Carnoustie, Royal Troon, Muirfield, Gleneagles. Kingsbarns, North Berwick, Ladybank.
Longer golf tours in Scotland could include Turnberry, Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Prestwick Old, Western Gailes, Dundonald and for real travellers, Macrihanish and Machrie.
We can combine golfing with tours of the best scenery or visits to castles, palaces and other interesting places so if some of your group do not play golf, no one need be bored! We try to ensure a good mix of courses – some testing, some relaxing but it is all for your enjoyment and yours is the final choice.
|Seaside links. The original links courses built on sand beside the sea. Kingsbarns, Royal Dornoch, North Berwick, Nairn, Southerness, Western Gailes, Dundonald, Prestwick, Gullane Nos. 1, 2 & 3, Cruden Bay, Kintyre, Troon Lochgreen St. Andrews New & Jubilee, Tain, Macrihanish, Moray Old, Dunbar, Machrie, Fortrose, Nairn Dunbar, Irvine Bogside, The Golf House Club(Elie), Lundin Links, Leven, Crail Balcomie, Scotscraig Monifieth, Montrose, Panmure, Murcar.
Heathland. On a light soil usually with Pine trees and heather. Ladybank, Rosemount, Landsdowne, Gleneagles, Auchterarder, Lanark, Edzell, Alyth, Boat of Garten, Spey Valley.
Parkland. On heavier soils often with larger deciduous trees. Dalmahoy, Roxburghe, Elgin, Inverness, Duff House Royal, Downfield, Murrayshall, Taymouth Castle, Glenbervie, Letham Grange, Dunblane, Royal Burgess, Bruntsfield, St. Andrews Bay. Largs, Hilton Park, Balbirnie Park, Lanark.
Hill. Usually well drained but requiring more effort to great views. Muckhart, Pitlochry, Dunkeld, Merchants, Strathpeffer.