Scottish Heritage Golf Trail - Interactive Guidebook

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This Heritage Golf Trail merges the heritage of golf with a stunning backdrop of East Lothian, Fife, & Perth with Kinross. Trace the footsteps of Old Tom Morris & James Braid on world-famous courses.


  • Gain access to an online interactive guidebook for 2 devices, valid 12 months
  • Enjoy complete flexibility to craft your perfect self-drive itinerary
  • Discover destinations, attractions, campsites, hotels, hidden gems, & viewpoints
  • Save hours of searching so you won't miss a thing, conveniently mapped on route
  • Signposts ideas and options for convenience and more information


-This online travel guidebook helps you create a bespoke road trip to help with planning your break before you travel as well as when you are on your break, with 12 months of access. -Therefore, we suggest you don’t wait until your travel date, purchase the guidebook in advance to help you with your planning. Choose an early date and get planning straight away! Experience Scotland's World-Class Golf Courses: • Scotland boasts some of the world's most renowned golf courses, and for good reason. • Its links courses are famous for their challenging conditions, breathtaking scenery, and deep-rooted history. • If you seek a golf trip that transports you back in time, a Scottish heritage golf tour is ideal. • It's the perfect way to immerse yourself in Scotland's best offerings: rich history, stunning landscapes, and challenging golf courses. Scotland truly is a golfer's paradise. Scotland’s Heritage Golf Trail: • This flexible, suggsed route is a journey through the heart of golfing history with a captivating visit to Scotland on the Scottish Heritage Golf Road trip. • Follow in the hallowed footsteps of golfing icons like James Braid and Old Tom Morris. • Beginning east of Edinburgh, the trail winds its way northward, tracing the picturesque East Lothian coast, delving into Fife, and meandering through Perth with Kinross. • Spanning 226 miles (364 km), with a driving time of approximately 7 hours and 45 minutes (not including tee off, of course!). • Explore the timeless beauty of some of James Braid's most esteemed golf courses. Braid's legacy goes beyond mere victories on the green. • Old Tom Morris, a legendary figure in golf history, made a lasting impact on the sport through his iconic designs. His architectural genius is evident across Scotland's golfing landscape, with numerous notable courses reflecting his unmistakable touch. • With an option of visiting 11 historic golf clubs. Explore beloved and renowned clubs around Edinburgh and Fife, each steeped in tradition and history. Experience some of Scotland's finest links courses along the way. • Visit St. Andrews, renowned as the birthplace of golf and a pilgrimage site for golf enthusiasts worldwide. • Explore the Old Course, the world's oldest golf course dating back to the 15th century. Don't miss the British Golf Museum nearby, which traces the sport's history from medieval times to the present day. Scotland’s Heritage Golf Clubs: • The guide covers visitor information for 8 destinations and locations, plus 11 golf courses to visit, plus loads of links and references. • Browse local experiences and activities available as bookable links. • Use the Overnight Stay map to pinpoint 55+ campsites, 25+ pub stops and park-ups, 130+ hotels, 120+ B&Bs and guesthouses along the way.


Destination online guidebook with reference links Maps with overnight stays and places of interest, hidden gems etc 12 months of access on 2 devices Via website. No app – nothing to download Suggested route with options to choose Adjust to suit your time frame

Important Information

  • This is not a guided tour! Note, no one will meet you.
  • Do not go to a “meeting point” this is for illustration purposes only
  • Online via a website. No app to download. Access on 2 devices (for 12 months)
  • Access via link provided after booking. Account with email and password must be created.
  • As this is a self-drive, you pick and choose your own route.
  • You will need your own transport and drive yourself to your chosen destinations.
  • Booking in advance? With 12 months of access, we recommend booking straight away to gain access without delay. Get planning much earlier!

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