Fall in love with the game all over again in Scotland, the birthplace of golf

Why book a Scotland golf vacation?

  • Scotland is the home of golf and where the game began
  • Incredible historic courses dating back to the 15th century
  • More golf courses per capita than anywhere else in the world
  • Play five current Open Championship courses
  • Breath-taking scenery, majestic castles & great pubs
  • Legendary Scottish hospitality & friendly welcome
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Popular golf destinations in Scotland

Popular destinations

    Open Championship venues

      St Andrews

        South West Scotland

          Edinburgh & East Lothian



                The history of the game begins here

                Why choose a golf vacation in Scotland?

                Explore by map

                Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

                Play the best golf courses in Scotland

                Discover Scotland's luxury golf resorts & stunning hotels

                Golf travel tips for Scotland

                Best months for golfing weather:

                May to September

                Best months for value:

                April & October

                Most popular months:

                May, June & September

                Our experts recommend:


                Add a little extra to your golf vacation in Scotland

                Aside from the golf, Scotland is an exciting and enchanting country to explore, with so much to see and do. From the abundance of historic castles, tartan mills and whisky distilleries, it is a magical land filled with myth and legend.

                From the spectacular countryside, littered with breath-taking mountains, lochs and glens to the lively cities, Scotland is graced with unlimited sightseeing opportunities. Perhaps on your travels you will spot the legendary Loch Ness Monster, or encounter a tartan kilted Highlander or hear the unmistakable sound of bagpipes.

                Wherever you go you are in for a real treat.