Scotland is the ‘home of golf’, the perfect destination for golfers seeking breath-taking scenery, championship courses and the finest resorts and hotels. Golf breaks in Scotland provide golfers, of any skill level the chance to play on some of the world’s finest golf courses, the most iconic of these include St Andrews, Gleneagles, Muifield, Royal Troon, Carnousti and Turnberry. Scotland not only has world-class golf courses, but it is also home to numerous outstanding resorts and hotels. Book a golf holiday to Scotland with Golf Travel Centre, to experience the best and finest that golf in Scotland has to offer. Our short golf breaks, weekend deals and holiday packages to Scotland are available to suit any budget and any golfer. If you&r
Scotland boasts over 550 incredible golf courses, located amongst some of the most beautiful scenery on earth; it’s easy to see why a golf break in Scotland is hard to beat. Golfers from all over the world travel to Scotland to experience its world-class championship courses, luxury resorts and hotels.
Scotland, the ‘home of golf’ has numerous outstanding golf destinations, courses, resorts and hotels, from the spectacular Highlands, to the breath-taking West Coast, and historic region of Aberdeen – Scottish golf is some of the world's finest.
St Andrews, where some say golf began, established in 1843 is one of the oldest clubs in the world. This spectacular links course is comprised of seven incredible courses, and regularly plays host to eh British Open. Ranked as the 5th best course in the world, and home to the 5* Fairmont St Andrews a resort that encapsulates luxury, elegance and truly breath-taking surroundings, there is no better location for a golf holiday in Scotland.
If you’re seeking golfing luxury, then why not head to Gleneagles – a ‘golfer’s paradise’ that offers the perfect retreat for anyone seeking relaxation, world-class golf and spectacular beauty. Boasting a 5 star luxury hotel alongside three championship golf courses; The PGA Centenary, The Queen’s Course and The King’s Course, this beautiful 850 acre estate is a golfers paradise.
Other incredible courses in Scotland include the Royal Troon Golf Club, one of Scotland’s golfing gems. Carnoustie Golf Club situated in Angus at the mouth of the Barry Burn, home to three of the toughest and most highly regarded links courses in the world; The Championship Course, The Burnside Course and The Buddon Links Course. Muirfield, a fine links course regularly plays host to the Open Championship. The recently refurbished Turnberry course comprises of an outstanding resort built on its golfing heritage, having hosted the Open no less than four times.
Whether you’re looking for a short weekend golf break in Scotland, or a luxury golf holiday and package in Scotland, we have the perfect Scotland golf break waiting for you.
The weather can be hit or miss in Scotland all year round. You can have perfect weather one week of July and then cold rain the next. If you don’t mind paying high season rates, late May and/or early June is the best time to take a golf holiday in Scotland. The courses and hotels aren’t too busy and the days are long. If you want to take advantage of shoulder season rates, then April is your best bet. The days can be cold and the courses are just coming out of the winter, but you can experience some really good deals during this time of the year.
You can reach the main areas of Scotland by car, train or by flying. Scotland’s main airports are Glasgow International Airport and Edinburgh Airport.
Scotland's east and west coasts are littered with the spectacular links golf courses. Famous names from Open Championship history such as St Andrews, Carnoustie and Turnberry offer golf breaks with a slice of history in the home of golf.