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Scotland Golf

Playing golf in Scotland is more than just a vacation… it’s a pilgrimage. And it’s something that every golfer should experience in their lifetime. This is the very cradle of the game, a country blessed with beautiful scenery, history and culture, plus the small matter of the most historic golf courses on the planet. From the iconic Open venues of St AndrewsCarnoustieTurnberry and Prestwick to the classic Royal links of DornochAberdeen or Troon, the golfing vacation of a lifetime is guaranteed. Wherever you choose to base yourself – EdinburghSt Andrews, the Highlands or the West Coast - let us make your Scotland golf dreams a reality with a bespoke tour that you’ll never forget.

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  • Average weather graph for Scotland
    Average weather graph for Scotland

    With Scotland being a relatively small country, its climate can differ depending upon the region you travel to and the time of year. Due to high latitude, the winter days can be scarcely short; therefore it can be important to book your break in advance to ensure you get your ideal tee off time. On the ‘bright’ side, between May and September the weather is generally warmer, with cooler periods from October through to January. As February comes around the weather becomes milder allowing for those “fair weather golfers” to come out of hibernation.

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      Newark Liberty International (EWR)

      Airlines: United

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      New York John F Kennedy (JFK)

      Airlines: American Airlines/US Airways


Sean Fahey

Senior Sales Consultant

“Home to one of the most illustrious collections of golf courses in Scotland, East Lothian is simply not to be missed. As well as the big names of Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick, you also have some spectacular hidden gems such as Dunbar and Luffness New. It’s little wonder why this area is known as Scotland’s Golf Coast.”

Sean Fahey

Senior Sales Consultant

Courses and Hotels In Scotland

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