Posts for golfing

Perthshire – History and Culture

Wednesday 15th Jul 2015

Scotland’s history and traditions are world-renowned, rivalled only by its culture and scenery; and right at its heart lies Perthshire. Perth, a former capital of Scotland, lies on the banks of the River Tay. It’s a beautifully presented city, with lots to explore, but go beyond the boundaries of the ‘Fair City’ and the possibilities […]

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Coillabus, Islay

Wednesday 27th May 2015

The Isle of Islay is the most southernly of the Inner Hebrides. Partly flanked on one side by Jura, it is vastly different from its near neighbour with the flatter terrain much more suited to agriculture. With a population of over 3,000, you can expect to meet some of the friendliest people in the country. […]

Highlights of Elie

Wednesday 3rd Sep 2014

After last month’s focus on the East Neuk of Fife, I decided it was about time I discovered the delights of the area for myself. I immediately fell head over heels in love with the beautiful coastline and its string of picturesque fishing villages, all within easy reach of each other.  Our base for the […]

A Highland Golfing Escapade

Thursday 10th Apr 2014

Who better to share some tips on golfing in the Home of Golf than one of the country’s most successful women golfers? Inverness-based golf professional Gillian Stewart is a former Ladies European Tour star, with four wins under her belt, and currently one of Scotland’s leading golf coaches.  We asked Gillian about some of the lesser-known gems in […]

Ryder Cup 2014: Things to See and Do Near Gleneagles

Monday 31st Mar 2014

In this Year of Homecoming 2014, why not make time to explore some of Scotland’s tucked-away treasures and off-the-beaten-track beauties? For example, if you’re on holiday in Perthshire this September for the Ryder Cup 2014 and are looking for interesting things to see and do near Auchterarder, here are some suggestions for what you can experience on the days […]

The Links Effect: Ideas for Golf Breaks

Friday 14th Sep 2012

With over 550 courses and backdrops of breath-taking scenery, Scotland is an ideal destination for the keen golfer.  Whether you’re looking for challenging courses or somewhere to enjoy a leisurely 9 holes, you’ll be spoilt for choice in The Home of Golf.  Scotland is known for its fantastic links courses – from the world famous to […]

Reasons to take a golfing holiday in Scotland…

Thursday 19th Jan 2012

With over 550 golf courses across the country, it’s easy to get into the swing of Scottish golf.  Whether you want to play championship courses, such as Gleneagles, the Old Course at St Andrews or Castle Stuart, or just enjoy a few rounds on a traditional links course, Scotland – The Home of Golf – has a […]