UK golf tours

Explore the Home of Golf, play iconic courses & enjoy the vibrant nightlife

If you’re looking to play golf in its purest form and experience the true history of the sport, then there is nothing quite like a golf tour in the UK & Ireland. Here at Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR, we offer a fantastic range of personalized golf tours that are tailored to suit your preference and budget.

We’ve put together some incredible customized golf tour itineraries, ranging from 7 to 10 nights, where you can start ticking off some bucket-list courses. From tours that encapsulate all of Scotland’s Open Championship venues to playing the royal trio along England’s famous golf coast, browse the packages below to experience the true Home of Golf.

Why book a UK golf tour with Golfbreaks?

  • Play Open Championship courses & hidden gems around the UK & Ireland
  • Visit new & exciting destinations, ticking off bucket-list courses along the way
  • Enjoy city or town center accommodation & be at the heart of the action
  • Get tailor-made recommendations & itineraries from our Vacation Specialists
  • 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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What is a UK golf tour?

From staying in city or town center accommodation and sampling the local nightlife, to playing the very best courses in the world, a UK golf tour is simply phenomenal. Be it heathland, links, or parkland, a golf tour ensures you have flexibility on price, accommodation, and the type of courses you play.

Start your trip on the south-west coast of Scotland and travel across the country to St Andrews or Edinburgh, there really is no limit to what you can play or do.

Here at Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR, we offer some of the most awe-inspiring golf destinations in the UK & Ireland. If you’re looking for the best way to play through your bucket list, a UK golf tour is perfect. Simply give us a call and we can build tailor-made itineraries to make your next golf tour one to remember.

What makes a UK golf tour so special?

A golf tour across the pond is like no other, with that deep sense of history combined with the best links courses in the world. Not only can you play past and present Open Championship venues across, but you can also experience jaw-dropping landscapes, new cuisines and sample the local nightlife wherever you choose to stay.

Enjoy a fresh pint of Guinness in Dublin, sample the finest whiskey and haggis in Scotland, or work your way down the iconic Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s beautiful west coast. Pair world-class golf with new and exciting experiences on your next golf tour.

Some of the best UK golf tour destinations include:

  • Highlands, Scotland – Explore one of the most famous regions in Scotland with a great collection of stunning links courses.
  • East Lothian, Scotland – Nestled along the coast you’ll find 22 courses within 30 miles. How many will you play on your golf tour?
  • St Andrews, Scotland – Steeped in history, you’ll be walking in the footsteps of the world’s greatest golfers. The Home of Golf speaks for itself.
  • Aberdeen, Scotland – Discover one of Scotland largest cities. Enjoy great value golf & indulge in the local bars & restaurants.
  • South West Scotland – Play three Open Championship courses & be amazed by the outstanding natural beauty of Scotland.
  • Northern Ireland – Home to the likes of Royal Portrush & Royal County Down, the golf courses here are next level.
  • Southport, England – Known as ‘England’s Golf Coast’, this region is teeming with world-famous championship designs & Royal courses.
  • Kent, England – With an esteemed reputation as one of the best golfing destinations in the UK, Kent is a great place for a golf tour.
  • Wales – Unspoilt views, a Ryder Cup course & great value make this beautiful country one of the best UK destinations.

Truly, any part of the British Isles you choose to travel to, you’ll be guaranteed two things – a warm welcome and golf courses that are unlike anything you can find closer to home.

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