Build Your Own Tour

To start building your own tour, please complete the drop down boxes below and select your first area of Scotland to visit. It is possible to visit all 6 areas in one trip or as little as just one area. Your trip you decide. Once you select your first area, you will be asked how long you wish to visit that area for, and then simply select the courses you want to play am or pm or both each day, and then select your accommodation. You will then be prompted to select the next area of your trip or if there are no further areas, you will be moved on to transport options. Once this is complete you can simply click to send your itinerary for availability checking and pricing.

Due to the discounts we have secured, our prices are normally lower than going direct to courses, hotels or car hire provider.

The Scottish Highlands are famed for fishing, whisky making, winter skiing, tranquility, solitude, outstanding natural beauty and of course traditional links golf - the Highlands boast some of the best championship golf courses in the country, many of which are the work of Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Donald Ross.

Royal Dornoch is without question the jewel in the Highland Crown, a wonderful links golf course that if more accessible would unquestionably be an Open Championship venue. However don't overlook Nairn, Moray and Brora, 3 of the true Hidden Gems of Scotland.
The Northeast embodies much of what Scotland is famous for. Abounding scenery, historical castles, whisky trails and a fantastic array of Scottish golf courses. From traditional, seaside links that boast a ferocious bite to more inland, subtler tests, the Northeast has every golfing challenge at its disposal.

Here, you can sample play on local favorites such as Royal Aberdeen the sixth oldest golf club in the world and host of the 2007 Senior British Open, Cruden Bay, favorite of former Open champion Paul Lawrie and Murcar, Scotland's course of the year in 2007 and a real hidden gem.
The central region is known as the heart of Scotland, at the foot of the Scottish Highlands and yet only one hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh, central Scotland offers a golfing variation replacing coastland links with the more rugged heath land.

Gleneagles, the 'Palace of the Glens', is the star of central Scotland. Host of the 2014 Ryder Cup, a 5 Star hotel and resort, Gleneagles not only offers three of the top Golf Courses in Scotland and a Leading Spa, it is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world offering a myriad of sporting pursuits including fishing, clay pigeon shooting and horse riding, all which can be enjoyed without leaving its glorious estate.
The East of Scotland, known as "the Cradle of Golf" is one of Scotland's best golfing regions. A short distance from Scotland's Capital City of Edinburgh, a visit to this area offers outstanding golf in the shape of Muirfield, perhaps the fairest test of links golf in the world, Gullane with two outstanding courses and North Berwick an old fashioned and completely unspoiled links course. East Lothian also offers some of the best Hidden Gems in Scotland including Dunbar, Craigielaw, Kilspindie and Luffness.

East Lothian offers a wonderful balance of Golf and Scottish heritage, linking itself nicely to Fife and beyond.
A mere 30mins from the City of Glasgow, Ayrshire, West Coast of Scotland is blessed with Beautiful scenery, fascinating history and some of the finest golf courses in the world.

The West of Scotland offers something for everyone. For the golfer, the area combines world-class championship golf at Royal Troon, Old Prestwick and Turnberry with hidden gems such as Western and Glasgow Gailes. Ayrshire offers a stretch of over 60 miles of Links terrain that boast a treasure trove of great golf just waiting to be discovered.
There are many wonderful places in the world to play golf, but there is only one Kingdom of Golf - the home and heart of the Royal and Ancient game. That Kingdom is the Kingdom of Fife with the golfing Mecca of St Andrews at its heart. Golf has been a way of life in Fife for 500 years.

St Andrews itself offers 5 of the best courses in the world, all in the heart of the historic town. Just a few miles along the coast is Kingsbarns, which opened to worldwide acclaim in 2000. Further along the east neuk of Fife you can play Open qualifying courses and hidden gems such as Crail, Lundin Links, Elie and Leven Links all of which are only a few miles from St Andrews.

Traveling north from Fife less than 30 miles opens up Tayside and the wonderful Links of Carnousite host of the 2007 Open Championship.
Travellers in your party:
Length of Trip days
Start Date of Trip
First Area to Visit
Travel times between areas
Aberdeen Edinburgh Glasgow Gleneagles Inverness St Andrews Troon
Aberdeen   3hours 3hrs 2hrs 15mins 2hrs 20mins 1hr 55mins 4hours
Edinburgh 3hours   1hour 1hour 3hrs 25mins 1hr 15mins 1hr 35mins
Glasgow 3hours 1hour   55mins 3hrs 40mins 1hr 55mins 45mins
Gleneagles 2hrs 15mins 1hour 55mins   2hrs 50mins 1hr 20mins 1hr 30mins
Inverness 2hrs 20mins 3hrs 25mins 3hrs 40mins 2hrs 50mins   3hrs 30mins 4hrs 30mins
St Andrews 1hr 55mins 1hr 15mins 1hr 55mins 1hr 20mins 3hrs 30mins   2hrs 30mins
Troon 4hours 1hr 35mins 45mins 1hr 30mins 4hr 30 mins 2hr 30mins