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Highlands & Aberdeen Golf

Many golfers visiting Scotland don’t go beyond Edinburgh or St Andrews, but for those willing to venture further north, the rewards are immense.

The historic stretch of coastline that runs from Aberdeen right the way up to the Highlands is home to some of the world’s finest and most revered links. Just imagine a tour that began with the incredible Trump International, ended some 200 miles away on the 18th green of Royal Dornoch and took in the likes of Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay, Castle Stuart, Nairn, Tain and Brora along the way.

With fantastic scenery, luxury hotels and a very warm welcome from the locals, a golf vacation in this remarkable area of the country will live long in the memory.

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  • Average weather graph for Highlands & Aberdeen
    Average weather graph for Highlands & Aberdeen

    Because of the mountainous terrain and prevailing winds coming from the Atlantic, the western highlands can be very wet and windy at times so pack your waterproofs! Aberdeen’s weather changes very often throughout the year, with spring through to autumn more comparable to extended summers and winters than separate seasons of their own. With this, the summer days can be up to 18 hours long allowing you to have that well deserved lie in or even an earlier tee off time for those early rises! On the flip side the winter days can drop below freezing, so bring your winter warmers if you do decide to travel within this period.

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      Newark Liberty International (EWR)

      Airlines: United

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      New York John F Kennedy (JFK)

      Airlines: American Airlines/US Airways


Courses and Hotels In Highlands & Aberdeen

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