Royal Dornoch (#6)
Castle Stuart (#21)
Breath-taking scenery, empty fairways and world class golf courses....just don't tell anyone, ok? Toast your wisdom and good fortune to be on a golf tour to the Scottish Highlands with a dram of the finest Speyside Scotch.
Fly into Inverness and you can be playing on the spectacular Castle Stuart within 60 mins, then stay 3 nights in their luxurious onsite accommodation.
4 rounds & 3 nights B&B staying at Castle Stuart GC
From £949 pp
Trump International, Scotland (#14)
Royal Aberdeen (#16)
Cruden Bay (#69)
Looking for a golf tour challenge? The Granite City is links golf at its very best and lives up to its nickname with a glorious combination of architecture and elements.
Stay 3 nights in the centre of Aberdeen at the excellent 4* Hilton Garden Inn, close to the abundant nightlife and just a short drive to the Granite City's four Top 100 golf courses.
4 rounds & 3 nights B&B at the 4* Hilton Garden Inn, Aberdeen
From £749 pp
Royal Dornoch (#6), Trump International, Scotland (#14), Royal Aberdeen (#16), Castle Stuart (#21), Nairn (#35), Cruden Bay (#69), Murcar (#94), Skibo Castle
Take the golf tour of a lifetime and play all seven Top 100 golf courses in the Scottish Highlands, plus the staggeringly beautiful millionaires playground at Skibo Castle.
Indulge yourself in luxury with 3 nights at 5* Trump MacLeod House and a further 4 nights at 4* Royal Golf Hotel overlooking the 1st tee of Royal Dornoch.
8 rounds & 7 nights B&B at Trump MacLeod House and the Royal Golf Hotel
From £2,399 pp
Brora, Golspie, Tain, Spey Valley, Boat of Garten, Nairn Dunbar, Moray, Cullen
Travel through some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland on this week long tour of Hidden Gems in the Scottish Highlands. From atmospheric links such as Brora and Cullen, to the Boat of Garten's mountain views, this golf tour will have you reaching for the camera time and time again.
Also included is a visit to one of the many whisky distilleries en route, Speyside Scotch is rightly considered to be the best in the world!
8 rounds & 7 nights superb self-catered accommodation
From £649 pp
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Such is the quality of courses on offer, often the hardest question for a Top 100 Golf Tour to the Scottish Highlands is simply, which ones to play?
From timeless 400 year old classics to modern masterpieces, the strength and depth of the region will exhilarate and delight you in equal measure, with quality courses from every age of the game. Make the pilgrimage to world renowned Royal Dornoch and play golf in its most natural and spiritual form; then compare and contrast just a few miles down the road at exclusive Skibo Castle where you will likely have the entire, manicured course to yourself. The experiences are very different, yet the golf is magnificent at both.
This wonderful contrast of experiences is repeated across the region, meaning every day is different and somehow even better than before. What can be assured though - from traditional out and back links such as Royal Aberdeen, Nairn and Cruden Bay, to contemporary classics such as Castle Stuart and Trump International Golf Links, Scotland - is that the views at all of them are magnificent! With the majority of courses bordering enormous dunes and the sea, the already beautiful Scottish Highlands are an awe inspiring place to play golf. They will have you reaching for your camera time and time again.
Add to this a warmth of welcome possibly unrivalled anywhere else in the UK, fantastic service and après golf activities such as salmon fishing and whisky distillery tours, you can see why the Scottish Highlands has to be your next 'must play' destination for a Top 100 Golf Tour.
Golf has been played on the famous Scottish Highlands links of Royal Dornoch for hundreds of years. The fiendish plateau greens will test your strategy, ball striking and short game prowess as much today as they did 400 years ago.
Opened in 2012 and already ranked inside the UK Top 10, the 'wow' factor amongst the towering dunes never lets up from start to finish. This is sheer golfing exhilaration from the 1st tee to the 18th green.
Forget everything you know about golf tours - at Skibo it is all about the experience. From the empty fairways and breath taking views, to the world class course and welcome, this is a day out in the Scottish Highlands like no other.
Less than 10 years old, this visual masterpiece has already hosted the Scottish Open on 4 occasions. Multiple lines of attack encourage choice and nuance, making the course superbly playable for all and a perfect choice for a golf tour to Scotland.
A stunning out and back traditional links with beautiful views of the Moray Firth from every hole. Host of the 1999 Walker Cup, Nairn has stupendous greens and a succession of great holes from start to finish.
A traditional links with magnificent panoramic views first laid out by Old Tom Morris in 1899, this is old fashioned links golf at its best. A real Scottish Highlands one-off with a whisky based welcome unlike any other!