Highlands can be a great addition to a St. Andrews based trip, or a destination in and of itself, with spectacular courses that include Royal Dornoch, Nairn, and Castle Stuart. This is also a great location for Whisky tours and other famous Scottish tourist attractions.
Aberdeen is home to several fantastic and challenging links courses including Royal Aberdeen, Trump Aberdeen, and Cruden Bay. With excellent lodging options as well, this is a great region to spend a few days in combination with another region.
St. Andrews known as the “Home of Golf” is where most golfers start their golfing experience in Scotland. We can help you get one of the limited guaranteed tee times at the Old Course, and build a great week of golf around that. Couple it with nearby Carnoustie to hit two British Open Courses in one week. Most trips include a few rounds in the St. Andrews along with a few more in one of the neighboring regions below.
East Lothian is a golfer’s paradise, home to some of the greatest courses in Scotland, like Muirfield, North Berwick, and Gullane. With many hotel options near the courses, and the beautiful sights of Edinburgh just around the corner, this is a region you must visit on one of your trips to Scotland.
Ayrshire is a great place to start or finish your golf trip to Scotland. You may want to even schedule your entire trip in this great region which is home to two of the current British Open courses, Royal Troon and Turnberry, along with Preswick, the original home to the British Open.
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has enough great golf to stay here for your entire trip, or package it with one of the other regions. Portmarnock, Royal Dublin, and the Island are some of the great courses close to Dublin, and a little further north, treat yourself to Royal County Down and Ardglass.
reland is the place to go if you want to play several rounds of world class links golf without moving around a whole lot. Groups typically stay in Killarney and use our private coach service to play a number of courses within the area, including Ballybunion, Lahinch, Old Head and many others. You can also spend a few nights outside of Killarney to experience even more of the region.