Home to some of the oldest and most historic golf courses in the world, a golf trip to Scotland is a bucket-list adventure for any golfer.
But with hundreds of golf courses to choose from, selecting the perfect one (or three) for your golf trip to Scotland can be tricky. We’re here to make it easy. With golf courses steeped in 600 years of tradition, this is where you need to tee it up on your golf trip to Scotland.
This luxury resort along the breathtaking Ayrshire coastline encompasses all you’d hope for in a golf trip to Scotland. Recently ranked No. 16 in Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Courses in the World,” the stunning Ailsa course, one of two 18-hole tracks at the resort, has hosted four Open Championships. Accompanying Ailsa is the King Robert the Bruce course featuring coastal vistas and the iconic Turnberry lighthouse, arguably golf’s most impressive halfway house.
The Old Course at St. Andrews has long been the pinnacle of a golf trip. Some of the game’s most recognized landmarks can be found at the “Home of Golf” like the infamous “Hell Bunker” on the 14th Hole or the Swilcan Bridge where every golfer that passes must pause for a photo. With fairways that have endured 600 years of golf, it’s impossible to imagine a more meaningful place to play on a golf trip to Scotland than St. Andrews.
One of ten courses currently in the Open Championship rotation, Muirfield has undergone little change since 1936. So, for a classic links golf experience on your golf trip to Scotland, Muirfield is as authentic as it gets. Throughout its 16 Open Championships, Muirfield has built an incredible, storied past with famous winners to the likes of Player, Nicklaus, Trevino, Faldo, Mickelson, and more.
The Championship Course and the Struie Course at Royal Dornoch are two timeless, links golf designs. Founded in 1877, the courses sit alongside the bay of Dornoch Firth and its white beaches. The dunes, ocean winds, and rolling fairways complete the links golf experience on your golf trip to Scotland.
Carnoustie Golf Links features three incredible courses on your golf trip to Scotland: the Championship Course, the Burnside Course, and the Buddon Links Course. The Championship Course, the most famous of the three, has hosted eight Open Championships, one Women’s British Open, and two Senior Opens.
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