Scotland golf tours
Tick off this bucket list location and embark on a Scotland golf tour
It needs no introduction, the ‘Home of Golf’ is one of a kind and nowhere else in the world offers so much heritage alongside such an exceptionally high standard of courses.
Take a look at our tailor-made Scotland golf breaks based on the most popular packages with our customers. Experience first-hand the iconic Fife coastline, home to St Andrews and Kingsbarns, or combine history with incredible golf in East Lothian. The perfect Scotland golf tour awaits you!
Why book a Scotland golf tour?
- Experience the 'Home of Golf', with layouts dating back to the 15th century
- Visit the local sights, from whiskey distilleries to Edinburgh Castle
- Save time with our hassle-free golf trip planning service
- Enjoy breath-taking scenery & quaint Scottish towns/villages
- Play past & present Open Championship venues
- Immerse yourself in the legendary Scottish hospitality
Popular Scotland golf tour packages
Top destinations for a Scotland golf tour
What makes a Scotland golf tour so special?
It’s where the game began, and a golf tour in Scotland is something truly special that every golfer should experience at least once! Immerse yourself in a variety of course types, including links courses and Open Championship venues. Enjoy the warm welcomes and beautiful surroundings, as well as visiting nearby whiskey distilleries and tasting rooms to try out the locally brewed beer and whiskey!
Our experts are here to find you your perfect package for the very best price, and you can extend your package to create a bucket-list golf experience!
Where to play on your Scottish golf tour?
The famous town of St Andrews is an ideal location for experiencing the true nature of the game whilst also being surrounded by beautiful settings, historical landscapes, first-class restaurants, and a large array of pubs! The quality of courses is incredible and is perhaps unrivalled by anywhere else in the world, with Kingsbarns, Carnoustie, and many more within easy reach!
Alternatively, embark on a journey to the north and experience the Highlands! As well as playing world-famous layouts like Royal Dornoch and Castle Stuart, there is an abundance of sights to see off the course. Take a hike in the Cairngorms National Park, visit the Isle of Skye or try and spot the famous Nessie in Loch Ness!
Nearer the south in the capital, Edinburgh & East Lothian offer the perfect hub for mixing golf and sightseeing together. With easy access to one of Europe’s top cities, as well as Scotland’s famous golf coast at East Lothian, you won’t be disappointed!
Over in the South West of Scotland, the three past and present Open Championship courses in Ayrshire are not to be missed. Turnberry, Royal Troon and Prestwick are all nearby, and Western Gailes and Dundonald Links are excellent additions to your golf tour!