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Scotland’s Best
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Picture yourself walking the same fairways as legends like Nicklaus, Woods and McIlroy against the breathtaking backdrop of Royal Troon. Challenge yourself on the renowned links of Carnoustie, hailed as the pinnacle of links golf, or tee off at the iconic Old Course at St Andrews. Pairing these Open Championship venues with Scotland’s other stunning courses such as Kingsbarns, Dumbarnie, Royal Dornoch, and Cabot Highland’s Castle Stuart, promises an unparalleled golfing odyssey.

Yet, beyond the greens and fairways lies a land steeped in rich heritage and culture. Take a moment amidst your golfing escapades to savor Scotland’s proud traditions, indulge in delectable culinary delights, and sample the finest whiskies our nation has to offer.

Prepare yourself for an unforgettable golfing adventure in one of the world’s most picturesque settings. We eagerly await the opportunity to extend our warmest hospitality and welcome you to Scotland, the home of golf.

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Scotland’s top destinations

Home of The Old Course

St. Andrews

The undeniable pinnacle of the Home of Golf. This ancient city’s allure resonates deep within every golfer’s heart. Whether you’re a first-time transatlantic traveller or a seasoned enthusiast returning for the tenth time, the magnetic pull of St. Andrews is an irresistible force—one that’s difficult, if not impossible, to ignore.

Edinburgh &
East Lothian

The courses nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Edinburgh and East Lothian assert a compelling case as the genuine birthplace of golf. This is where the world’s two oldest golf clubs reside, with one – Muirfield – having etched the original rules of the game. Today, this club proudly graces The Open Championship rota and anchors a region lovingly dubbed “Scotland’s Golf Coast.

Home of Muirfield

Home of Royal Troon


Journey to the very roots of golf on Scotland’s west coast where the Open Championship first graced these historic shores in 1860. The Claret Jug still dances its way back to this golfing haven regularly, with Royal Troon hosting the spectacle most recently in July 2024. This region stands as a beacon for golf travellers, boasting a rich concentration of exceptional links courses.

The Highlands
& Aberdeen

Embark on a golfing odyssey to the north of Scotland where the echoes of golf have resonated for over four centuries. Here, the courses paint a diverse canvas, ranging from a perennial top-5 course in the world to wild and unruly links, partially tended to by livestock, to a modern classic barely a decade old. Yet, what truly distinguishes golf in this region is its unparalleled natural beauty, casting a spell that captivates all who venture here.

Home of Trump Aberdeen

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