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Why Book Scotland for a Golf Holiday

It's one for true golf enthusiasts. The history buffs. Internationally renowned as the home of golf and where the first game commenced, be sure to tick this one off your bucket list. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play perhaps the greatest loops in the world.

Links golf was invented in Scotland, and many worldwide attempt to imitate it, but it does not meet the standards of traditional Scottish Links. What could be more authentic than St Andrews?

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The Scotland Golf Experience

Scotland is the holy grail of golf. There's no denying that playing on the world's original loop, St Andrews' Old Course, is something every swinger dreams of. For many, it's simply a myth, but for you, it can become a reality.

Experience many other excellent courses such as the area of Lothian and the Dalmahoy resort. Whichever you choose, it's the world's best Links experience. Afterwards, try some locally made whiskies at the clubhouse or one of the many distilleries. A true taste of Scotland!

Best Places for a Scotland Golf Holiday

The coastal regions are the most popular. Typically, this area is home to the best Links with its sandy soil that makes for an authentic round. But authenticity is provided in whichever course you choose. That's why it's popular.

Top Reasons To Book Golf Holidays in Scotland

Courses

If the beauty of St Andrews Links alone doesn't convince you, the other many traditional style loops and different terrains with comforting clubhouses are sure to win you over and create unforgettable memories.

Dalmahoy offers two world-class loops that provide every level golfer with a test. Scotland is home to some of the very best.

Nightlife

The nightlife in Scotland varies. If you're visiting St Andrews, then expect welcoming pubs and friendly atmospheres. If you're near Edinburgh, cocktail bars and nightclubs are open for those who enjoy late nights.

You can't forget to try some whisky from the many distilleries. If there's one thing they know about, it's scotch whiskey.

Restaurants

Wherever you find yourself in Scotland, it's never difficult to get stuck into some classic Scottish cuisine, perfect for an evening meal in a cosy pub. Whether it's haggis or Cullen skink, they're easy to get hold of.

Scotland's range of restaurants will satisfy every tastebud of the group. Many up-market chain restaurants provide meals for everybody to enjoy. Nobody will leave hungry. We mustn't forget the many Michelin-star restaurants either.

Cities

Edinburgh is the go-to. It's an action-packed city that leaves no visitor scarce of activities and often it's difficult to tick all the itinerary off. From museums, fancy restaurants, hearty grub such as Scottish steakhouses, comforting pubs, and a buzzing nightlife scene, there's so much to explore.

Other cities provide the traditional and authentic Scottish experience, so you'll never miss out, no matter where you stay.

Tips for Golf Holidays in Scotland

Weather

Being the northernmost country in the UK, Scotland can get unbelievably cold. It's recommended you bring your raincoats, puffer jackets, and hats and wrap up warm if you're tackling the courses in the winter months.

Otherwise, Scotland's mild temperature throughout the summer months means your classic polo top and chinos get-up can make an appearance on the fairways.

Golf Courses

It starts and ends with The Old Course at St Andrews. The original golf course, the original links, it's the most legendary loop you could ever play. Bragging about playing this historical masterpiece will be impressive for friends back at work. We doubt it'll take your group much convincing to book this one.

Best Time of the Year

We recommend visiting between June and August. The days are lighter for longer, the weather is warmer, and the courses are at their peak. You'll be welcomed by livelier bars and restaurants as it's the preferred time for tourists.

If you prefer quieter courses, be sure to visit during the winter months as only locals are hitting the loops during this season.

The Team's Opinion

We recommend Scotland for more advanced groups that prefer a challenging links course and appreciate the traditional and historical style. If the preference is natural hazards, challenging terrains, and historical attractions, then book this one for the group.

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FAQ

Scotland has a wide range of green fees, from affordable thrills to world-class facilities. With nearly 400 courses across Scotland, there are only very few that charge over £100 for green fees. If you're on a budget, many courses are accessible to your group.

The Old Course at St Andrews is by far the most famous golf course, possibly in the world. Founded northeast of Edinburgh in St Andrews, it's a small seaside town which is at the top of every golfer's list.

During the high season, it's roughly £270 for a round at the Old Course. Out of season, it drops to around £135 for a round on the legendary loop.

The Open Championship course is open for all to play. While some choose to go private, the legendary Old Course is open to the public. Just follow the course etiquette, dress code, and rules to ensure access.

Each airline has different prices, terms and conditions, and maximum weights for travelling with golf clubs. It's best to check with the airline beforehand. That way you'll be covered, your clubs will be safe, and you won't have to rent clubs on holiday.

Book Your Scotland Golf Holiday Now!

You can't say you've completed golf trips before taking on Scotland. Surrounded by some of the world's best loops, comforting pubs, and liveliest nightlife, it's a hole-in-one package.

You and the group can build a legendary golf trip right now.

The prestigious fairways will make the memories of a lifetime.

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