Let us keep you up to date with all the specials we offer.
Savor the splendor of the majestically beautiful Scottish Highlands, with a relaxing week away from the humdrum of everyday life. Play some of the very best links courses in the world, together with a few true hidden gems, guaranteed to enchant as they test your golf skills to the maximum.
Dramatic mountain landscapes and a magnificent coastline frame a treasure trove of golfing jewels, among them Royal Dornoch, rated by many as the best links course in the world. Don’t miss the opportunity to play the Nairn Championship Course and for a very special experience, the delightful Brora or Golspie clubs, where golf is played as it was a century ago. If you have some free time, look for the monster in nearby Loch Ness, or visit one or two of the impressive castles in the area.
No place else in the British Isles will you experience such hospitality, comfortable accommodations and excellent food.
Spend 6 nights in the enchanting Scottish Highlands.
Play Castle Stuart Course
Castle Stuart Golf Links is the most recent addition to the Scottish Highlands sparkling collection of links courses and has already earned a reputation as one of Scotland’s best. Opened in 2009 and heralded as the most important course opening of the decade, this young upstart hosted The European Tour’s prestigious Scottish Open for the third consecutive year in 2013 and again in 2016. This is a pure links course of the highest order and belongs on the must play list of every serious golfer.
Sightseeing Suggestion: Take a cruise on Loch Ness and explore the ruins of Urquhart Castle.
Play Brora Course
Brora presents all the attributes of the Scottish seaside links. The layout is classic: an easy opening hole, a short hole facing each cardinal point of the compass, a hole you can’t reach in two shots and the last green under the clubhouse window. The course will ensure that you can use every club in your bag.
Sightseeing Suggestion: Visit one of the many Whisky distilleries located in the Scottish Highlands.
Play Royal Dornoch Championship Course
The pride and joy of Highland golf is and always has been, Royal Dornoch, where the game has been played since the early 17th century. Ranked among the top dozen courses in the world and one of the best links anywhere, it’s a layout that belongs on every golfers bucket list. Visit during the spring or early summer and Dornoch will be ablaze with brilliant yellow as the abundance of gorse and a predominant hazard here, shows off its one redeeming asset. Don’t be deceived by the good looks, it’s a hazard with a voracious appetite for errant shots and to be avoided at any costs.
Sightseeing Suggestion: Visit enchanting Dunrobin Castle and witness their daily Falconry display.
Play Golspie Course
Located only 11 miles north of Dornoch, you will find Golspie to be a fairly flat seaside links course. Golspie is wooded with heather and the Lochy Pond provides the hazards throughout the course. A truly enjoyable golfing experience at one of Scotland’s hidden gems.
Sightseeing Suggestion: Visit The Scottish Kiltmaker Centre in Inverness, set within the world’s largest kiltmaking workshop, The Highland House of Fraser.
Play Nairn Championship Course
Nairn is very much a traditional Scottish links with the opening holes stretching out along the shoreline. The course is a fine test of golf for the amateur golfer and professional golfer alike along with beautiful greens and a spectacular backdrop. The club has been the host to the Walker Cup and Curtis Cup.
Sightseeing Suggestion: Visit the ruins of awe-inspiring Elgin Cathedral founded in 1224.
Starting at $3,515 per golfer
Call for Reservations orRequest this Trip!