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Golf in Scotland

Experience a truly unique atmosphere as you share our golfing odyssey around the homeland of Golf, with the option to play the fabled courses of St Andrews (Handicap requirement 24 for men/36 for women) or Gleneagles.

However some would claim that the real magic of the Scottish golf experience lies in the atmosphere and tranquility of the coastal golf East of Edinburgh or in the North or in the Hebrides.

Dornoch Golf Club

1. Around Edinburgh

Beginning at Muirfield (H18. described by Jack Nicklaus as “the best golf course in Britain”), East Lothian offers a wealth of contrasting links overlooking the North Sea: North Berwick West Links (H 24/36), Glen Golf Course, Archerfield Links, Eyemouth Golf, Dunbar Golf are but a few – it’s your choice what to put on your wish list!

2. The North

Royal Dornoch is a must play! Then we take you along the stunning Moray Firth coastline from Brora and Golspie to Fortrose, Castle Stuart, Nairn and Elgin, one of the finest routes in Europe for spotting dolphins and a range of whale species – many of which come within metres of the shoreline. Not forgetting, of course, Dunrobin Castle and the world-renowned Glenmorangie Distillery.

3. The Special One – Whisky & Golf

Breathtaking coastlines demand tough golfers and forge extraordinary golf courses. So it is Machrie and Ardfin on the Isles of Islay and Jura which will challenge your skill! Combined with very specials Whisky experiences and the choice between nine distilleries it is just a luxury connoisseur tour.

Discuss the possibilities with us. We design a tour outside of the ordinary for you.