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The Highland Golf Experience

Scotland is the home of golf, so where better to experience a luxury golfing trip of a lifetime than the majestic Scottish Highlands. On this tour, you will play the very best courses the Highlands has to offer, including Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, and Brora.

But it’s not just premium golf courses on offer. You can also learn more about Scotland’s history with a trip to Culloden Battlefield and sample our world-famous whisky with a private tasting experience at Glenmorangie Distillery.

We handle all aspects of the trip, including tour design, admin, and booking tee times, making it easy for you to focus on what matters most, enjoying Scotland’s finest courses, culture, and cuisine.

Arrival location: Inverness Airport
Departure location: Inverness Airport

Golf Courses

Nairn Golf Club

Cabot Highlands (Previously known as Castle Stuart)

Tain Golf Club

Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Championship Course

Brora Golf Club


Points of Interest

– Culloden, Traditional Pub Dinner

– Whisky Tasting at The Malt Room

– Whisky Tasting at Glenmorangie Distillery

– Local Pubs in Dornoch

– Dunrobin Castle


Ness Walk Hotel,
Inverness (3 nights)
Links House Hotel,
Dornoch (2 nights)
Ness Walk Hotel,
Inverness (1 night)

What’s Included:

– Accommodation
– Breakfast
– Green Fees & Admissions to all sites according to itinerary
– Bespoke itinerary
– Premium vehicle & Private chauffeur
– Admission to all activities
– Local guides where appropriate
– Personal travel co-ordinator

Tour Details

Day 1

Arrive in the Scottish Highland

Transport: Executive Vehicle & Private Driver
Accommodation: Ness Walk Hotel, Inverness (3 Nights)
Dinner: The Torrish at Ness Walk Hotel

After landing at Inverness Airport, your chauffeur will be waiting with a warm welcome to Scotland.
They will help you with your bags and drive you to your accommodation for the next three nights: Ness Walk Hotel in the heart of Inverness.

Staying at Ness Walk Hotel is a sublime experience of refined luxury and serene surroundings. Sitting on the banks of the picturesque River Ness, this stunning hotel offers a captivating blend of Georgian architecture and contemporary elegance.

The rooms, adorned with tasteful decor and plush furnishings, provide a haven of tranquillity in the middle of a busy city. Whether overlooking the river or the hotel’s manicured gardens, each room offers a unique and breathtaking view. With its central location, Ness Walk Hotel provides easy access to Inverness’ notable attractions, making it an ideal base for exploration.

This evening you will be dining at The Torrish Restaurant within Ness Walk Hotel. The decor seamlessly blends classic and contemporary design, creating a sophisticated ambiance with soft lighting and tasteful furnishings.

The Torrish loves to celebrate Scottish ingredients, offering tantalising options like the single malt and honey smoked salmon for starters and succulent Cairngorm roe deer as the main course. A full vegan menu highlights the kitchen’s commitment to catering for everyone and includes herb crusted cauliflower with a mango purée. To round things off, why not indulge in a sweet finale with the coconut and malibu panna cotta.

After dinner, we recommend resting up before your first full day of touring begins in the morning.

Day 2

Play Nairn Golf Club, Visit Culloden Battlefield

Transport: Executive Vehicle & Private Driver
Dinner: The Castle Tavern

After a hearty Scottish breakfast your chauffeur will drive you to Nairn Golf Club.

Playing at Nairn is a captivating experience that immerses golf enthusiasts in the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands. This historic links course, established in 1887, offers a challenging yet scenic round of golf along the Moray Firth. The course’s tricky bunker placement provides a test of skill for players of all levels. The impeccable greens, framed by coastal dunes and gorse, add to the visual appeal of this special place. Nairn Golf Club provides a memorable golfing adventure in a setting that seamlessly integrates tradition, challenge, and the allure of Scotland’s rugged terrain.

After your round, you will pay a visit to Culloden Battlefield, a poignant journey into Scottish history. The site near Inverness marks the spot of the 1746 Battle of Culloden and evokes a solemn atmosphere as you walk the hallowed ground where the Jacobite Rising met its fateful end. The visitor centre’s exhibits offer immersive insights into the conflict, with artifacts and interactive displays enriching the historical narrative. The windswept moor, dotted with memorial stones, conveys a sombre sense of the past. As you stand on this iconic battlefield, the echoes of a pivotal moment resonate, providing you with a deeper understanding of the cultural and historical significance of Culloden.

This evening you will dine at The Castle Tavern in Inverness which is a delightful experience blending Scottish charm and culinary excellence. The cosy, traditional pub atmosphere welcomes you with warm hospitality. Meanwhile, the menu showcases a range of locally sourced ingredients, offering classic Scottish dishes with a twist, such as the haggis pakora. The Castle Tavern is lively, with a mix of locals and visitors, creating a friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy your meal. The Castle Tavern’s commitment to authenticity and quality, coupled with its historic surroundings and exciting atmosphere, makes it a truly memorable dining destination in Inverness.

In the evening, you will return to Ness Walk Hotel for a well-earned night’s sleep.

Day 3

Play Cabot Highlands (previously known as Castle Stuart), Whisky tasting at The Malt Room

Transport: Executive Vehicle & Private Driver
Dinner: MacGregor’s Bar

First up on the agenda today is a trip to the illustrious Cabot Highlands, previously know as ‘Castle Stuart’. This championship course, set against the backdrop of the Moray Firth, seamlessly combines breathtaking natural beauty with a challenging layout. Designed by renowned course architects Gil Hanse and Mark Parsinen, Cabot Highlands offers a challenging but thoroughly enjoyable round with panoramic views of the Highland landscape. The coastal setting adds a dramatic backdrop to each swing, making every hole a memorable one. Impeccable course conditions, intriguing challenges on every hole, and warm hospitality combine to ensure Cabot Highland’s place among the elite golf destinations in Scotland.

You will then embark on a whisky tasting experience at The Malt Room, Inverness’ first whisky bar. This is an exciting journey into the rich and nuanced world of Scotch whisky. The ambiance of The Malt Room exudes warmth, with thoughtful lighting and cosy furnishings setting the stage for an intimate exploration of Scotland’s ‘water of life’.

Knowledgeable staff will guide you through a carefully curated selection of single malts, with each dram revealing the distinctive flavours and aromas of Scotland’s finest spirits. The bar’s extensive whisky menu showcases regional diversity, from peaty Islay expressions to the smooth notes of Highland malts. The Malt Room is a haven for whisky enthusiasts, with every sip fostering a deeper appreciation for the craftsmanship and heritage behind each bottle.

A few drams may well work up an appetite, so you will soon be off to MacGregor’s Bar for dinner and entertainment.
This casual setting is also THE place to visit for Scottish traditional music. Here you will enjoy a menu of local, seasonal food and local craft beers.

Day 4

Play Tain Golf Course, Whisky Tasting at Glenmorangie Distillery

Transport: Executive Vehicle & Private Driver
Links House Hotel, Dornoch (2 Nights)

Dinner: MARA at Links House Hotel

Next up on the incredible list of courses on this tour is Tain Golf Course. Playing golf here, amidst the picturesque Highlands landscape, is a genuine privilege. Established in 1890, this historic course offers golfers a delightful blend of tradition and challenge. The well-manicured fairways and strategically placed bunkers provide a test of skill, while the stunning views of Dornoch Firth add to the visual allure. Tain Golf Course embodies the essence of Scottish golf, inviting players to enjoy a round in a serene and scenic environment which is steeped in golfing history.

After finishing your round, you will head for a whisky tasting experience at Glenmorangie Distillery, a sensory voyage through the artistry of Highland single malts. The distillery’s inviting atmosphere and knowledgeable guides provide a whisky tour experience like no other. Here you will sample a curated selection of Glenmorangie’s finest whisky, from the floral notes of the Original to the complexity of the Core Expressions range. You will soon appreciate the craftsmanship and unique character of Glenmorangie’s whiskies on this memorable journey through Scotland’s distilling heritage, all the while surrounded by the serene beauty of the Highlands.

This evening, your chauffeur will drive you to your home for the next two nights: Links House Hotel. Staying at Links House Hotel is an enchanting escape to the heart of Dornoch. This boutique hotel exudes charm with its historic architecture and elegant interiors. The luxurious, individually designed rooms, adorned with classic decor, offer the perfect place to unwind in style. The personalised service and attention to detail create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Located near the renowned Royal Dornoch Golf Club and the stunning Dornoch Beach, Links House Hotel provides a perfect blend of sophistication and tranquillity for an unforgettable Highland getaway.

This evening you will be dining in the hotel’s MARA restaurant. This swanky restaurant is named after the Scottish Gaelic for ‘the sea’ and prides itself on serving meals using ethical, local ingredients. Head chef Kevin Barber has crafted an inspiring menu that changes with the seasons and will leave you completely satisfied.

Day 5

Play Royal Dornoch, Explore Local Pubs in Dornoch

Transport: Executive Vehicle & Private Driver
Dinner: MARA at Links House Hotel

Day five begins with a trip to none other than Royal Dornoch, one of golfs truly great courses. Nestled along the stunning coastline of the Scottish Highlands, this historic links course, established in 1877, exudes a timeless charm with its flowing fairways, rugged dunes, and breathtaking views of the North Sea. During the second World War, some of the original holes were removed to make way for an airfield. However, when the war was over, George Duncan restored the course by creating the 6th through 11th holes that you see today.

As you navigate the legendary links, you will encounter tricky pot bunkers, strategic blind shots, and the ever-present coastal winds, making each round a unique challenge. The fast, true greens demand precision and skill, rewarding strategic play. The course’s design, courtesy of Old Tom Morris and later enhanced by Donald Ross, showcases the natural beauty of the landscape while providing an authentic and challenging golfing experience. With a rich history and a setting that epitomises the essence of Scottish golf, Royal Dornoch stands as a must-visit destination for golf enthusiasts seeking a genuine and unforgettable golfing adventure.

With so many exciting holes on Royal Dornoch, there are sure to be plenty of talking points from your day’s round. And where better to discuss them than over a refreshing drink in a cosy Dornoch pub. This afternoon you will head into Dornoch itself to explore its traditional local pubs.

Why not start at the historic Dornoch Castle Hotel bar, where you’re welcomed by a cosy atmosphere and an impressive whisky selection. Move on to the Eagle Bar for a lively, community-driven vibe, where locals share stories over pints. Round off your pub crawl at The Carnegie Whisky Cellars with their extensive whisky knowledge, offering a refined and knowledgeable tasting experience which is the perfect finale to an afternoon of savouring Dornoch’s rich pub culture.

This evening, you will return to Links House Hotel for a chance to try some more of the delicious dishes at MARA.

Day 6

Play Brora Golf Club, Visit Dunrobin Castle

Transport: Executive Vehicle & Private Driver
Accommodation: Ness Walk Hotel, Inverness (1 Night)
Dinner: The Torrish at Ness Walk Hotel

To round off this incredible golfing tour you will play at Brora Golf Club on Scotland’s beautiful north-east coast. This historic course, founded in 1891, combines natural beauty with a challenging layout.

An especially troublesome hole is the 13th, nicknamed the Snake due to the Clynelish Burn winding its way across your path. It may look easy at first glance, but do not be fooled. The number of golf balls which have ended up in the burn are testament to the difficulty of this tricky hole. And it’s not plain sailing once you’re across the water, with no less than four bunkers laying siege to the green.

The warm hospitality and genuine charm of the club enhance the overall experience. As you traverse the links, the echoes of golfing history and the rugged, unspoiled landscape create an unforgettable round, making Brora Golf Club a must-play destination for golf enthusiasts seeking an authentic Scottish golfing adventure.

Up next, you will experience the grandeur of Scottish history and architecture with a visit to Dunrobin Castle. Sitting on the stunning coastline of the Northern Highlands, this fairytale-like castle, dating back to the 13th century, is designed in the style of a French château and boasts turrets, towers, and magnificent gardens. You will be transported through centuries of aristocratic life as you explore its opulent rooms filled with period furniture, art, and curious artifacts. The beautifully manicured gardens, inspired by the Palace of Versailles, offer a serene escape with fountains, sculptures, and stunning sea views. The falconry displays in the castle’s grounds add an exciting touch, completing a visit that seamlessly blends history, beauty, and a touch of enchantment.

In the evening, your chauffeur will drive you back to Ness Walk Hotel for one last exquisite meal at The Torrish.

Day 7


As your magical journey through Scotland’s Highland courses comes to an end, your chauffeur will pack your bags and clubs into the car and drive you to Inverness Airport where you must sadly say your goodbyes.

But as we Scots say, “haste ye back!”

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