Golf in Scotland’s Best Locations
Scotland is known as the “Home of Golf” and is synonymous with the Old Course at St. Andrews. Scotland lays claim to some of the greatest Links courses in the world not to mention incredible scenery. Scotland hosts the British Open bi-annually and there are four main golfing regions which facilitate the lion’s share of its famous Link courses.
You can experience these and some of the great non golf sights such as the Edinburgh Castle, the scotch distilleries and many of the famous resorts like Turnberry, St. Andrews and Gleneagles along the way. Access to courses can be difficult and early planning is advised.
Create a Unique Golf Experience
Home to some of the greatest golf courses in the world, Scotland hosts the Open Championship every two years and boasts seven courses that have held the oldest Major, St Andrews, Muirfield, Royal Troon, Carnoustie, Turnberry, Prestwick and Musselburgh. Due to its popularity, tee times in Scotland are limited but Carr Golf are the leading golf tour operator to help create your bespoke golf vacation to this region.
West Coast Scotland
Forever in the shadow of the East coast where golf began. In truth the inhabitants of Scotland’s western seaboard prefer to be left alone. And why not! Would you share the Ailsa course at Turnberry or the Old course at Royal Troon with anyone else?… Read More
Aberdeen & Highlands – Scotland
The Highlands has the moniker of “Scotland as you imagined”. Here at Carr Golf we couldn’t agree more. Immensely scenic and awash with ancient history. Suffice to say golf in the highlands is every bit as spectacular as the majestic landscape. Royal Dornoch is without… Read More
East Lothian – Scotland
Bordering the cultural capital of Scotland Edinburgh and spanning her scenic eastern shores. East Lothian represent one of the strongest golfing regions in all of Europe. The abundance of links courses that dominate the Lothian coastline rivals any region in Scotland. Where to start! The… Read More
St Andrews – Scotland
The home of golf”, “Golf’s Mecca”, “The Old Lady”, the superlatives have been many and all fail to really capture the ethos of this small Scottish town standing alone in the kingdom of Fife bravely facing the North Sea. What is it about St Andrews… Read More