Golf, Castles, Single Malts & A Mythical Monster
From the North Sea to the Irish Sea and the Highlands to the Lowlands, Scotland has an astonishing variety. A mosaic of rugged shorelines and remote highlands, lush woodlands, windswept moors and lochs as deep as the imagination, the landscapes of Scotland will take your breath away.
The land of single malt whisky, tartan and bagpipes, it’s the country that gave us Robert Burns, Alexander Fleming, golf and the Loch Ness Monster, as well as fictional figures from Sherlock Holmes to Harry Potter. Scotland is the home of golf where its’ roots can be traced back as far as the 15th century. It’s all this and more, a great northern land begging to be discovered by those who crave rich history, quirky culture, the great outdoors and timeless legends.
Aberdeen & The Scottish Highlands
The Scottish Highlands are famed for their wild nature and majestic scenery. Today the region's biggest draw remains their magnificent landscape - at almost every turn is a vista that will stop you in your tracks. And what a setting for golf.
The Open Championship Tour
The Open Championship is synonymous with the story of golf and during this pilgrimage to Scotland you will play no less than seven courses that have hosted the tournament. This is effectively a journey through the history of links golf, the oldest and purest form of the game.