Golf Courses in Scotland
Golf Made Simple in Scotland can also provide golf tours to any golf course in Scotland. Perhaps you want to play the Open Championship venues of Turnberry, Royal Troon, the Old Course at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Muirfield. Or maybe you want to play on the new home of the Scottish Open, Castle Stuart Golf Links. We can arrange that and the accommodation. Contact us to discuss your custom Scottish golf tour.
Royal, Championship, Links, Parkland and Heathland Courses
Gleneagles Golf Courses
Gleneagles offers three championship golf courses: Kings, Queens and PGA Centenary. Gleneagles is renowed for its five star hotel and will host the Ryder Cup in 2014.
Recent feedback from the Keith Golf Party: "The four of us had a fantastic time in Gleneagles which lived up to expectations in every way - except perhaps the weather which had promised rain for three days but in the event we played two rounds in sunshine!"
"Our trip was made complete by a meeting with the mighty Monty in the clubhouse on the last morning and after a friendly chat with him he agreed to a photo with the boys - what a memory of our trip!"
Carnoustie Golf Courses
Carnoustie is regarded as one of the toughest links golf courses in the world. Carnoustie Championship course is now in the finest condition it has ever been. Not only does it offer the ultimate challenge to every golfer but it provides a playing quality second to none.
St Andrews Golf Courses
The undoubted home of golf - St Andrews has 6 golf courses, including the Old Course, and is the largest golf complex in Europe.
Dalmahoy Golf Courses
Championship golf course in Edinburgh hosting Scottish Seniors Open. Dalmahoy offers 18 hole East & West courses.
Muirfield Golf Course
Muirfield Golf Course is home to the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers. Muirfield has an extraordinary history: it's the only course to have hosted the British Open - 15 times - the British Amateur Championship, the Mid Amateur, the Ryder Cup, the Walker Cup and the Curtis Cup.
Looking to play golf in Ayrshire? View our guide to the golf courses in Ayrshire.