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Book a Links Golf Tour in the Highlands of Scotland and play on some amazing true Links golf courses.

Different length packages are available to suits your requirements. This package is based on 5 nights and 5 rounds. Choice of accommodations are available. The below package is based on accommodation on a twin share basis, with breakfast.

We create tailor made short golf breaks and golf holidays to all our locations. Please email us at contactus@findagolfbreak.com for your own bespoke quote. We wont be beaten on price.

If you haven’t tried it yet, you won’t be let down with these great Championship Links golf courses in the North of Scotland.

Golspie Golf Club

Golspie Golf Course designed by James Braid is situated on the Dornoch Firth with a beguiling mix of classic links, heath and parkland holes. The course has stunning views from all holes of the Dornoch Firth on one side and the backdrop of Ben Bhraggie on the other.

Golspie Golf Club in the highlands of scotland

The Par 70 course offers an excellent golfing experience whether you are a plus 1 handicapper or an enthusiastic beginner. Golspie Golf Course are delighted to be rated rated as 54th in Golf World’s Top 100 courses in Scotland for 2015. Golspie Golf Course are also delighted to be rated  at Number 74 in the top 100 courses in the UK under £100.00 by National Golfer magazine for 2016.

Royal Dornoch Golf Club

Royal Dornoch is spellbinding and many golfers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to this natural links at some point in their lives. It is often quoted as one of the must-play courses.

It’s the timeless setting that makes Royal Dornoch such a pleasing place to play golf. It’s wild, isolated and, at the same time, absolutely beautiful; there’s the blaze of colour in early summer when the gorse is in flower. The pure white sandy beach divides the links from the Dornoch Firth and it all feels very humbling.

Royal Dornoch Golf Club links golf course in the highlands of scotland

Formed in 1877, Royal Dornoch means exceptional standards and we always aim to exceed the expectations of our frequent visitors and loyal members. However, we aim to do this in a relaxed, informal environment, with an emphasis on traditional highland hospitality.

Tain Golf Club

Overlooking the Dornoch Firth, Tain arguably offers one of the best settings imaginable in the highlands for a round of golf. With sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains behind, every day brings a different aspect to this challenging and beautiful course.

Designed in 1890 by Old Tom Morris, the layout of the holes guarantees an interesting round for beginners or experts. The sheltered location of the course ensures favourable weather for most of the year – winter greens are seldom used at Tain.

Tain scottish links course in the highlands of scotland

Visitors should be aware of the likely distractions to their concentration on play – the mountains and seascapes, the otters, deer, pine martins, heron, buzzards, ospreys, various ducks and seabirds, sky larks and so much more.

The Carnegie Club – Skibo Castle

The Carnegie Links is the jewel in Skibo’s crown. An 18-hole Championship course on the banks of the Dornoch Firth, it offers players 6,833 yards of golfing genius. There are no tee times at Skibo, so members are free to play as and when the mood takes them.

The Carnegie Club - Skibo Castle

Brora Golf Club

Gleneagles may be more glamorous, Carnoustie more prestigious. It is Brora which is the most northerly golf memorial to James Braid in his native Scotland.

Brora is also the headquarters of the James Braid Golfing Society, and while its President, Peter Thomson, and fellow member Ronan Rafferty annually enthuse, the club golfer, the bedrock of the game, will derive equal pleasure and satisfaction from Brora’s 6211 yards.

Brora Golf Club links golf scottish highlands

Given 194 acres of Scottish links land to work on, what in 1923 was entitled “Braid’s Plan” is hardly altered. Here the visitor will enjoy the mixture of bent grass and beach sand, burn water and gorse in glorious yellow May bloom. There is even a railway which comes into play from the tenth tee.

With the exception of the short sixth, the outward nine holes follow the contour of Kintradwell Bay in the foreground, with a backdrop of the Sutherland foothills from Ben Bhraggie to the west, away to the Ord of Caithness in the north-east.

5 nights and 5 rounds – twin share, B&B from:

  • £1095pp
  • €1205pp
  • $1455pp

Including Golf at:

  1. Golspie Golf Club
  2. Royal Dornoch Golf Club
  3. Tain Golf Club
  4. The Carnegie Club – Skibo Castle – 3 course lunch and gifts included!
  5. Brora Golf Club

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