Book a Links Golf Tour in North Berwick, Scotland and play on some amazing true Links golf courses. Including Scottish Open and Open Championship venues!

Different length packages are available to suits your requirements. This package is based on 7 nights and 8 rounds. Choice of accommodations are available. The below package is based on accommodation on a twin share basis, with breakfast.

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North Berwick Golf Club

Golf has been played over the historic West Links course since the 17th century, and we continue to play over the same piece of land as they did back then. With breathtaking views of the Firth of Forth and islands of Bass Rock, Craigleith, Lamb and Fidra, as well as the town of North Berwick itself, there are few places better in the world to play golf!

North Berwick Golf Club

A true championship links course, having hosted Final Qualifying for The Open Championship and both Gentlemen and Ladies Amateur Championships.  An excellent test of golf awaits you.

Kilspindie Golf Club

Scotland is a land of hidden gems – and for golfers Kilspindie Golf Club is one of the finest, lying hidden among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay, the quaint village of Aberlady, and the teaming waters of the Firth of Forth. Also close to the superb Ducks Inn.

Kilspindie Golf Club

Playing these traditional Scottish links, you may witness sea-birds diving for food, migratory geese, and seals sunning on the sand. In the distance, you can see the profile of Edinburgh, its Castle, and the long extinct volcanic cone of Arthur’s Seat. The course is secreted away from the village via a few hundred yards of private, single-track road.

Gullane No. 1

Carved into the ancient links turf with smooth-running greens, pot bunkers and wispy grasses Gullane No. 1 is a unique challenge for all golfers.  Add to that the fabulous views across to Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth, Fife and beyond and you have one of the world’s most cherished golfing experiences.

Not surprisingly, the course has been the setting for a host of highly acclaimed tournaments including the 2018 ASI Scottish Open and Ladies Scottish Open, the 2015 AAM Scottish Open and Final Qualifying for the Open Championship on five occasions. The Scottish Amateur Championship and the Ladies British Open Amateur Championship have both been hosted over No. 1 on four occasions.  In 2018, Gullane hosted the European Tour: the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, won by Brandon Stone, was played over a Championship composite course featuring 16 holes from Gullane No. 1 and two holes from Gullane No. 2.

Gullane No. 1 boasts some of the best views in golf - Scotland Golf

With every hole having its own distinct character, Gullane No. 1 is both memorable and enjoyable, and undoubtedly one of Scotland’s finest and most scenic links courses.

Gullane No. 2

Laid out by the two-time Open championship winner Willie Park Jr in 1898, Gullane No. 2 runs alongside No. 1 for the first seven holes before sweeping down to a nature reserve next to Aberlady Bay.  The course turns towards home from the 13th tee with the prevailing wind, down Gullane Hill back to the Visitors’ Clubhouse.  The beauty of the East Lothian coastline and the challenge of the layout create an unforgettable round that epitomises links golf in Scotland. In particular, Gullane No. 2 is renowned for the challenge of its short holes embodied by the 215-yard, par three 11th with its wonderful views, testing downhill tee shot and tricky club selection.

Gullane Golf Club - No. 2 in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland

At 6,396 yards, No. 2 is shorter than its older sibling but provides an equally stern test as it proved during final qualifying for the Open Championship in 1980, the Millennium Seniors Open Amateur Championship and the British Girls Home International Matches in 2011. National Club Golfer magazine rated Gullane No. 2 as the 39th best course in Scotland in 2019.  With challenge and charm in equal doses, Gullane No. 2 is a favourite with those who enjoy their golf with a twist in its tail.

Gullane hosted the 2018 Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open and Ladies Scottish Open in July 2018 over a Championship composite course from Gullane No. 1 and No. 2 (holes 7 and 8 from No. 2 featured in the Championship course).

Muirfield Golf Club

One of the oldest clubs in golf and a world-famous course. A colourful history from its first beginnings in Leith in 1744 to its later move to Musselburgh and finally in 1891 to Muirfield in East Lothian. Today Muirfield is a renowned host to major championships amateur and professional, international and national, men and ladies – all of which have produced worthy champions of whom more later. Eleven Amateur Championships have been played over the course and 16 Open Championships.

Muirfield Golf Club

With the exception of the Championship tees, the course has changed little since 1936 but, in 2008, in conjunction with the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, golf architect Martin Hawtree was commissioned to advise the Club on how best to ensure Muirfield remains a challenge to the world’s great golfers. If you enjoy a challenge, and wish to play a classic links course, this is a must links golf course.

Archerfield Golf Club

World-Class Courses – Golf has never been more inviting than this…Out here, it feels as if it’s just you and the course.

Archerfield Golf Club

Fidra Links – Above you, the whispering pines. Ahead, the sweeping fairways. Out here, it feels as if it’s just you and the course. Golf has never been more inviting than this: the 18-hole Fidra Links is a unique mixture of pine forest and fast-running links.

Glen Golf Club

The Glen, East Links is one of the most popular of East Lothian golf courses. Whether you have played golf in Scotland before or if this is your first visit, the Glen is a golfing venue not to be missed. It provides a challenging and enjoyable test of golf for all levels of golfer.

The Glen, East Links, North Berwick

This North Berwick course enjoys spectacular headland views across the Firth of Forth and of the Bass Rock, which houses the largest gannet colony in the UK.  Make sure you add The Glen to your choice of golfing destinations. We look forward to hearing from you!

Dunbar Golf Club

In the words of one international golf reviewer, a visit to play golf at Dunbar provides ‘just about everything you can ask for’. That is certainly true if a challenging links course, stunning scenery and a friendly clubhouse are the elements you think make up the perfect golfing experience.

Dunbar Golf Club

To play on our Open qualifying championship links is to play within yards of waves as they crash onto the rocky shore. It is to pit yourself against a course made by nature and then man’s best efforts over 150 years. It is to walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest golfers in the world. We are confident you will share their view that no visit to East Lothian, ‘Scotland’s Golf Coast’, is complete without a round on a course regularly voted amongst the best in the country.

7 nights and 8 rounds – twin share, B&B from:

  • £1459pp
  • €1605pp
  • $1960pp

Including Golf at:

  1. North Berwick Golf Club
  2. Kilspindie Golf Club
  3. Gullane No. 1
  4. Gullane No. 2
  5. Muirfield Golf Club
  6. Glen Golf Club
  7. Archerfield Golf Links
  8. Dunbar Golf Club

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