Come and play golf in the home of the game, bonnie Scotland!
Dublin And The East
FROM 4 NIGHTS & 3 ROUNDS OF GOLF
The southwest of Scotland is home to 3 Open Championship courses. The first ever (British) Open Championship was held at Prestwick Golf Club in 1860 with the Champion Golfer of the year Being Willie Park. Turnberry and Royal Troon also have held Open Championships.. Don’t forget a quick trip over to Machrihanish for the Old Course and Machrihanish Dunes.
No golf trip to Scotland is complete without a visit to the capital city, Edinburgh. The city itself is steeped in Scottish history and offers plenty of opportunity for sightseeing, shopping, and sampling of a “wee dram.” Just 45 minutes drive east of Edinburgh are over 20 golf courses located on the Firth of Forth, which is affectionately known as “Scotland’s Golf Coast”
Often overlooked, the central area of Scotland is like a no mans land as it has no links courses. But it holds gems like the venue of the Ryder Cup, Gleneagles, Murrayshall and the Carrick, located on the banks of Loch Lomond. A place you would definitely want to “play through” on your way from one area of Scotland to another.
The northern highlands of Scotland are steeped in history. Known for breathtaking scenery, the famous Loch Ness, and many whiskey distilleries, the north is easy to reach with daily flights into Aberdeen and Inverness. The “Highland Exposure” offers some of the best, and most challenging, championship golf courses that Scotland has to offer.