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Golf Breaks in Scotland

April 25, 2017

Scotland’s east and west coasts have abundant links courses that are so inherently Scottish; famous courses from Open Championship history such as St Andrews, Carnoustie and Turnberry offer golf vacations to scotland with a slice of history in golf’s home, while Gleneagles’ Perthshire landscape offers unrivalled beauty with breathtaking views not to mention the local scenery for they all important “non golf days”.

Scotland is bursting with hidden gems – Pumpherston, Deer Park and Dalmahoy come highly recommended to truly sample Scottish Golf. Hundreds of years of golfing heritage are combined with the legendary Scottish hospitality, ensuring that for those fortunate enough to experience a golf break in Scotland, it will be an incredible experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity for not only the Golfer but the non golfer too who can experience stunning landscapes and architecture in Scotland’s capital City of Edinburgh, Visit Loch Ness and search for the famous Loch Ness Monster or visit our numorous Castles and Glens.

Whether it is Ryder Cup venues (Muirfield – 1973 & Gleneagles – 2014) or Open Championship venues (no less than 7 courses have hosted the event), a golf trip to Scotland is one that is sure to satisfy any Championship golf experiences as well as providing a host of luxury 5 star resorts to base yourself in for both golf and spa breaks.