Golf Trips to Scotland

Scotland Golf Breaks

There are golf clubs in Scotland that can trace their history back hundreds of years, courses that were established in the early 1900s are considered new!

Scotland is considered by many to be the Home of Golf, it was after all, where it all began.

The Scots are proud of their golfing history and are one of the most friendly and welcoming people in the world. They are keen to talk, whether it’s advice on how to play a particular hole, or about which whisky to chose for that post game drink…because to have “a wee dram” in an old Scottish club house after a windswept day on a seaside course is something very special indeed…

We organise golf tours to several Scottish cities and locations. If you are interested in something that isn’t listed please contact us.

Scotland is more than “just” golf though. Fantastic landscape, more old castles per square mile than anywhere else, and a world-renowned whisky production ensures that many visitors often like to combine their golf with some sightseeing.

We will happily recommend and arrange day trips or tours, either self-driving or with one of our drivers.

Being Brits, and just down the road, we are not only experts on the well known courses like St Andrews, Royal Troon, Prestwick and Carnoustie but are also passionate about the perhaps smaller, less well known places with golf that can easily rival the above.

We work with clubs in all areas of Scotland, from Dornoch in the north Highlands to Ayrshire in the west, East Lothian in the south east and all of the east coast all the way up to Aberdeen, including St Andrews.

Our Favourite Scottish Courses