Classic golf holidays in the UK
UK golf holidays in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland give you the chance to play some fabulous courses, including some of the world’s very best. Whether your goal is to play the UK’s Top 100, championship venues or enjoy a fun break away with your friends and family, we are here to help.
You can choose to play and stay at some top rated hotels with superb golf courses on their doorsteps or stay in country inns and enjoy great hospitality when you’ve finished your golf for the day.
Northern Ireland is home to such gems as Royal Portrush, Portstewart and Castlerock. Portrush is one of the truly great courses of the world. But don’t go away without playing its neighbours – high-quality tests but not quite so demanding on your budget.
On the coast south of Belfast, don’t miss Royal County Down, right up there with Royal Portrush in terms of fame and glory.
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England punches well above its weight in the golf world. There are world-renowned golf courses around the country and diverse challenges at every corner. You can theme your holiday round golf courses that have hosted the Open, Harry Colt designs, Royal courses….the choice is huge and impressive. For accommodation you can select great pubs with great food (and bars) or luxury hotels where you can relax in style in readiness for the next day’s challenge.
Brace yourself for some outstanding golf courses in Northern Ireland. You’ve seen the professionals tackle them now is your chance to prove your golfing mettle across the courses created by designers rated among the very best…Harry Colt, Tom Norris and Alister McKenzie among them. And need we remind you of the welcome you’ll receive across the water?
Scotland is the home of golf for many reasons. The country is made for golf – the weather, the scenery, the people and the terrain all come together to make our luxury Scotland Golf Holidays very special. You only have to look back to the reign of King James II of Scotland to see how seriously folks north of the border take the game – the monarch banned it in 1457 as he believed it distracted young men from military training! Golf breaks in Scotland prove just as much a distraction today.