Scotland Golf Packages

Scotland Highlights

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Scotland Golf Packages and vacations designed by Hidden Links start with St. Andrews, Turnberry, Carnoustie, Royal Troon … the great Open Championship golf venues of Scotland simply roll off the tongue and make for the quintessential Scotland golf tour. But the spirit of golf is equally captured along the Whisky Trail in the Highlands, anchored by hauntingly beautiful Royal Dornoch Golf Club, where Donald Ross learned his craft.  It may be Scotland’s finest golf course. Nearby is James Braid’s classic links at Brora, where the sheep and cattle still roam, and little electric fences surround and protect the greens! Cruden Bay, on the other end of the trail, is the Scotland golf of your wildest imagination, in the shadow of Slains Castle, whose ruins inspired Bram Stoker to pen his “Dracula.”

Once you arrive in St. Andrews, you will find it is a destination in itself, and a week in the “Auld Grey Toon” would be hard to beat including classic local links like Elie and Crail, clubs that perhaps best capture the essence of golf in Scotland.  From Fife, go Forth across the Firth to find some real “links to the past” east of Edinburgh at another “home of golf,” the town of Gullane.

The Ultimate Hidden Links may well be in the west.  The Machrie, on the Isle of Islay, and Machrihanish, on the Mull of Kintyre, are straight from the imagination about what Scotland should be like.   Back on the mainland, Prestwick, birthplace of the Open, is the experience of a lifetime.  Western Gailes is another essential counterpart to the Ayrshire open venues.  You will love all of these courses, and if you take a Hidden Links tour, and you may find yourself rattling off some new names when you return home!

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