The history of golf in Scotland is palpable. The first evidence of golf in Scotland was recorded in 1457 and so you can understand why Scotland is a country that lives and breathes the game. Scotland is famed for its historic Open Championship venue, such as St Andrews, Muirfield, Royal Troon, Trump Turnberry and Carnoustie with a wealth of other masterpieces to explore.
The most visited golfing area of Scotland is the Eastern region, gleaming with greats, St. Andrews with six other links courses owned by the Links Trust, also Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, Crail, St Andrews Fairmont, Scotscraig, Elie, Leven, Lundin Links and Gleneagles which hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup Matches.
Heading towards the North East and Highland region lies one of our favourite areas for golf in Scotland. This beautiful and inspiring part is littered with so many stunning golf courses. Royal Aberdeen, Trump Aberdeen, Cruden Bay, Moray, Murcar and Fraserburgh. Heading into the Highlands to add to your golfing adventure wonderful layouts include Castle Stuart, Nairn, Boat of Garten, Golspie, Brora, Moray, Tain and the magnificent Royal Dornoch.