Scotland golf tours

Experience the best of Scotland on your next customized golf tour

The ‘Home of Golf’ is high up on any golf fanatic’s bucket-list and for good reason. Nowhere else in the world boasts such an incredibly high quality and quantity of courses, with so much history and prestige waiting to be discovered at each and every layout.

We’ve put together tailor-made golf trips based on the most popular packages with our customers. From travelling across the country and ticking off Open Championship courses along the way, to experiencing the iconic coastlines of St Andrews and East Lothian, historical, customized Scotland golf tours await!

Why book a Scotland golf tour?

  • Experience the 'Home of Golf', with layouts dating back to the 15th century
  • Play seven past & present Open Championship courses
  • Visit the local sights, from whiskey distilleries to Edinburgh Castle
  • Enjoy breath-taking scenery & quaint Scottish towns/villages
  • Save time with our hassle-free golf trip planning service
  • Receive guaranteed best prices with no extra booking fees or taxes
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Customized Scotland golf tours

Popular Scotland golf tour destinations

St Andrews

From walking across the Swilcan Bridge to playing world’s best & most historic links courses, come visit the ‘Home of Golf’ for yourself.

Edinburgh & East Lothian

Combine the world-famous city of Edinburgh with Scotland’s famous golf coast and play the likes of Muirfield, Gullane & many more.

South West Scotland

Complete with spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde coastline & three Open Championship courses, the south-west is an iconic golf destination.

Scottish Highlands

Home to world-renowned links courses like Royal Dornoch and Castle Stuart, there is more to the prehistoric Highlands than Loch Ness.


Perfect for a Scottish golf tour, Aberdeen offers classic links courses along with great bars, restaurants & nightlife in its lively town center.

What makes a Scotland golf tour so special?

Scotland is blessed with beautiful scenery, a rich culture, and exciting town/city centers. But most importantly, this is the birthplace of the game and somewhere every golfer must visit at least once in their lifetime.

A Scottish golf tour is perfect for experiencing a variety of courses and course types, first-class hospitality, local beer and whiskey, and a plethora of exciting locations. What’s more, most of our golf tours combine multiple destinations, so whether you’re looking to travel across the country and play every Open Championship course, or work your way from the Scottish Highlands down to Edinburgh & East Lothian, we offer customizable golf tours tailored to your preference and budget.

Where to play on your Scottish golf tour?

Keen golfers will be most aware of the town of St Andrews, with the famous Old Course as the focal point. This is a great location for experiencing the true nature of the game while also benefitting from a large array of pubs, first-class restaurants, and historical landmarks. The selection of courses in and around the town is perhaps unrivaled by anywhere else in the world, with seven layouts located at St Andrews Links, and the likes of Kingsbarns, Carnoustie and many more within easy reach.

Slightly further south, Edinburgh & East Lothian provides the perfect place to twin both golf and sightseeing. Not only will you be stationed in one of Europe’s best cities, but you will be on the doorstep of Scotland’s famous golf coast (East Lothian), which is home to Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick.

On the other side of the country, in south-west Scotland, Ayrshire boasts its own fantastic selection of golf courses with three Open Championship courses, past and present. Turnberry, Royal Troon and Prestwick are all within close proximity, while Western Gailes and Dundonald Links are exceptional additions to your tour.

If you’re looking to experience the wild and untamed side of Scotland, then the Highlands is the perfect place to do it. Not only can you play some of the oldest courses in the country such as Royal Dornoch and Nairn, but there is so much to see off the course. The famous Loch Ness is a beautiful location to visit, as is Cairngorms National Park, Isle of Skye and the general surrounding landscape. There are also a host of Whiskey distilleries that are great to visit.