Why Golf in Scotland?

It is one of the most hauntingly beautiful places in the world…

JK Rowling

Play golf and pay homage to where it all started. Over six centuries ago, Scotland began the game of golf on its link lands, shared it with the world, and never looked back. It was in the Middle Ages Scotland where golf was first recorded, known back then as ‘gawf’. Golf has continued to be part of their culture and enjoys popularity across social strata.

It hosts the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world such as The Open Championship and The Women’s British Open. It has over 550 diverse courses that include parkland courses, links courses, heathland courses, and more.

It is only fitting to have your next travel adventure to the home of golf itself – Scotland. A mix of history, scenery, fascinating culture, and whisky is a great complement to an unforgettable golf trip.

Top 10 Courses

  1. St. Andrews Golf Course – St. Andrews
  2. Kingsbarns Golf Links – Fife
  3. Turnberry – Ayrshire
  4. Carnoustie Golf Links – Carnoustie
  5. Royal Troon – South Ayrshire
  6. Muirfield Links – East Lothian
  7. Trump International Golf Links – Aberdeenshire
  8. Royal Aberdeen Golf Club – Aberdeen
  9. Loch Lomond Golf Club – Loch Lomond
  10. Gleneagles Golf Courses – Auchterarder