Luxury Golf Tours To Scotland and Ireland

Sample tours

We offer luxury bespoke golf tours of both Scotland and Ireland, tailored to suit your individual requirements and price bracket. Based 20 minutes outside St Andrews – “The Home Of Golf” – we have a vast local knowledge of the Scottish Golfing Scene and have established links with all the Key Championship Courses to secure the much sought after Tee Times on the courses you want to visit. For the last 5 years we have extended our tours to ireland following requests from customers who had previously used us to arrange their Scottish golf trips. Our goal is to provide exceptional vacations for our clients by planning and organising every small detail for you so that you will have the vacation of a lifetime.

St Andrews and The East Coast

Golf in St. Andrews and the East Coast of Fife is a revered experience, steeped in history and tradition. St. Andrews, often referred to as the “Home of Golf,” holds a special place in the hearts of golfers worldwide. It boasts iconic courses such as the Old Course, where the game has been played for over six centuries. The town of St. Andrews itself exudes a charming atmosphere with its cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and views of the North Sea.

Beyond St. Andrews, the East Coast of Fife offers a treasure trove of golfing gems. 

Golfing Delights in Ayrshire

Ayrshire is home to iconic courses such as Royal Troon, Prestwick Golf Club, and Turnberry, each offering a unique golfing experience. Royal Troon, for example, is famous for its challenging links layout and has hosted the Open Championship numerous times. Prestwick Golf Club holds historical significance as one of the oldest golf clubs in the world and was the birthplace of the Open Championship. Turnberry, with its stunning coastal setting and luxurious accommodations, provides a truly unforgettable golfing experience. Add in WesternGailes, Glasgow Gailes and Dundonald and you could spend your entire trip in Ayrshire.

Aberdeenshire Links Legends

Iconic courses such as Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Murcar Links, Cruden Bay Golf Club, and Trump International Golf Links exemplify the quality and diversity of golf in Aberdeenshire. Royal Aberdeen, one of the oldest clubs in Scotland, features a classic links layout with challenging bunkers and undulating fairways. Cruden Bay offers a wild and natural links experience, with stunning views of the North Sea and towering sand dunes. Trump International Golf Links, designed by renowned architect Martin Hawtree, provides a luxurious golfing experience with sweeping views of the Scottish coastline.

Kilspindie Golf Course

Explore Scotland's Golf Coast

East Lothian is often referred to as the “Golf Coast” due to its concentration of exceptional courses and rich golfing history. Home to iconic courses such as Muirfield, Gullane Golf Club, and North Berwick Golf Club, each offering a unique golfing experience. Muirfield, host to numerous Open Championships, is renowned for its challenging layout and strategic bunkering. Gullane Golf Club boasts three courses, including Gullane No. 1, which offers panoramic views of the Firth of Forth and Bass Rock. North Berwick Golf Club, with its historic links dating back to the 17th century, provides a classic links test.

Nairn 4th

Highland Golf Escapes

The Highlands boast a variety of golf courses, each offering its own distinct charm and challenge. From championship links courses along the coast to scenic parkland layouts nestled amidst Highland scenery, golfers can enjoy a diverse range of playing experiences.

Courses like Royal Dornoch Golf Club, consistently ranked among the top courses in the world, offer a classic links experience with panoramic views of the North Sea and challenging fairways shaped by natural dunes. Castle Stuart Golf Links, located near Inverness, provides a modern links layout with stunning views of the Moray Firth and the Kessock Bridge.

Monifieth

Exploring Tayside's Signature Courses

Golfing in Tayside offers a delightful blend of scenic landscapes, historic courses, and warm hospitality in the heart of Scotland. Situated in the central region of Scotland, Tayside is characterized by rolling countryside, tranquil lochs, and charming towns, creating a picturesque setting for a round of golf.

Tayside is home to a variety of golf courses catering to golfers of all levels, from beginners to seasoned pros. Courses like Gleneagles, host to several Ryder Cups and European Tour events, offer championship-level play amidst stunning scenery. Gleneagles boasts three world-class courses, including the iconic PGA Centenary Course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

Royal County Down 9th

North East Ireland's Golfing Gems

Golfing in Northeast Ireland offers a diverse and captivating experience, blending scenic coastal landscapes, historic courses, and warm hospitality. Situated along the rugged coastline of the Irish Sea and the North Channel, this region boasts a rich golfing heritage and stunning natural beauty.

Northeast Ireland is home to several iconic courses, including Royal County Down Golf Club in County Down and Portstewart Golf Club in County Londonderry. Royal County Down, consistently ranked among the top courses in the world, offers a challenging links experience amidst towering dunes and panoramic views of the Mourne Mountains and the Irish Sea. Portstewart Golf Club, with its three championship links courses, provides a variety of challenges and breathtaking views of the North Coast.

Unraveling Ireland's Golf Coast

Golfing in Northwest Ireland offers an enchanting blend of rugged coastal beauty, world-class courses, and warm hospitality. Situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, this region boasts some of the most stunning golfing landscapes in the world.

Northwest Ireland is home to iconic courses such as Ballyliffin Golf Club in County Donegal, Carne Golf Links in County Mayo, and Enniscrone Golf Club in County Sligo. Ballyliffin, with its two championship links courses, offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and challenging layouts amidst towering dunes. Carne Golf Links, nestled amidst the rolling sand dunes of the Mullet Peninsula, provides a true links golfing experience with undulating fairways and natural hazards. Enniscrone Golf Club, , offers breathtaking views of Killala Bay.

Southwest Swing

Golfing in South Ireland offers a captivating blend of stunning coastal views, historic courses, and warm hospitality. Situated along the coastlines of counties Cork, Kerry, and Waterford, as well as inland regions, this area is renowned for its diverse range of golfing experiences.

South Ireland is home to several world-class courses, including Old Head Golf Links in County Cork and Ballybunion Golf Club in County Kerry. Old Head, situated on a dramatic promontory overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, offers unparalleled views and a challenging links layout amidst rugged cliffs and crashing waves. Ballybunion, with its two championship courses, provides a classic links experience with undulating fairways and natural dunes.

Dublin Links and Beyond

Golfing in Dublin and the East Coast of Ireland offers a rich tapestry of history, scenic beauty, and world-class courses. Situated along the eastern coastline of Ireland, this region is dotted with courses that cater to golfers of all levels, amidst charming towns, historic landmarks, and stunning coastal vistas.

Dublin and the East Coast are home to several prestigious courses, including Portmarnock Golf Club and The Island Golf Club. Portmarnock, often ranked among the top courses in the world, offers a classic links experience with challenging fairways and breathtaking views of the Irish Sea. The Island Golf Club, located on a remote peninsula, provides a true links challenge with natural dunes and undulating terrain.

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