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Scottish Golf Breaks

Scottish Golf Breaks

Looking over Swilcan Bridge towards the clubhouse at St Andrews Old Course

Scotland is where the royal and ancient game was born and bred and, naturally, a wonderful golf course is to be found in almost every town and village.


The home of golf is a golfing paradise loved by enthusiasts from around the world. For real lovers of the game of golf, there is no place quite like it. Each of Scotland's six golfing regions offer a rich assortment of golfing gems, some of which bear the look of having been there since the dawn of time.


From the sanctity of the Old Course, St Andrews, which is centuries old, to some of the newer offerings such as Kingsbarns and Southern Gailes, golf in Scotland is very much a way of life.


For UK Nationals and especially overseas visitors to these shores a golf break in Scotland offers a truly memorable experience with contrasting courses set amidst a beautiful highland and lowland tapestry and steeped in history.


Travel to the Highlands and you will experience some of the most remote and scenically beautiful courses in Scotland where you can enjoy the pleasures of a secluded round of golf amid a quite breathtaking panorama…


Or, alternatively you may prefer a trip to Perthshire, Angus and Dundee and the Kingdom of Fife - regarded as the Heartlands of Scottish Golf with numerous courses par excellence.

KLM Travel provide a specialist travel service for golfers traveling to Scotland with supporting daily travel throughout your stay for up to 8 passengers using our luxury Autoliner MPV with cargo trailer for golfing equipment and luggage.


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Enquiries and Reservations


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  • Duration of stay / number of nights
  • Travel Dates
  • Luggage requirement
  • Number of passengers
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  • Daily travel requirement / course locations
  • Inward / Outward travel requirements to / from Scotland