JD Scott Golf Tours offers you the opportunity to play golf on 2 of Ayrshires Championship golf courses, Barassie Links, British Open qualifying courses and the very impressive Belleisle Golf course, a very challenging course. We will also offer you the opportunity to fish the famous rivers of Scotland the Tay and the Spey where Our team of highly experienced qualified professional fishing guides will ensure that you have a day to remember. Our fishing experiences will include everything you require from permit and equipment to tuition and advice.
JD Scott Golf Tours will organise every aspect and fine detail of your golf tour so all you have to do is relax and enjoy some of the Scotland`s wonderful golfing links, visit the impressive Culzean castle and sample our world famous Scotch Whisky at the AD Rattray Whisky experience.
Nestling on a hillside in the Fife countryside, this early 20th-century family home is a gem. The house was remodelled in 1906 by the Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer and showcases a notable collection of superb French, Chippendale-style and vernacular furniture along with paintings by Raeburn, Ramsay and eminent Dutch artists.
Through the Old Course at St Andrews the world still sees Scotland as where it all began. St Andrews is linked with golf to an early date of 1400AD. In the 19th century golf grew in popularity and is now a way of life for many people.
Interestingly it was banned as a sport in 1457 in Scotland because young men preferred it to archery, and archery was deemed a much more worthwhile pastime. The Royal and ancient club was formed in 1754 and was established to govern rules and regulations of the game.
Now Scotland has over 550 golf courses, supports a thriving golf tourism industry and has a high profile in golf world wide.