At Deveron travel we specialise in golf transfers from any of Scotland airport we will meet and greet you on your arrival. Our drivers will have name boards; we will assist you with your golf clubs and luggage. You will be transferred to your hotel or golf club of your choice. Just sit back and enjoy the Scotland's stunning scenery.
Scotland is the home of golf from stunning beauty and dramatic scenery of Turnberry in the lowlands to the majestic ruggedness of Royal Dornoch in the highlands. Scotland has so much to offer. Deveron Travel can take small groups up to 6 people so you have a more personal touch.
Royal Troon Golf Club is a links golf course located in Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland. The club was founded in 1878, initially with five holes. The club was granted its "Royal" accolade in 1978. Its Old Course is now one of the host courses for The Open Championship, one of the major championships on the PGA Tour and European Tour. The Club has hosted the Open eight times, last in 2004, won by Todd Hamilton in a 4-hole playoff against Ernie Els. It is scheduled to host again in 2016.
Prestwick Old Course
Par 71. 6,544 yards
Located 30 miles from Glasgow and 5 mins from Prestwick airport.
A typical links golf course in every way built on rolling sands with stunning views across the firth of Clyde.
The very first open championship was held here in 1860 and continued on rota until 1925 .
24 times in total only surpassed by
St. Andrews old course.
Ailsa course par 70 (7,204 yards)
Kintyre course par 72 (6,921 yards)
Located further down the southwest coast is the majestic trump Turnberry resort
A must for all golf enthusiast.
The scene of the " Duel in the sun" between legends Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus with the former having a one stroke victory.
A course for Legends
Par 72. 6,899 yards
This course offers a true links golf expierence , Formed in 1897 the club has hosted a number of prestigious tournaments and is also used for the final qualifying when the open is played at nearby royal Troon or turnberry 35 mins away.
A challenging but fair course will test your golfing skills to the limit.
A Gem course
Par 72. 7,100 yards
This course was opened in 2005 it is very much a links course with challenging holes and the usual hazards to test your game to the full one of Europes premier courses
A must play course
Championship par 70 6,514 yards
Struie course. Par 71. 6,192 yards
Dornoch golf club was founded in 1877 and recieved a royal status in 1906.
The course is one of the most scenic courses in the world with views across the Dornoch firth and magnificent white sands.
A combination of ridges,mounds and hollows with gorse and heather rough
(Classic links golf) A course for the purist
Par 71. 6,671 yards
The new Carnegie club course was reborn in 1992 within the grounds of Skibo castle.
The club has limited tee times with less than 1000 rounds per year.
Those who have played the course are spellbounded with its natural beauty
A fairy tale round of golf
Elgin golf club
Par 69. 6,449 yards
Founded in 1906 Elgin is a testing course with a standard scratch of 71 and is considered one of the finest courses in the north of Scotland with stunning views of the cairngorm mountains.
A real tester
Nairn golf club
Par 72. 6,722
Founded in 1887 Nairn is a challenging seaside course and is ranked in the top 40 courses in Britain.
It has also hosted numerous tournaments.
A top ranking course
Golspie golf club
Par 70. 6,010 yards
Formed in 1889 this is another stunning highland course with breathtaking scenery.
If you want a test this is a must play course.
Friendly club with a warm welcomes
East Coast Courses
Quite simply golfers paradise
Come and see for yourself
Par 72, 6941 yards
The championship course was formed In 1850 and first hosted the open championship in 1931. There are three courses in total including the burnside and Buddon links courses.
The championship course most memorable moment came in 1999 when Frenchman Jean van de velde with a three shot lead went into meltdown eventually removing his socks and shoes when ending up in the Barry burn and ending up shooting a triple bogey seven and lose in a three way play off over four holes with Scotland's Paul Lawrie lifting the claret jug.
Don't get your feet wet
Kingbarns golf links
Par 72. 7,100 yards
Opened in 2000 this incredible man made course offers some of the best golf anywhere in Europe. On the coast line next to North Sea the area offers such beauty the course is always in immaculate condition and very much a added bonus to the St. Andrews resort 6 miles away.
A stunning man made course
Crail Golf Club
Par 69. 5861 yards
Founded in 1786 the crail golf society offers two stunning links courses the Balcomie being the oldest built in 1895 and designed by the legendary old tom Morris.
17th oldest course in the world
Par 71. 7,245 yards
Formed in 1891 and home of the honourable company of Edinburgh golfers, This private owned course is used in rotation for the open championship last played there in 2013 where American Phil Mickelson lifted the claret jug one week after winning the Scottish open at Castle Stuart.
A honourable course
North Berwick Golf Club
Par 71. 6464 yards
Dating from 1832 this is one of the oldest links courses in the world.it is also a venue for the final qualifying rounds when the open is held at nearby Muirfield. A testing course that will challenge the best of golfers.
Par 71. 6873 yards
Formed in 1882 and consisting of three courses with stunning views across the Firth of Forth over to Edinburgh, this is one not to be missed.
Voted in the top 25 courses in Scotland
Trump International Golf (Balmedie)
Par 72. 7400 yards
For years Mr Trump had searching Europe for a prime site to build a modern golf course. Dr Martin Hawtree designed a truly magnificent course overlooking the North Sea with both dramatic and stunning scenery.
A modern stunner
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club
Par 71. 6861 yards
Formed in 1780 the course got its royal status in 1903, The course had held many prestigious competitions most recently the Scottish open.
The sixth oldest club in the world
Par 70. 6599 yards
This truly spectacular course was designed by old tom Morris in 1899, this is a old fashioned links course and one of the links courses in Scotland.
Rugged and majestic
Our travel team can arrange to meet you at any of Scotland's airports, we provide meet and greet service to meet you in the arrivals area with name boards. Or drivers are vetted and abide by a smart dress code and are very knowledgeable of Scottish trails; exactly what you expect to find in Deveron Travel.
Whisky Trail Tours
Whether you are visiting for only a few days or planning to stay a bit longer, one thing that is a must when in Scotland is to try its most famous export, single malt whisky. Not to be confused with Irish whiskey!
Use our transport to visit various distilleries throughout Scotland to see how the ‘water of life’ is really made. From Speyside, to the Highlands, from Campbeltown to the Lowlands, allow us to transport you to some famous distilleries throughout the whisky regions where you can follow the process of how single malt whisky is made, from the grinding of the barley straight through to the maturation process in various whisky casks, and then find out about the ‘Angel's Share’.
By choosing to travel with us, you won't have to worry having a wee dram or two of whisky!
It is the perfect accompaniment to a golfing trip.
Deveron travel can also provide retail therapy for the ladies where our drivers will take you to the preferred shopping tours. Just sit back relax in comfort and let us take you there.
Silverburn, Cameron toll shopping centre, Ocean terminal are all just within just within 2 hours drive.
Private tours of Scotland can be a truly personal experience with Deveron travel. Visit Scotland's famous lochs and glens, enjoying the variety of Scotch whisky or visit the castles and battlefields and learn more of Scotland's historical past.
Explore some of Scotland's most iconic sites and stunning scenery like the dramatic Glencoe the mighty Ben Nevis or the infamous Loch Ness where Nessie could pop up for a visit.
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