The Perfect Scottish Golf Vacation

Watch the video.... inspired? What's your ultimate trip to the Home of Golf?

 

Scotland is blessed when it comes to golf. In fact it is safe to say that it has an unfair share of the world’s best golf courses. But then, after all, it is where the game began and it does deserve its mantle as the Home of Golf!

Therefore, taking into account that you are absolutely spoilt for choice, if you were to plan the Perfect Golf Vacation to Scotland… where would you play?

Or to be blunt, if you were offered 5 nights and 5 rounds in the Home of Golf all expenses paid …. Where would you go and what courses would be your picks?

To help you make your decision and plan your trip, we asked the team here at Golfbreaks.com which courses they would most like to play on a dream Scottish Golf Vacation. And here is their top 10 wish list… You might be surprised…

Golfbreaks.com Team - Top 10 Picks

10. Cruden Bay

Cruden Bay

9.  Carnoustie Championship Course 

8.  Machrihanish Dunes - Old Course

7.  North Berwick – West Links

6.  Castle Stuart

5.  Trump International 

4.  St Andrews - Old Course

3.  Turnberry – Ailsa

2.  Royal Dornoch

1.  Kingbarns

Now if you, like us, dream about going to Scotland to play golf and fantasize about towering dunes and fescue grass, it’s time to stop dreaming and turn that into reality in 2016!

So, firstly get in contact with the Golfbreaks.com team, who are genuine experts in Scottish golf travel and will give you some excellent advice.

And secondly, start packing your bags because in no time you will be on a plane to the UK preparing to play some of the planet’s best courses!

Alternatively you can find some inspiration for your trip on our Scotland section.

Guy Proddow - Director, Golfbreaks.com

Director, Guy Proddow.

I started playing golf when I was young, first at my local pitch and putt in south west London and later at a nearby club where my parents are members. I would love to say my golf’s progressed with every decade that I've lived, but my best playing days were probably in my teens! I still love the game and live it every day working at Golfbreaks.com and in the travel industry - which is a wonderful industry to be part off. My other passion is water sports; so playing links golf beside a pumping surf break is a very happy experience. The two sports complement each other wonderfully and fortunately, many fine courses are on the coast - I just need more time to travel!