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Golf Scotland – Stunning scenery in the Home of Golf

St. Andrews Old Golf Course

Golfing in Scotland is an emotional journey. Scotland is not only the home of golf, but it boasts of stunning countryside, coastlines and islands, and a rich history revealed through well-preserved castles, manor houses, and battle sites. Venerable whisky distilleries welcome the visitor to learn their secrets and sample their wares. Historic cities, such as Edinburgh, welcome travelers to historic hotels and up-to-date restaurants serving foods featuring local sourced foods.

Regions of Scotland

The golf traveler is received at world’s most famous courses, many of them noble, historic clubs, located in five distinct but connected golf regions throughout Scotland.


Carnoustie Championship Course

St. Andrews and the Kingdom of Fife

A visit to St Andrews is considered by many as the ultimate in golf. In addition to the seven courses of St Andrews Links, there are many other nearby courses that provide the true Scottish golfing experience such as Kingsbarns, Crail and the challenging Carnoustie just an hour’s drive north. Carnoustie Golf Links at left.


Gullane Golf Club

East Lothian

Just east of Edinburgh is a wonderful stretch of golf and history. Key golf courses include Muirfield, one of the world’s best, Gullane, and North Berwick, all overlooking the Firth of Forth. Gullane No. 1 at left.


Turnberry Alisa Golf Course

Southwest Scotland

Some of Scotland’s most famous golf courses are in this beautiful region featuring coastal dunes and the mix of parkland, heathland and moorland courses. It’s the home of Robert Burns and three of the world’s best known links courses along the Firth of Clyde coast: Turnberry Ailsa, Royal Troon and Prestwick Golf Club. Turnberry Ailsa Course at left.


Castle Stuart

The Highlands and Inverness area

Golf is a special experience in the far north of Scotland. The summer days are long and many golfers play two rounds on the excellent courses, or they reserve the extra time for visiting castles, historic sites or whisky distilleries. Key golf courses are Royal Dornoch, Nairn, and Castle Stuart. Royal Dornoch Golf Club at left.


Cruden Bay Golf Club

Northwest coast and Aberdeen area

Northeast of St Andrews along the North Sea lay some of the finest links courses in the world. Traveling there takes the golfer through historic, scenic Scotland and to outstanding courses such as Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay, and Trump International Golf Links. Cruden Bay golf club at left.



Learn more about the golf courses in Scotland.

Sample Scotland Tours

Southwest Scotland and St Andrews – Famous British Open Courses
Play four of the top six ranked Scottish courses; enjoy Scottish villages and historic Edinburgh. 8 day, 7 night tour. Six rounds of golf with options. Golfers starting at $3,095. Click here for more details

St Andrews and the Scottish Highlands
Combining the famous courses of St Andrews with traditional golf in the beautiful far north of Scotland, this tour lets the golfer experience some of the best links golf anywhere. 9 day, 8-night tour. Five rounds of golf. Golfers starting at $3,295. Click here for more details

The Aberdeenshire coast and St Andrews
In addition to the famous St Andrews courses, this tour adds three outstanding links on the North Sea—Cruden Bay, Royal Aberdeen, and Trump International. 8 days, 7 nights, 6 rounds of golf. Golfers starting at $3,195. Click here for more details


Your own tour
Let us customize one of these tours for your group or help you create your own. Start planning your golf tour with a no-obligation custom proposal designed to fit your needs.

Our Scotland Golf Tour Package Includes

  • All rounds of golf with guaranteed tee times.
  • Accommodations (deluxe or first class) with full Scottish breakfast daily.
  • Automobile or van with automatic transmission, CDW insurance and unlimited mileage; OR driver and vehicle to suit the needs of your group.
  • Classic Heritage Golf Tours guest and information pack.
  • All local taxes & baggage handling throughout.
  • Detailed itinerary and travel instructions, vouchers for each hotel and golf course, directions, suggestions for tours and places to visit.
  • Oversee of your trip 24/7 by tour professionals.


Scotland golf course map

Photos From Scotland

Carnoustie Championship Golf CourseRoyal Dornoch Golf CourseCruden Bay Golf Golf ClubGullane Golf ClubGleneagles Golf CoursePrestwick Golf CourseAberdeen Golf CourseSt. Andrews Golf CourseTurnberry Alisa Golf CourseMuirfield Golf CourseRoyal Troon Golf Course