Golf in Scotland was first recorded in the 15th century and the modern game was first developed, then established in the country. Scotland has more than 500 courses divided among its ten regions., with the highest concentration being within a short distance of either Glasgow or Edinburgh. However, travel a little further afield and there are some stunning options. A long list of prestigious tournaments have graced the golfing history of Scotland such as the Open Championship and most recently, the Ryder Cup 2015 at Gleneagles.

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Trump International Golf Scotland

Balmedie, Aberdeenshire

Occupying a three-mile stretch of North Sea coastline between Murcar Links and Cruden Bay, Trump International Golf Links is the latest American inspired, high profile course to open in Scotland since the start of the new millennium.

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Kingsbarns Golf Links

St. Andrews, Fife

Kingsbarns Golf Links located just 7 miles from the "home of golf" is part of the long heritage of links golf centred around St Andrews. Golf has been played on the present site since 1793 when the Kingsbarns Golf Society was established as the 11th earliest golf society in the world. The Society was later reconstituted as The Kingsbarns Golf Club which remains active to this day. Kyle Phillips designed the course in its present championship layout which was opened in 2000.

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Carnoustie, Angus

Carnoustie. Just the name is synonymous with quality and world class golf. Carnoustie has been the venue for The Open Championship on numerous occassions. The imposing hotel overlooks the 18th green of the championship course and provides views across this magnificent links and out across The North Sea. Located close to Dundee Airport and 14 miles from St Andrews, Carnoustie is a superb venue for your golf break.

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£785.00 pp

Gleneagles Hotel

Auchterarder, Perthshire

One of The Leading Hotels of the World, The 5* Gleneagles Hotel is spectacular! With it's location at 'the gateway to the Highlands', the breath taking views of the Perthshire countryside provide the back drop for the three championship golf courses occupying the magnificent 850-acre estate - The King’s course, The Queen’s course and the PGA course, which was host to the exhilarating 2014 Ryder Cup.

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Trump Turnberry Resort

Turnberry, Ayrshire

Located on the stunning Ayrshire coast, with spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde, The Turnberry Resort is a luxurious 5* golf resort, offering you everything you could want for your golf get away. From the excellent spa and health club, to the superb choices of bars and restaurants, the facilities are world class. Then you have the golf. The name Turnberry is synonymous with The Open Championship golf, with its iconic hotel and lighthouse overlooking the course, it truly is spectacular!

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Fairmont St Andrews

St Andrews, Fife

Created in the late 1990's, The Fairmont St Andrews resort has stunning views over the old town and out over St Andrews Bay. Offering world class 5* luxury accommodation and exquisite dining, the resort is a perfect venue for your golf break. It boasts two excellent championship links style courses which have hosted both Open Championship qualifiers, The Scottish Seniors Open and European Seniors Tour events.

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£365.00 pp

Cameron House on Loch Lomond

Cameron, Dunbartonshire

Built on the banks of Loch Lomond, this luxurious hotel provides a warm Scottish welcome to this beautiful location. Everything you will need for a spectacular golf break. With nine holes on the high road, nine on the low road. Preparing yourself for an epic journey of stunning greens, majestic highland backdrops, brilliantly peppered with bunkers and of course the world's most beautiful water hazard - the great loch itself.