The origins of golf are strongly associated with Scotland, particularly with Edinburgh, which was the place were first Rules of Golf were set out by the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers in 1744. Throughout the years golf has gained popularity; it was briefly a part of the Olympic Games in 1900 and 1904, and later on had its own official tournament: the Ryder Cup.
Today, this traditional sport is as inherent part of Scotland as it was back in the Middle Ages. The stunning golf courses with amazing views and deep heritage attract thousands of amateur or pro golfers from around the world. Especially, Scotland’s capital has gained popularity over the years with its selection of courses and easy access from the city centre.
The Howard and Channings offer a vast range of sample packages but we do recommend to speak to our golf expert, Chris, who can customise and adjust the trip to your needs and add a personal touch that will enhance your visit at no extra cost.
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