Scotland Golf Packages

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Scotland gave birth to the modern game of golf, perhaps as early as the 15th century, and consequently it is affectionately known as the “Home of Golf.” Remove the historical context though, and the moniker is still appropriate, as golf courses are more intricately woven into the fabric of the country than in any other place earth. Visiting golfers will sense the history tied to the game’s origins, but will also be inspired by the game’s widespread appeal across a nation of golf enthusiasts.

Whether you know exactly what you want or know nothing at all, we’re here to help you plan an amazing Scotland golf trip!

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Top Trips

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St. Andrews – The Home of Golf*


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Golf Courses:
St. Andrews-Old, Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, St. Andrews-New, Dumbarnie, Crail-Balcomie

Scotland’s crown golfing jewel, St. Andrews, is affectionately called the Home of Golf to honor its ties to the origins of the game. The town is actually home to Scotland’s oldest university but it is its famous golf courses that have shaped its identity. Of course, history is integral to the experience. However, recent modern developments like Kingsbarns and Dumbarnie have elevated the St. Andrews area to new heights.

Northern Scotland*


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Golf Courses:
Royal Dornoch, Carnoustie, Cruden Bay, Castle Stuart, Royal Aberdeen-Balgownie, Trump Scotland

This tasteful route around Scotland’s north coast circles the country’s mountainous Highlands terrain while weaving through the world’s primary Scotch-producing region. The itinerary showcases the most scenic courses Scotland has to offer, including the towering dunes of Aberdeenshire’s best links along with perennial World top 10 contender Royal Dornoch. An epitome of idyllic Scotland, this trip is always a client favorite.

Southwest Scotland*


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Golf Courses
Turnberry-Alisa, Royal Troon-Old, Prestwick, Western Gailes, Machrihanish, Machrihanish Dunes

The most concentrated collection of Open venues is actually in Scotland’s southwest, including the championship’s first host Prestwick, as well as its most sumptuous, Turnberry. We recommend spending several days experiencing the history of Ayrshire before journeying to the somewhat remote peninsula of Kintyre, where a magical golfing adventure awaits.

St. Andrews + Northern Scotland*


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Golf Courses:
Royal Dornoch, Carnoustie, Cruden Bay, St. Andrews, Nairn, Elie

Old Tom Morris’ greatest legacy may be his work as a golf course designer and you can follow in Old Tom’s footsteps and visit some of Scotland’s finest members clubs; each one simple but filled with character, challenging albeit quirky, and historic yet friendly. Our favorite Old Tom itinerary features the best of his work from St. Andrews up towards the beautiful Scottish Highlands and we think you will love it.

St. Andrews + Southwest Scotland*


*limited availability for 2024, book now for 2025

Golf Courses:
St. Andrews, Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, Turnberry, Royal Troon, Prestwick

The Kingdom of Fife is home to St. Andrews, the Home of Golf, but it is more than a one trick pony. The area’s North Sea shoreline is littered with some of the world’s oldest golf clubs and, in fact, you can fill just about any length itinerary with courses that have been around for more than 100 years. Above all else, history is integral to the Scottish golfing experience and Fife stands alone when it comes to showcasing the game’s past.

St. Andrews + East Lothian*


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Golf Courses:
Muirfield, North Berwick, St. Andrews, Kingsbarns, Carnoustie

Less than an hour east of Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh lies some of the country’s most historic and beautiful golfing real estate, highlighted by Muirfield and North Berwick. This trip is ideal for those looking to see the fascinating city of Edinburgh AND play some of Scotland’s best and most famous links.

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