Golfers from all around the world will be fantasising about planning their next holiday to the UK. And, with travel becoming more accessible for the time being, now is the best time to start planning your trip for 2023 (things are filling up fast!).
Golf Tours provide a much greater level of flexibility and allow you to play the courses you have always dreamed of playing. You can stay in city-centre locations and still experience bucket List golf courses whilst still being able to experience all of the buzz from bars and restaurants.
The Swilcan Bridge at The Old Course St Andrews, Royal Troon's Postage Stamp, and the stunning sequence of seaside holes at Old Tom Morris's Cruden Bay are just a few legendary and mind-blowing Scottish golf adventures that all dedicated golfers ought to append to their bucket list.
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The benefit of looking at bespoke golf tours is the greater control of how your budget is spent. In most cases, hotels in Europe will package golf and accommodation together, meaning that your golf is included as part of the package in the best part. We can work with you and your budget to build the ultimate golf trip on world-famous courses with a golf tour. Want to spend more on the golf courses and less on accommodation? We can get you on the Open Championship and Ryder Cup Courses no problem.
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Likewise, If you fancy super special accommodation and would rather us help you unlock the real hidden gem golf courses that are a great deal cheaper than the Championship courses.
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Our team consists of experienced golfers with over 45 years of experience between us in the industry. We pride ourselves on our knowledge of vetting every destination and hand-picking only the best venues for you.
Scotland has many different regions that are considered excellent for a customised golf tour.
Aberdeenshire (The North East) is great for the stunning scenery and extraordinary landscape. Here lie some of the world's most stunning links golf courses such as Royal Aberdeen Links, designed by top names in golf course architecture including Old Tom Morris, James Braid, and Dr. Martin Hawtree.
Ayrshire (The South West) is home to a wonderful collection of Open Championship courses. Turnberry, Royal Troon, and Prestwick. Take a ferry over to the Isle of Arran and play real hidden gems like Shiskine Golf and Tennis club and Machrie. Ayrshire is very accessible from Glasgow international airport or Glasgow Prestwick and incredible for links Golf.
Carnoustie Country (The South East) This is one of the finest areas to play golf in Scotland with 30 courses within a 40-minute drive, You can be teeing up at the famous championship links of Carnoustie Golf Course and still within 12 miles of the 'auld grey toon' for St Andrews Golf Breaks and the Kingdom of Fife.
East Lothian (The South) The best location for those wanting to experience the wonders of Edinburgh. Some amazing golf courses like Muirfield, Gullane No 1, and North Berwick Links. And with 21 golf courses in this region, Golfing in Scotland you can experience some true hidden gems.
The Highlands (The North) Experience the most rugged and beautiful landscapes in the whole country. A wealth of Scotland's more famous distilleries with Speyside not far away and Championship golf in the form of Nairn Golf Club, Royal Dornoch Golf Club, and Castle Stuart.
Fife & Angus Region (East Coast) The Fife and Angus region of Scotland is one of the most well known and perfect vacation spots for golfers. The area's milder weather compared to the West Coast makes it an excellent choice for a year-round challenge to play golf. There are opportunities to visit both well-known and hidden courses that will challenge even the most avid golfer. Discover links golf at St Andrews Old Course, Kingsbarns, Ladybank, St Andrews Castle, The Kittocks Course and many others
Scotland really does have a mixture of everything for everyone.
It goes without saying that combining a famous whiskey tasting at one of the many local distilleries is something that most golf groups will add to a Scottish Golf Tour.
Scotland, however, being located Surrounded by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, has fertile soil and crystal-clear rivers creating some of the best products for fine dining and eating out. We can arrange Loch and Castle tours, Spa Visits, Fine Dining Packages, Brewery, and Distillery tours and tastings, as well as many other authentic Scottish experiences to combine with the very best golf tour packages.
We can arrange private transfers for your group. Executive Mercedes Vitos with bottled water and a wee dram can be arranged upon request. They will service all major airports in Scotland should driving not be something that is not desired.
This completely varies. Playing the world's most famous courses do come at a premium. Tee times at The Ailsa course at Turnberry can reach as much as £350 per round in peak season, and courses of the same magnitude can also be a couple of hundred pounds for tee times in the summer months.
You can also, in turn, do a Scotland tour on a budget, With tons of hidden gem golf courses like Fraserburgh Golf Club and good city centre hotels costs can also be kept to a minimum.
The best thing to do is talk to one of our golf trip experts and have a good idea of your ideal budget. We can help bespoke build tours to fit your required budget and have expert knowledge of excellent golf courses and can give you a good idea of what is achievable.