Golf at Taymouth transcends mere sport, offering an extraordinary journey through meticulously designed fairways, majestic moorland views, and a harmonious blend of challenge and serenity.

Golf in Scotland

Taymouth’s 18-hole course delivers a golfing experience steeped in history, featuring fairways dotted with ancient trees, some dating back 350 years. The landscape is adorned with a harmonious mix of lime, oak, and Scottish pine trees, creating a picturesque horizon. Notably, Hole 4 stands as an iconic feature positioned in front of the castle entrance. Hole 12’s equally captivating views offer stunning views of Loch Tay and the majestic backdrop of Ben Lawers mountain.

Golf in Scotland

Scotland is often referred to as the birthplace of golf, and the country offers some of the best golf in the world.

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The Open Venues

The Open Venues are a group of historic and prestigious golf courses in Scotland that have hosted the Open Championship over the years. These courses include St Andrews, Royal Troon, Muirfield, Carnoustie, and Turnberry. Each course has its unique characteristics and challenges that make them a favourite among professional golfers and enthusiasts alike.

Royal Troon

Royal Troon is a links course on the west coast of Scotland that has hosted nine Open Championships. The course is known for its narrow fairways, deep bunkers, and challenging green complexes.


Carnoustie is a challenging links course on the east coast of Scotland that has hosted seven Open Championships. The course is known for its narrow fairways, deep bunkers, and unpredictable weather conditions. It is considered one of the toughest golf courses in the world.


Turnberry is a world-renowned golf resort in South Ayrshire that has hosted four Open Championships, most recently in 2009. The Ailsa Course is one of the most challenging and picturesque golf courses in the world, boasting stunning views of the Ailsa Craig and the Firth of Clyde.


Muirfield is an exclusive links course in East Lothian that has hosted 16 Open Championships. The course is known for its undulating fairways and challenging greens, making it a favourite of many professional golfers.

St Andrews

St Andrews, known as the "Home of Golf," boasts seven courses, including the Old Course, which has hosted the Open Championship 29 times. The courses at St Andrews are known for their unique layout and challenging features, making it a must-play destination for golf enthusiasts.