Scotland is The Home of Golf. For centuries, people have been hitting golf balls round these shores. From magnificent links courses to inland courses set against the majesty of Scotland’s scenery, the variety of golf on offer is huge.
The names of famous east coast courses such as St Andrews, Muirfield, Gullane and Carnoustie all tug the heart strings of golfers, but with over 550 golf courses in Scotland there are many more to experience. Scotland’s West Coast and Highlands and Islands have some hidden gems that are often overlooked, but are no less exhilarating to play.
What better way to take on these hidden gems and enjoy a golf holiday in Scotland in style than from aboard Scotia W, your own private cruise vessel. She is the perfect island hopping companion for those wanting to play some of Scotland’s more remote and most picturesque golf courses. Links and inland courses can also be enjoyed from the mini-cruise ship.
Prestwick, Troon, Turnberry, Machrihanish and Machrie can all be played from a cruise in the Firth of Clyde/Southern Argyll area. Royal Dornoch, Tain, Nairn, Castle Stuart and Spey Valley can be enjoyed from a Moray Firth or Caledonian Canal cruise. While a West Coast or Hebridean cruise can see Traigh, Skye, Skeabost, Barra, Benbecula and Harris golf courses played with a little bit of island hopping.
If there are non-golfing members of the party, we can create specific itineraries to allow them to discover some of Scotland’s history, heritage and culture.
Contact us to book a unique Scottish golf holiday, or for more information.