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Golf Passes in Scotland

With its stunning countryside of rolling green hills and abundant green spaces, Scotland is a golfer's dream, and, as Scotland is also the home of golf, there are over 550 golf courses in Scotland to choose from to play on. How to choose the right course for you? You could go on recommendations, look for off the beaten path golf courses, hidden gems, hit only the major courses like St Andrews or Turnberry, but for a top golf break with the perfect mix of high quality and value for money, you can also choose to purchase one of Scotland's many Golf Passes. A golf pass in Scotland can cost anywhere between under £10 up to £200, depending on the number of courses and the season.

Scottish Golf Passes - £10 and under

In the Southeast of Scotland, the Golf East Lothian passport offers 15% reduced price during high season and 30% off in low season and allows you access to twelve East Lothian golf courses, including Gullane, Longniddry and Craigielaw. You purchase the pass for £7.50, and you then receive discounted rates on one round of day tickets at each club over 5 consecutive days.

For the price of £10 per year, Fife Style Card is a reduced green fee scheme which includes the Glenrothes adn Dunnikier Park courses – Fife's Municipal Courses, and allows for savings of up to two- thirds off an annual green fee.

Scottish Golf Passes - £50 and under

The Aviemore and the Cairngorms Golf Pass guarantees a 30% reduced rate at all eight of the courses in Cairngorms National Park (Abernethy, Boat of Garten, Carrbirdge, Craggan, Grantown on Spey, Kingussie, Newtonmore, and Spey Valley Championship Course at Aviemore). This golf pass costs £20.

Scottish Golf Passes - £100 and under


A National Park Golf Pass used get you entry to five clubs within Scotland's national park – Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. But this is no longer available. You can do five rounds for £80 or three for £50, during any one season, playing on Aberfoyle, Buchanan Castle, Callander, Killin st Fillans golf courses.

The South Ayreshire Golf Pass in the Southwest of Scotland will lighten the wallet by £88, but for that, offers 6 rounds of golf over seven days at Belleisle, Dalmilling, Darley, Fullarton, Grivan, Lochgreen, Maybole and Seafield.

The Dumfries & Galloway Gateway to Golf Pass has two options, either a six-round £99 pass valid for any five consecutive days or three-round pass for £70 for three consecutive days on golf courses in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland, including Dumfries & County, New Galloway, Southerness, Colvend and Stranaer.

Golf breaks in Perthshire can be very economical with the Perthshire Green Card, which offers discounts on 19 courses, available for £99 for 5 rounds and £65 for three rounds. The pass includes discounted admission to the Perth Racecourse and Perthshire whisky distilleries as well. More information can be found on the Perthshire website, where details on the Perthshire Highlands Golf Ticket can also be found, which is more suitable for families or groups who might be short on time. The pass can be used on 12 nine-hole courses, costing £65 for 5 days and £40 for three, in addition to the discounted admission on Racecourse and whisky distilleries.

The First in Fife Golf Pass offers three rounds for £59 or five from £92 on twelve courses which include Aberdour, Balbirnie Park, Burntisland, Canmore, Charleton, Dunfermline, Forrester Park, Kinross Bruce, Montgomery, Kirkcaldy, Pitreavie and Thornton. A positive aspect of this golf pass is that you can either use it on one long golf break or on several day trips from April to October.

For £73 in high season, the Carnoustie Country Golf Pass can be used at 19 courses for 3 rounds of golf, valid for three consecutive days – check for weekend availability. One of the three rounds can be played at any of the Open Championship / Qualifier courses.

Scottish Golf Passes – over £100

The Arran Golf Pass entitles entry to one round of golf each on Brodick, Corrie, Lamlash, Lochranza, Machrie Bay, Shiskine and Whiting Bay courses, the Isle of Arran's seven popular courses, for £105. For golfers looking for a golf break in the Scottish Borders region, the Freedom of the Fairways golf pass opens access to 21 courses, including two championship standard courses – the Roxburghe (nr Kelso) and Cardrone Golf and Country Club (nr Peebles). This golf pass is valid from April until the end of October, valid for three consecutive weekdays on up to six rounds for £88 or a five-day passport will be valid for up to ten rounds for £120.

For £140, the Ayrshire Open Qualifier Card is a golf pass that can be used over any seven-day period at three of the present and former Open Championship final qualifying venues: Prestwick St. Nicholas, Irvine Bogside, and Kilmarnock. For an additional price, both the new Dundonald Links and Turnbery Kintyre courses can be added for even more golf in Scotland's Southwest.

For golf breaks in the Scottish Heartlands, the Scottish Heartlands Golf Pass runs upwards from £199, but includes five courses (Downfield, Monifieth, Scotscraig, Blairgowrie Lansdowne and Alyth) as well as three hotels in the area.

The Carnoustie Country Dream Ticket allows access to four of the world's classic links courses – Montrose, Monifieth, Panmure and Carnoustie Champiosnhip. Aptly named, golfers can play pretend professional golfer on greens shared with past champions like Ben Hogan, Tom Watson, Padraig Harrington and hosted several Championships in their day! The price is a drop in the bucket compared to the size of the dream, running £260 in high season, £130 in low season.

The Links With History pass allows golfers to book rounds at historic clubs (Crail Golfing Society, Lundin Links Golf Club, Ladybank Golf Club and Scotlscraig Golf Club) with a discount on the normal green fee charges. The price varies, as this pass is more of a one stop shop initiative to book rounds on either two, three or all four of the courses.

What listing of golf passes would be complete without including information on a pass for St Andrews Links? A pass for three or seven days of unlimited, consecutive play on all courses excluding the Old Course are both available. The passes for three days run £70 - £145 and the seven day tickets are £140-£290.
Fife Style Card
National Park Golf Pass
Gateway to Golf Pass
Links with History Pass
Golf East Lothian Passport

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