Golf Courses in Scotland

If there is one country in the world that is synonymous with golf, then Scotland is it. With the possible exception of Ireland, nowhere will you find such a high density of truly world class golf courses. And while most people are familiar with the many world-renowned Scottish links courses, what makes Scotland such a special golfing destination is the abundance of lesser-known courses scattered through the country.

Read more about golf in Scotland through a regional review and inspection of the courses in those areas.

Map of Scotland


Glasgow & South West Scotland

Home to an array of Scotland’s finest links, Turnberry, Royal Troon & Prestwick lie beside many Open Qualifying venues.


St. Andrews & East of Scotland

Offering so much more than the courses at St Andrews, other greats include Kingsbarns, Carnoustie & Gleneagles.


Edinburgh & The South East of Scotland

Lying just south of St Andrews, you can play the likes of Gullane, North Berwick, Dunbar and a gem called Kilspindie.


The Highlands & the North East of Scotland

Classics like Royal Dornoch, Nairn & Cruden Bay, while the lesser-known courses include Brora, Golspie & Murcar.

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