Golf Breaks Scotland
Scotland Golf Breaks. The Home of Golf. The first record of golf in Scotland dates from the 15th century (back then it was known as ‘gowf’). In 1764 the Links at St Andrews (now known as the Old Course).
With a legacy that spans six centuries, there is no finer place to play a round of golf than the country that gave the game to the world. You’ll be spoiled for choice on your golf break in Scotland with over 550 fantastic courses to play. Including links courses, parkland courses, heathland courses and everything else in between.
A golf trip to Scotland is also the perfect opportunity to see some of the world’s most prestigious tournaments being played out. Scotland regularly hosts The Open Championship and the Ricoh Women’s British Open, amongst others.
Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus, amongst scores of other top golfers, have all played here and many of Scotland’s most prestigious courses. Designed by golfing legends. ‘Old’ Tom Morris designed the Old and New Courses at St Andrews. James Braid is responsible for more than 250 British courses, including the world-famous King’s and Queen’s Courses at Gleneagles.
Popular Golf Breaks in Scotland include: