Scotland, the home of golf conjures up a deep passion for the ardent golfer and is a must visit at least once in your lifetime. To walk down the fairway of the first hole at St. Andrews Old Course for your first time will raise the hairs on your neck - guaranteed. It is on everyone's Bucket List.
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When one considers the array of fabulous golf links in Scotland such as St Andrews Old Course, St Andrews Castle Course, Kingsbarns, Carnoustie, Troon, Turnberry, Gleneagles, Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, and the best kept secret Cruden Bay Links, it is no wonder that Scotland has so many courses that feature on the Open Championship roster.
Greenfees are expensive but when one considers the once in a lifetime thrill of playing these famous and great golf courses and the indelible memory it creates - it is worth every penny. After all we are a long time dead!
Our annual itinerary, which has been carefully developed over the years with the South African golfer in mind, features many of these great golf courses, sometimes in conjunction with The Open Championship.
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Featured Golf Courses in Scotland
Carnoustie Golf Course, Scotland is one of the most venerated courses on The Open Championship roster.
Glowing praise has been heaped on Carnoustie Links by so many of the great professionals who regard it as very tough but fair.
Carnoustie Golf Course has a reputation as the best bu.../
Castle Stuart Golf Course is sitated near to Inverness and the Scottish Highlands
This new course designed by Mark Parsinnen and Gil Hanse is a masterpiece of golf architecture that is both visually breathtaking and a fine test of golf. When walking onto this course it is diffi.../
Cruden Bay Golf Links is a golfing connoisseurs links, carved out of the natural seaside dunes just north of Aberdeen
Originally designed by the legendary Old Tom Morries and Archie Simpson, Cruden Bay is a traditional Scottish links golf course only two hours drive from St Andrews.
Kingsbarns Golf Course is just 7 miles from the town of St. Andrews and a must play course during your visit to the Home of Golf.
One of the best links courses in the World it features in the top 100 around the globe.
With such a reputation as to be expected it is also one.../
Royal Dornoch Championship Course was ranked No.6 in the world and No.1 in Scotland by Golf Digest 2014
Probably the only reason it does not feature on The Open Championship Rota is because of its remoteness and lack of nearby facilities to cater for the mass of spectators that each Open.../
St. Andrews Castle Course is the latest addition to the St. Andrews stable of 7 golf links.
It is the most challenging and scenic of all of the St. Andrews golf courses and a delight to play.
This beautiful links was opened in 2008 joining what is the largest public golfing complex i.../
S. Andrews Old Course - The Home of Golf
This course is on everyone's Bucket List
The Old Course is the oldest and best known golf course in the world yet it is a public course, open to everyone - at a price.
It is expensive but worth every penny. The exhilerating feeling of .../
Featured Accommodation in Scotland
Golf View Hotel & Spa has beautiful views over the Moray Firth and Black Isle and situated adjacent the renowned Nairn Golf Course.
The excellent 4 star Kilmarnock Arms in Cruden Bay has been welcoming guests for over 120 years and is our choice of accommodation when playing the superb Cruden Bay Links..
One of the best kept secrets in St. Andrews, Agness Blackadder Hall - at St. Andrews University is ideal for the visiting Golfer looking for good accommodation at an affordable price.
Within walking distance to the Old Course and the beach it is ideally positioned for golf in St. Andrews and ...