Golf Packages In Scotland
Morton Golf offers visitors the chance to view some wonderful itineraries which feature Scotland’s famous golf courses and of course the hidden gems. We have a wide range of Scottish Golf Packages to choose from. Alternatively, get in touch with us and we can help you design your own itinerary.
Peter Craigon is one of the most knowledgeable golfers in Scotland and has played every course featured on the itineraries on this website.
Peter played in many National and Regional championships on many of Scotland’s famous golf courses. Peter and Fiona have excellent relationships with all of the golf courses featured on the Morton Golf Website and this is a great help in getting the tee times required to ensure YOU have the golfing experience of a lifetime when you come to Scotland. Get in touch with Morton Golf to arrange your ideal golf package in Scotland.
Scottish Golf Packages – Sample itineraries include:
- Golfing in Aberdeen – The Royal Aberdeen Golf Tour
- Golfing in Angus – Carnoustie Golf Tour 1
- Golfing in Angus – Carnoustie Golf Tour 2
- Golfing in The Kingdom of Fife – Old Course Tour
- Golfing in the Kingdom of Fife – St Andrews Golf Tour 1
- Golfing in the Kingdom of Fife – St Andrews Golf Tour 2
- Golfing in East Lothian – North Berwick Golf Tour
- Golfing in the North of Scotland – Royal Dornoch Golf Tour
- Golfing in the North of Scotland – Scottish Links Golf Tour
- Golfing in Perthshire – Gleneagles Tour
- Golfing in South West Scotland – Turnberry Golf Tour
- Golfing in South West Scotland – Royal Troon Golf Tour
Scotland Golf – Wonderful Golf Packages from Morton Golf Holidays.
Old Course – guaranteed tee times – play the most famous golf course in the world. Morton Golf Holidays will arrange a customized package for you and your group including the world famous Old Course in St Andrews.
Castle Course – With its cliff top location, the Castle Course is not a links course. However, it has been designed in the Scottish links tradition. The specially cultivated mix of bent and fescue grasses will give the course an authentic links feel and playability. Because the approaches to the greens will be similar to the greens themselves, running shots will be as playable as pitches.
Kingsbarns – Golf has been enjoyed over the links land of Kingsbarns beginning in 1793. Attired in their blue coats, the Kingsbarns men met for their Spring and Autumn Meetings to challenge for the Societies medals on the links and to enjoy the conviviality of friends over dinner in the Golfers Hall
Gleneagles – A winning blend of natural beauty and golfing adventure, the three championship golf courses at Gleneagles are regarded among the very best golf courses in the world. The inspiration of two of the greatest names in the game, five times Open winner James Braid and the Golden Bear himself Jack Nicklaus, the courses offer tantalising challenges for all levels of player. The PGA Centenary Course was the Host Venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup, where the cream of European and American battled it out on Scottish soil for the first time in more than 40 years. The King’s Course Opened in 1919, the masterful King’s has tested the powers of golfing aristocracy for almost a hundred years. The Queen’s Course, the natural beauty of the Queen’s is an inspirational battle of wits for anyone in love with the great game.
Turnberry – Long regarded as one of the finest courses in the world, the Ailsa came to international prominence with the famous duel between Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson over the four days of the 1977 Open. It was then, in brilliant sunny weather, that a capacity crowd was treated to an exhilarating display of golf from two of the best golfers the world has ever known.
Royal Troon – Royal Troon is home to one of the best links courses on the west side of Scotland and is steeped in golfing history, notably several dramatic Open Championships since 1923. The Open will be held there again in 2016. The club was awarded its Royal Charter in 1978 to celebrate it’s centenary.
Prestwick – Prestwick Golf Club was founded in 1851 by a group of members who met at the Red Lion Inn, Prestwick. The Earl of Eglinton was the first Captain of the club, and presented a gold medal for annual competition, the Eglinton gold medal is still played for to this day.
These are just some of the wonderful golf courses we can use to make up your itinerary