Golf Tours


Scottish Golf Tours

Scotland is where golf was first invented. The ancient sport has flourished on Scottish soil for centuries and remains one of Scotland’s greatest attractions.
Golf in Scotland was first recorded in the 15th century, and the modern game of golf was first developed and established in this beautiful country.

Scotland is renowned for its historic links courses. Illustrious Open venues like the Old Course at St Andrews, Royal Troon, Muirfield, Carnoustie and Turnberry never fail to inspire and amaze. A round of golf at any of these prestige courses will create a memory that will never fade! Countless other courses are worth exploring, for the sheer quality of golf on offer in Scotland is unrivaled. Elegant Gleneagles boasts three championship courses (the PGA Centenary Course is to host the Ryder Cup in 2014). Royal Dornoch in the Scottish Highlands is a timeless classic. Beautiful Blairgowrie in Perthshire is where Greg Norman picked up his first European Tour title. Dalmahoy near Edinburgh has had the pleasure of staging the Solheim Cup.

Here at Hamish Mair Chauffeur services we offer a complete golf package for individuals and groups of golfers.

We include full transportation to the desired golf course in any of our Mercedes range vehicles from our S Class to the Viano. The choice is yours.

We can organise your tee times and book lunch taking any stresses away so you can enjoy your day to the full. Transportation can be organised to any golf course of your choice including St Andrews, Archerfield links, Turnberry and Muirfield but due to popularity ,tee booking times will need to be pre-arranged well in advance for these magnificent venues.

Our Chauffeurs are very knowledgeable and play the game to a fairly high standard, so any advice required will be a pleasure to pass on.

For further information call 07768 704 985 or complete an online enquiry form. The golf courses in Scotland are a must for all you golf fanatics, the scenery, the links, the beauty and individuality of the characteristic styles of courses and the nineteenth need I say any more……!