Arrive at Aberdeen Airport, met by AGS Representative, collect auto or meet your private driver/guide. Travel to Inverness your base for 4 nights.
Play Royal Dornoch, it has all the character of the best of links courses, and most of the difficulties.
Play Nairn, a real thinker’s course, not exceptionally long, but careful positioning of drives is vital. Visit Benromach Distillery.
Play Boat of Garten, a challenging course in a magnificent setting. Visit Glenlivet Distillery.
Play Moray Old, a classic links with hazardous gorse and pot bunkers. After golf travel to Aberdeen (your base for 3 nights) visiting Glendronach Distillery on route.
Play Cruden Bay, it creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer.
Play Royal Aberdeen, Balgownie course that can test even the better golfer with its variable conditions. Visit Glen Garioch Distillery.
Depart from Aberdeen Airport.
6 rounds of golf. 7 nights twin accommodation.
Private driver / guide throughout in luxury mini-coach (price based on 8 sharing)
Or self-drive minivan with insurance shared between 4 people. GPS included on self-drive
Airport ‘meet and greet’. Support from area office with 24 hour on call service
Also part of our service to request caddies and book carts, suggest and arrange sightseeing tours and other non-golf activities, recommend restaurants etc
The major golf courses in Scotland are on the West coast south of Glasgow, on the East Coast near Edinburgh and St. Andrews, and on the North East Coast. During your golf vacation in Scotland, whatever golf course you want to play, it will never be far from some interesting sightseeing. The table below links sightseeing options with the nearest major golf courses or golf resorts in Scotland. Click on any item in the Sightseeing column for a description. * indicates most popular sightseeing locations ** indicates world heritage sights
|Glasgow and Ayrshire|
|Edinburgh and Lothians|
|Angus and Fife|
|Argyle and the Isles|
|Aberdeen & North East|
|Around the Great Glen|
* indicates most popular sightseeing locations ** indicates world heritage sights
Golfer around the world like to play The Old Course at St Andrews which has been the game’s spiritual home for over 300 years..
Legend has it that the game of golf has been played out on the links since the beginning of the 12th Century, when shepherds clipped small stones into rabbit burrows with crude and very basic clubs.
The game of golf was made illegal in 1457 by King James II for the simple reason that it was distracting men from their main discipline which in those days was archery practice.
In 1552, the town’s right to play golf on the links was officially established.
Two hundred years later the Society of St Andrews Golfers decided to have 18 holes instead of 22, creating the current worldwide format.
Since then The Royal and Ancient G.C. has been involved in developing the game and St Andrews became known as the ‘Home of Golf’.