Experience the Home of Golf in Scotland

From East Lothian to the Highlands, Fife to the Western Isles, every corner of Scotland holds some of the most prestigious golf courses in the world. Boasting spectacular views, outstanding terrain and challenging layouts, it is a country steeped in golf history. 

Home to over 550 golf courses, from championship or links, it can be difficult to choose where to golf first in Scotland. With a private jet or helicopter charter, travelling between these historic courses couldn’t be easier. Maximise your time on the fairway and play across multiple courses during your stay at the home of golf. 

Carnoustie Golf Links

Home of Golf’s Greatest Test, golf has been played at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 16th century. Hosting a number of prestigious events every year, Carnoustie is one of the most challenging courses that few have tamed. 

Those who love the sport will marvel at the course’s intricacies and dramatic coastal landscape, which only add to the overall attraction of the course. Playing at Carnoustie is more than merely a round of golf, it is a unique experience to make unrivalled memories that last a lifetime.  

golfer walking on golf course at sunrise

St Andrews

World renowned as the Home of Golf, for many golfers St Andrews is a pilgrimage that must be undertaken. With seven courses to challenge every golfer, St Andrews is an illustrious destination with a rich heritage.

Play the course that started it all and tee off on the Old Course. Securing a tee time on this iconic green is not easy. Thankfully jetlogic’s partner Executive Golf & Leisure is able to offer access to guaranteed tee times on the course. 

The Machrie

Historically designed by Willie Campbell and recently modernised by course architect DJ Russell, The Machrie is one of the top golf courses in Scotland. Situated on the stunning Hebridean island of Islay, The Machrie is home to a world-renowned championship golf links. 

The pristine links terrain is set against the unique dunelands of Laggan Bay, where golf has been played since 1891. The Machrie combines a traditional, historic course with modern links for an unforgettable golf experience.

Titleist golf ball

Travel with your clubs worldwide

On commercial flights, cargo compartments tend to be depressurised and very cold, creating a less than ideal environment for your golf equipment. A private charter ensures your golf clubs and other valuables are safe during your flight and arrive with you for tee time. 

When arranging your charter, jetlogic’s dedicated flight team will be able to advise you on which aircraft is most suitable for your golf trip, making sure there is ample room for both your luggage, golf clubs and your whole travelling party. 

Multiple courses in one day

Since many golfers spend a significant amount of time on the course or travelling between clubs, private charters provide an efficient and convenient way to travel. At jetlogic we can arrange international travel via private jet, and helicopter charters within the country to maximise your time on multiple fairways during your trip. 

Imagine a charter to one of Scotland’s finest golf courses for an uninterrupted 18 holes, then embarking onto a helicopter to another course for more world-class golf, before dinner and drinks at a luxury property. All this and more is possible with jetlogic’s meticulous service. 

group of people golfing in Scotland

Golf in Scotland with jetlogic

Our clients’ passions are our passions. Which is why we are dedicated to helping you get closer to the courses you wish to play to spend more time on the links. 

With our specialist team based in the Scottish capital city of Edinburgh, our knowledge of the country is unrivalled. 

Contact our aviation experts today for an unmatched golf experience.

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