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Luxury Scotland Golf Vacations - Scotland Golf Trips

Scotland Golf Trips offers more than just old world charm.  Scotland has long been a favorite destination for golfers from across the world. The scenery is exceptional, the welcome second to none and the courses are considered to be amongst the finest in the world.  

Some of the world's greatest links courses reside in Scotland with names such as St. Andrews, Carnoustie, Royal Troon, Royal Dornoch, Brora, Nairn and Tain, complemented by a whole host of spectacular hidden gems such as Boat of Garten, Dunnottar Castle, Moray Old and Nairn Dunbar.  Our Luxury Scotland golf vacations combine some of the finest Scotland championship links courses with famous/luxurious accommodation, mixed in with superb Scottish scenery. You haven’t experienced golf until you have experienced where golf began. Let Global Golf Vacations be your guide to Historic Scotland. Remember, all of our Scotland Golf Trips and Scotland Golf Vacations can be customized so don’t hesitate to contact as with any request.

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Scotland Golf Vacations - Accomodation Hightlight: Turnberry Resort

Ideal for any Scotland golf trip, the Westin Turnberry Resort, Scotland enjoys a spectacular coastal setting with breathtaking views of Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig and the Irish Sea. Surrounded by Scotland’s most beautiful scenery, every visit is unforgettable. Enjoy world-class golf on two championship courses, a superb nine-hole course, or at The Colin Montgomerie Links Golf Academy. Indulge yourself at our award-winning spa and experience exhilarating country pursuits at The Outdoor Activity Centre. Comfortable accommodations are available in our magnificently restored hotel, many with ocean views, as well as in two-bedroom cottages and six- or eight-bedroom lodges. All are stylishly decorated and feature the Westin Heavenly Bed.

Scotland Golf Vacations - Accomodation/Golf Highlights: St Andrews

St Andrews Bay Golf Resort & Spa is a five-star hotel that sits proudly amid the rugged, coastal landscape of the North Sea while commanding spectacular views of the bay’s golden beaches and the medieval skyline of the historic town. The resort offers an international standard of service and meticulous attention to detail in the comfort and convenience of a modern world-class resort, shrouded in the history of the ‘Home of Golf’. There are two championship courses featuring a number of cliff-edges tees and greens. The Clubhouse, which opened in August 2002, sits overlooking the 18th greens of both courses.  Perfect for those looking for an unforgettable Scotland golf trip!

St Andrews Bay boasts 36 holes of championship golf. The Torrance Course, designed by the late Gene Sarazen and winning Ryder Cup captain, Sam Torrance, sweeps its way round the hotel and down to the coastal edge. If guests require a little pampering off the tees, St Andrews Bay’s European-style Spa indulges body and soul, offering a range of treatments for complete relaxation. Complementing the Spa is a range of modern fitness equipment plus steam room, sauna, jacuzzi and an 18-metre indoor pool.

Sightseeing Highlights: Edinburgh

Welcome to Edinburgh and the Lothians, where the buzz of Scotland's capital city sits in perfect contrast to the peaceful tranquility of the surrounding Lothians region. From world famous festivals to one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world, Edinburgh is the ideal city break. Discover museums and galleries, take a bus tour (or ghost tour!) or take some time out in some of Edinburgh and the Lothian's wide open spaces before hitting the city's restaurants, shops and bars.

Sightseeing Highlights: Loch Ness

Loch Ness and the legend of 'Nessie', the famous Loch Ness monster has inspired the imagination of young and old for generations & makes Loch Ness one of the top travel destinations for visitors to Scotland. Loch Ness offers the visitor much more than a chance to catch a glimpse of 'Nessie', the Loch monster sheltering in the depths by Urquhart Castle. Loch Ness lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty, where water, forests, moors, mountains and scenic glens combines peace and quiet with an exciting sense of adventure & discovery, at any time of the year.