Golf history in the West Coast of Scotland
Scotland as a nation boasts more than 500 golf courses. The West Coast enjoys some of the finest, in part because of the amazing sand dunes, ideal for Links courses. During the 1400s King James played the game here, and Mary Queen of Scots apparently enjoyed a round just a few hours after her husband, Lord Darnley, was killed. Some say an early form of golf existed here in the 1200s, others say it was brought to bonnie Scotland by invaders. Whatever the truth is, the game we love – or something very similar - has probably been played in this amazing region for at least eight hundred years.
Golf packages on the West Coast of Scotland
Our programme of golf on some of the country's best Championship courses includes play at Kingsbarns or Carnoustie, New or Jubilee courses, Castle course or Crail Balcomie Links, plus of course a guaranteed tee time on the Old Course, St Andrews. After that, the South West is yours with play at Royal Troon Old Course, Prestwick and the Ailsa at Trump Turnberry. We're always delighted to customise this programme to meet your unique requirements, your preferred courses and desired accommodation, number of rounds and the number of nights you'll be with us.
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