The Scottish Highlands Golf Packages
The Scottish Highlands Highlights
The Scottish Highlands might well get our vote for the most atmospheric Scotland golf vacation and a Hidden Links Scottish Highlands Golf Vacation package is centered around the “Haunted Burgh” of Dornoch which is simply straight from the imagination about what golf in the Scottish Highlands can be like! Royal Dornoch Golf Club is the highlight of a Scottish Highlands Golf Vacation package and is thought by many to be the finest course in all of Scotland. The Scottish Highlands are more than just Dornoch though and close to Dornoch are some of Scotland’s most historic courses such as James Braid’s links at Brora and Old Tom Morris’ layout at Tain, both of which should be included in any Scottish Highlands golf tour package. The gateway to the Scottish Highlands is Inverness and besides having what is likely Scotland’s best airport to arrive into, and maybe the easiest airport anywhere in the world, the Inverness region is also home to spectacular courses that should be included in your Scottish Highlands golf vacation package. Chief among these is Castle Stuart, many-time Scottish Open venue and not far from Castle Stuart is the original “hidden gem” of the Scottish Highlands, former Walker Cup venue Nairn Golf Club. The Scottish Highlands also offer one of Scotland’s most unusual hazards—the aircraft noise from fighter jets taking off at Moray Golf Club. A Scottish Highlands Golf Package is one of the greatest experience one could ever hope for with even more classic “locals” courses like Golspie, Boat of Garten, and Fortrose and Rosemarkie which all enhance any Scottish Highlands golf tour. And no golf vacation to the Scottish Highlands is complete without a distillery visitor or two and some of the best ones such as Glenmorangie, The Glenlivet, and The Macallan are easily incorporated into your Scottish Highlands golf package!
Perhaps most notable of all is the fact that Royal Dornoch Golf Club is the place where Donald Ross is credited with learning the fine art of golfing. Another unique aspect of this Scottish golf course is that it also makes use of saucer greens that are upside down in nature. This makes things incredibly fast and firm. Considered one of the most beautiful stretches of links in the region, the Royal Dornoch Golf Club in the Scottish Highlands is one of the best golfing experiences in the entire area and one of the most naturally beautiful places in the world. The combination of raised greens and dunes along with unique bunkers makes this a Scottish golfing dream location. When it comes to championship golf courses in Scotland few can compare.
Those in search of ideal Scottish links and wishing to enjoy an excellent game of golf need look no further than this outstanding golf course. Best of all, the majority of the holes on this amazing Scottish course traverse right along the ocean. Another unique aspect of this course is that it gradually increases in difficulty as the round progresses. After about the first nine holes the course begins to move into more of a park-like setting. The back nine is no less impressive than the holes that traverse along the sea. The Nairn Golf Club is expertly manicured and meticulously maintained by club staff in a professional and impressive way. Those in search of the ideal Scotland golfing vacation need look no further than the Nairn Golf Club. One visit is typically all it takes to create a lifelong follower of this amazing Scottish golf club.
As a note, the Glenmorangie Distillery is credited with crafting some of the most impressive legendary whiskeys found anywhere in the modern world. This hidden treasure of a Scottish golf club is well worth visiting once or many times. The links are old world in nature and have a special feel dissimilar to any other links of the same caliber. With the mountains to one side and the impressive spires of Tain to the other side, the scenery is breathtaking, memorable and incredibly impressive. This is perhaps one of the most uniquely historic golf clubs in Scotland. No Scotland golf tour is completely fulfilled without having visited the Royal Dornoch golf club.
Aviation enthusiasts who are also golfers will take comfort in knowing that sudden aircraft sightings are not uncommon. Spotting an occasional British bomber taking off or landing while golfing this beautiful course lets you know that you are on the unique Moray Golf Club grounds. As an added bonus, the Moray Golf Club features an outstanding stone-inspired clubhouse. While the landscaping is relatively flat in nature, the course is considered quite challenging. Most golfing enthusiasts and amateurs as well as professionals alike would certainly agree that Moray Golf Club is a Scottish course that should not be missed. Also featured on the course is a stunningly unique and attractive lighthouse. Taking full advantage of this Lossiemouth, Scotland golf course can be as easy as showing up for a round or two. The Moray Golf Club is world-renowned and is a perfect fit for any modern Scotland golfing tour.
It is a classically designed course that was created in the late 1800s and is truly a treasure without rivals nestled in the Cairngorm Mountains. The Boat of Garten Golf Club is known for its amazingly beautiful scenery where the turf is about as perfectly manicured as it gets. The Boat of Garten Golf Club is a great place to settle in, relax and play a few rounds. Considered one of the most awe-inspiring golf courses in all of Scotland, this is a set of links that should be on everyone’s list when visiting the region. Few golfing tours of Scotland would be complete without spending time on the beautiful The Boat of Garten golf links.
While the area is somewhat remote and generally considered rugged, its beauty and splendor far outweigh these minor details. As a genuine traditional links challenge, this is the ideal course to play anytime of the year. Travelers from across the world have found this to be an intriguing and challenging course. Pros and amateurs alike take delight in all that this course has to offer. With beautiful beaches nearby and a wide range of activities, the whole family can enjoy a visit to The Traigh Golf Course. Interestingly, one of the best ways to get to this Scottish golf course is to take a drive down what is known as the Harry Potter road. While there are many choices when it comes tot Scottish golfing tours, this is one course that should definitely be included in your next itinerary.
With beautiful views, amazing greens and meticulously maintained fairways, enjoying a round of golf here will not soon be forgotten. The Castle Stuart Golf Club makes use of something known as a “raised” concept in terms of its design. This ends up producing a remarkable panoramic scenic view of the entire region. Amazing landscaping mosaics and unique infinity edges round out the experience when golfing this rare kind of Scottish course. The Castle Stuart Golf Club also features golf cottages on-site making it a convenient an incredibly attractive golfing option in Scotland. With so much to offer it is clear to see why the Castle Stuart Golf Club continues to be one of the most popular golfing destinations in Scotland today.
In fact, there are few places in the world where golfers can share the fairway with free-roaming sheep. Often referred to as one of the purest golf courses in the world, the Brora Golf Club in Brora has much to offer in terms of natural beauty in a golf course that blends perfectly with its surroundings. This course is impressive in every regard, including the fact that it is so remote and that it occupies so much unspoiled land. With so much to offer it is clear to see why the Brora Golf Club is such a big hit among those who truly appreciate the best in Scottish golfing venues. For a challenging game of golf in Scotland there are few other rivals that can compare to the amazing links of the Brora Golf Club. One visit is typically all it takes to become a lifelong devote to this remarkable Scotland golf course.
With a championship flavor this golf course captures the essence and spirit of the game of golf in ways that would otherwise not be possible. Perhaps what makes this golf course so unique is the fact that it expertly combines a combination of hearthland and links with just a taste of parkland golf. All this is combined in a unique 18-hole layout that makes for a challenging and engaging game of golf. With lush landscaping, meticulously manicured fairways and expertly maintained greens, this is a smart choice for anyone taking a golf tour of Scotland. Summertime is particularly a great time to visit the Golspie Golf Club. Especially considering that it stays light until late into the evening. Warm summer nights on beautiful Scottish links playing golf along the ocean is literally as good as it gets. Exploring the Golspie Golf Club is a great way to get a true feel for what Scottish golfing is all about.
With special character and unique attributes, the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club should simply not be overlooked. One of the things that make this a truly unique Scottish golf course is that it is located on a small out stretch of land that is flanked on three sides by the ocean. With a beautiful lighthouse and other remarkable ocean side features, this is a great way to spend a golfing vacation in Scotland. To take full advantage of Scottish Highlands golfing at it is best can be as simple as choosing to golf the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club. This magnificent golf course is reminiscent of all that Scottish golfing is known for the world over.
Having gone through a total reconstruction and redesign in the 1950s, the course is impressive by any measure. When it comes to private golfing in Scotland few other courses can compare. The course is unique in that it blends perfectly both difficulty and tranquility to ensure a very satisfying game from start to finish. Another unique aspect of the Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle is that it is on a wildlife refuge. The course is incredibly beautiful and easy to navigate and offers stunning views of the surrounding area. When it comes to Scottish Highland golfing tour options, the Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle is really a great choice among professionals and amateur golfers alike. Explore this amazing Scottish golf course and plan to be impressed from start to finish.
Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Golf Road, Dornoch, Scotland, United Kingdom
Castle Stuart Golf Links inverness
Nairn Golf Club, Nairn, Scotland, United Kingdom
43 Golf Rd, Brora KW9 6QS, United Kingdom
Tain Golf Club, Chapel Road, Tain, United Kingdom
Golspie Golf Club, Golspie, Scotland, United Kingdom
Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club, Ness Road East, Fortrose, United Kingdom
Moray Golf Club, Lossiemouth, United Kingdom
Nethybridge Rd, Boat of Garten, Inverness-Shire PH24 3BQ, United Kingdom
the carnegie golf club dornoch
Traigh Golf Club, Arisaig PH39 4NT, United Kingdom
- Royal Dornoch
- Castle Stuart Golf Links
- Tain and Glenmorangie Distillery
- Fortrose and Rosemarkie
- Boat of Garten
- The Carnegie Course at Skibo Castle
- Traigh Golf Course
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