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Discover & play the true 'Home of Golf'

Scotland’s golf courses are undoubtedly the most beautiful in the world, but we’ve had a lot of time to work on them, as we first created the sport back in the 15th Century! 

Immerse yourself in the history and beauty of Scottish Golf with our bespoke Private Golf Tours. Our tour experts have over 10 years of experience taking golf enthusiasts around Scotland’s greatest courses and are the perfect travel companions for a local insight into the history of Scottish Golf.

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Planning your private golf vacation

With so many world-renowned courses to pick from, it can be hard to know where to start! With Braw’s Private Golf Tours, you can play courses all over the country and save your worrying for your game and not your travel. 

Our private tour expert will recommend and help book you into some of Scotland’s most famous courses, or that hidden gem you didn’t know existed, all you have to choose is how many days you’d like to spend. With our bespoke private tours, you can travel all over Scotland in luxury and see some of the most beautiful sites in world golf. 

Click on one of our top golf courses to find out more information on what Scottish Golf has to offer, or click ‘Create your custom tour’ below to get in touch with our tour experts and start planning your perfect golf vacation in Scotland.

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All our golf tours are completely customizable and tailor-made to suit you and your group’s needs and wants. Our tour experts can make recommendations and help you plan each and every swing of your golf tour experience while transporting you safely from course to course in the comfort of our luxury vehicles.

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Royal Dornoch

Royal Dornoch

Often referred to as the ‘King of Scottish links courses’, Royal Dornoch Golf Club is a golf club in Dornoch, Sutherland, Scotland. It is generally referred to as Royal Dornoch. The club has two 18-hole courses: the Championship Course and the Struie Course. The older Championship Course is a links course located on the Dornoch Firth.

Carnoustie Golf Club

Carnoustie Golf Club

Golf is recorded as having been played at Carnoustie in the early 16th century and its historic championship golf course is one of the venues in the Open Championship rotation.

Situated in Angus, on the east coast of Scotland, Carnoustie is a golfing dream and the most immersive history lesson you can imagine packed into 18 holes of golf. 

Old Course St Andrews

Old Course at St Andrews

The Old Course at St Andrews is considered the oldest golf course in the world and is commonly known as ‘The Cathedral of Golf’. The Old Course is also the home of The Open Championship, the oldest of golf’s major championships. The Old Course has hosted this major 29 times since 1873, most recently in 2015, making the course a must-visit for any golf or sports fan.


Gleneagles Golf Resort

Gleneagles has three golf courses: the King’s Course, Queen’s Course, and PGA Centenary Course, previously known as the Monarch’s Course.  Gleneagles Golf Academy opened in 1994 and in 2010 was re-branded to The PGA National Academy for Scotland. The Jack Nicklaus-designed PGA Centenary Course opened in 1993 and hosted the Ryder Cup in 2014. When asked about his work, Nicklaus said, “It’s the finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with.”

Muirfield Golf Course

Muirfield Golf Club

Located in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, overlooking the Firth of Forth, Muirfield is a links course and is one of the golf courses used in rotation for The Open Championship. Jack Nicklaus won three Open Championships, the first at Muirfield in 1966, which completed the first of his three career grand slams. Nicklaus has described Muirfield as “the best golf course in Britain.”


Turnberry Golf Club

Trump Turnberry is a golf resort located on the coast of the Firth of Clyde in South Ayrshire, southwestern Scotland. It comprises three links golf courses, a golf academy, a five-star James Miller-designed hotel from 1906, along with lodge and cottage accommodations. The prominent rock island Ailsa Craig is visible to the southwest.