Bucket-list Scotland & Ireland golf trips

Explore bucket-list golf trips across the pond

Both Scotland and Ireland are high up on most golfers’ bucket-list as they have some of the oldest and most historic golf courses in the world. The different styles and architecture of layouts are very hard to replicate stateside which makes a golf trip overseas a unique experience.

While golf may be the main reason for the trip, the locations themselves are also a big draw for many golfers. Many Americans can trace our heritage back to the UK and/or Ireland, so sightseeing and tourism when not on the golf course is also a driving factor.

Why book a Scotland & Ireland golf trip?

  • Play world-class links courses in either country
  • Make your own history by playing Open Championship courses
  • Experience the scenery, tourism, & culture when not on the course
  • Customized trips with advice and recommendations from our travel experts
  • Save time with our hassle-free trip planning service
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Popular UK & Ireland golf destinations

St Andrews

Southwest Ireland

Edinburgh & East Lothian

Northern Ireland

Experience all the Emerald Island has to offer

A trip to the Republic of Ireland is something that everyone should experience at least once. From popular destinations with big-name courses in the South West and Dublin to some hidden gems in the North West, Ireland has something for every golfer.

Off the course, the culture and tourism that Ireland has to offer will ensure that you have a well-rounded experience no matter where you go. You can do day trips to the Ring of Kerry and Cliffs of Mohr or stay in the Dublin area and experience all the history of the city.

From the North to the South, Scottish golf will amaze you

Home of the iconic St Andrews and all its history, Scotland has a wide variety of golf across the country. From Turnberry in the Southwest to Muirfield near Edinburgh to Cruden Bay in Aberdeen, a trip to Scotland will be worth your while. Enjoy the feeling of walking in the footsteps of legends while you are playing some Open Championship courses or discover hidden gems in some of the most unlikely of places.

Off the course, history and culture can be found wherever you look and there are many golf resorts that offer first-class amenities and activities to enjoy during your trip.