Golf In Scotland – Where It All Began!

Turnberry Ailsa

The Turnberry Ailsa Course is a well-known golf course that has played host to The Open Championship many times. Named after the landmark rock “Ailsa Craig”, the holes from 4 through 11, playing alongside the sea, are among the most beautiful & demanding in the World. Last hosted Open in 2009 when Tom Watson lost in playoff to Stewart Cink

Royal Aberdeen 

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Aberdeen, Scotland, was founded in 1780 and claims to be the sixth oldest golf club in the world. The 2011 home to the Walker Cup, Royal Aberdeen is another majestic links course.

“It represented a huge gap in my golfing education not to have played Royal Aberdeen until now – much more than a good golf course, a noble links”

Bernard Darwin

St Andrews Old Course

The Spirtual home of GolfMecca of Golf, the Worlds most famous golf course, the mother of Golf & so on. 18 Time Major Winner Jack Nicklaus has said of the Old Course. “I fell in love with it the first day I played it. There is just no other golf course that is remotely close.”

Scotland Golf Package

Golf Courses

Royal DornochCruden BayNairn Golf ClubRoyal AberdeenBroraCastle Stuart
MuirfieldNorth BerwickGullaneDunbar
Turnberry AilsaRoyal TroonPrestwickGlasgow GailesWestern GailesMachrihanish
St. Andrews OldSt. Andrews NewSt. Andrews JubileeSt. Andrews CastleCrailCarnoustieKingsbarnsGleneagles