Destination Guide

Golf guide to St Andrews, Fife, Angus and Perthshire

We spoke to the Golf Channel’s Mike Bailey and Canadian Golf Traveller’s Brian Kendall about some of their Scotland experiences. Hear about some of their favourites...

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Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR - St Andrews Links Authorized Provider

Soak up the on course history...

The Swilcan Bridge on the St Andrews Links Old Course

The Auld Grey Toun

St Andrews Castle

Discover another of Scotland's finest courses...

Kingsbarns Golf Links

The golfing heartland of Carnoustie and Angus

The Championship Course, Carnoustie Golf Club

Rolling hills and unrivalled tranquillity

If you’ve had enough of having a sea breeze blowing into your face, you can give your skin some relief by visiting the inland county of Perthshire. With its rolling hills and stunning countryside, there is an unrivalled tranquillity to the area. Playing here is the equivalent of golfing with your slippers on.

The Queen's Course, The Gleneagles Resort

Feeling inspired?
Scotland has much to offer golfers all across its expanse, there are so many great regions for a stay and play vacation. But if you were to only visit once, then Fife, Angus and Perthshire should be first on your list. It has everything!

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Chris Bowles

Senior Golf Vacation Specialist - UK & Ireland

Senior Golf Vacation Specialist, I help golfers find their ideal golfing getaway

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