St. Andrews & Turnberry
Play Crail Golf Society Stay 5 Star Fairmont St. Andrews
Welcome to Scotland
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.
The most visited golfing region of Scotland is on the east coast, gleaming with greats, St. Andrews with six other links courses owned by the Links Trust, also Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, Crail, St Andrews Bay, Scotscraig and Gleneagles which is hosting the 2014 Ryder Cup Matches.
More North lies Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay, Moray, Murcar and Fraserburgh.
Closer to Edinburgh City is East Lothian, featuring, Gullane, North Berwick, Dunbar, Craigielaw and Longniddry.
On the West Coast you can enjoy Turnberry, Royal Troon, Prestwick, Western Gailes, Glasgow Gailes, Irvine and Dundonald.
Heading to the Scottish Highlands will not disappoint. Amidst some the the most beautiful and inspiring scenery lies Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Castle Stuart, Tain, Brora, Golspie and the latest addition to the golf circuit Trump International Golf Links.
An unforgettable golfing experience that will live with you forever.
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Our customers say
Hi Kyra, Just a short note to thank you for our great golf trip. Accommodations were great, Especially liked the Killarney Park where the staff was exceptional.
Bob Salisbury, USA