The upland expanse of the Galloway Hills to the north, the rugged Solway coast to the south and lush farmland in between gives a real mixture of courses. This region in the South West of Scotland is warmed by the Gulf Stream and can be truly classed as a year round golfing destination.
This seven-day golf holiday you across Dumfries and Galloway in beautiful South West Scotland playing seven great courses along the way. A great mixture of links, coastal heath and parkland golf. Includes a Scottish Amateur Championship venue and the last course James Braid designed.
A Dumfries based golf break playing the best links courses on the Solway Coast, the most stunning of backdrops for golf. Play the courses at Southerness Golf Club, Powfoot Golf Club and Silloth on Solway Golf Club.
This short Golf Break is based in Stranraer or Newton Stewart in Wigtownshire, the most westerly county in Dumfries & Galloway. You play the courses at Newton Stewart, Stranraer (the last course designed by James Braid) and Portpatrick on this break.
This Dumfries based Golf Break lets you explore scenery and courses from the Southern Uplands to the Solway Firth. Play a superb mix of parkland, moorland and links courses at Dumfries and County, Moffat and Southerness, showcasing all that is good about playing golf in this part of Scotland.
Beautiful countryside which has a timeless feel to it with the Solway Firth to the south and the Galloway Hills to the north - this area is full of contrasts. Fantastic variety of links, parkland and moorland courses.
A couple of hours from Glasgow and Edinburgh in the North and three hours drive from the major cities in the North of England by road or rail.