Highland Golf Links Pro-Am | Play Royal Dornoch & Cabot Highlands

Scotland is famous worldwide for Whisky and Golf.

While golf is a global game and there are must-play destinations on every continent, the ‘Home of the Golf’ remains high on the bucket-lists of almost everyone who passionately calls themselves a golfer.

It’s simple to book a luxury Scottish golf tour. St Andrews Golf Travel is our recommended provider for guaranteed tee-times at the best Scottish courses. You can play in your own time and structure a trip to suit your needs.

If competitive golf gets your juices flowing, then one of the best ways to play links golf in Scotland is by entering Pro-Am and Open competitions. One of the best is the…

Tomatin Highland Golf Links Pro-Am

Play three of Scotland’s top golf courses alongside a PGA Professional as part of a prestigious tournament environment, sponsored by whisky maker Tomatin.

The Highland Links Pro-Am is open to teams (male, female or mixed) of three amateurs and a PGA Professional of their choosing. Teams can enter from anywhere in the world.

Any team unable to provide their own Professional will be allocated a leading player from the PGA in Scotland Order of Merit.

​Entry fee is £2,500 + V.A.T (a value added tax of 20% by UK Government) and includes:

  • 18-holes at Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and Nairn golf links

  • Gift bag for each player on arrival, with apparel, limited edition whisky and balls

  • Hospitality at all three venues on all three days, includes breakfast rolls with tea or coffee, snack and soft drink at halfway, lunch and a pint/ alternative drink in clubhouse post-round

  • Nearest the pin prizes at all three courses

  • Daily amateur and pro sweep included in the entry fee

  • Significant team prizes​

  • Optional Practice round on Sunday for £300 for the 4 ball at Nairn, Royal Dornoch or Castle Stuart Golf Links

The 9th at Castle Stuart Golf Links
Cabot Highlands (formerly Castle Stuart Golf Links) CREDIT: Kevin Murray

Royal Dornoch is always part of any conversation on the best links golf courses never to hold The Open. Its remote Highland location and lack of transport and hospitality infra-structure are hurdles that are difficult to overcome for The R&A’s championship committee.

Royal Dornoch golf links 18th green
18th green at Royal Dornoch, CREDIT: Kevin Murray Golf Photography

Tom Watson was so fond of Royal Dornoch that he travelled there before almost every Open Championship to practice the art of links golf.

The Tomatin Highland Links Pro-Am is a great opportunity to walk in the footsteps of greats and experience testing tournament conditions – similar to those in The Open Championship – at three classic Scottish golf links.

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