Stay in Scotland

If you are staying in Scotland, have a look at our handy city guides to book your hotel in Scotland:

Ryder Cup 2014 comes to Gleneagles

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Scotland's Courses

Scotland Historic Courses

Play the courses which have been going for hundreds of years.... Read More...

Scotland Classic Courses

Visit Scotlands Classic golf courses which have made Scotland famous.... Read More...

Scotland Hidden Gems

Find Scotlands hidden gem golf courses found across the country.... Read More...

  • A Dream Setting


    The Home of Golf will give the 2014 the perfect setting. More...

  • Paul Lawrie Takes The Cup To Gleneagles


    Paul Lawrie, keen to play in the 2014 Ryder Cup takes the trophy to Gleneagles More...

  • Play Turnberry In Ayrshire


    Famed the world over, the absorbing beauty and stunning seascapes of Ayrshire's golfing coastline play host to Turnberry. More...

  • The Trump Course


    The opening of the spectacular Trump International Golf Links on the rugged Aberdeenshire coast just 5 miles north of Aberdeen has cemented the areas reputation. More...

Golf Scotland

Although golf's place of origin is uncertain, Scotland has the strongest claim. As early as 1457 it was banned there as a threat to archery practice, which was considered vital to national defense. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, Scotland (founded 1754), is the international shrine of golf, and the club's basic rules are the worldwide standards.

Recognized all over the world as the 'Home of Golf', Scotland offers golf in its purest form. It's famous links courses are world-renowned and include the famous St. Andrews, the instant classic, Kings Barns and hidden gems such as Royal Dornach and Machrihanish. The sheer quantity and quality of golf courses in Scotland is breathtaking.

Accommodation to cater to all tastes is readily available and this site lists all of these in an easy to find listing. Golfers are always made welcome and the food and drink in this beautiful country are almost as famous as the courses themselves.