It’s easy to see what makes this amazing country the ‘Home of Golf’ and why so many people want to play golf in Scotland. Beautiful scenery, top-class hotels and some of the best Championship golf courses on the planet combine to make Scotland golf trips so special. Whether it’s the world-famous links courses of Fife, Ayrshire or the Highlands, or the varied collection of immaculate parkland courses, your golf break in Scotland will not disappoint.
Golf breaks in Scotland are more than just stunning golf courses and beautiful views; the choice of luxury resorts like those found at Turnberry, Fairmont St Andrews and 2014 Ryder Cup venue Gleneagles also add to Scotland’s golfing appeal. The impressive Cameron House and Dalmahoy, as well as QHotels Westerwood, mean that you won't be stuck for choice when it comes to selecting a destination for a Scotland golf holiday.
When it comes to playing Championship links golf in Scotland, you really are spoilt for choice. From the iconic Open venues of Carnoustie, Prestwick, Turnberry, Muirfield and Troon – as well as the greatest tee-time of them, the Old Course at St Andrews – to the classic seaside courses such as Royal Dornoch, Cruden Bay and North Berwick, Scotland golf holidays are a pilgrimage that every golfer should take.
Whether it’s the Highlands, the West Coast, the Kingdom of Fife, Aberdeen or East Lothian – or anywhere in between – Scotland’s collection of great courses needs little introduction. Take on Scottish Open venues such as Gullane, Royal Aberdeen, Castle Stuart and the 2014 Ryder Cup host, Gleneagles. And don’t forget about the magnificent new addition to the roster, the spectacular Trump Scotland, which is already ranked in the Top 10 courses in GB&I.