Welcome to Carnoustie Country
Carnoustie Country is home to over 30 stunning courses - from championship links perched along the Scottish east coast to magnificent inland courses nestling beneath the Angus and Perthshire glens.
But it's not only the breathtaking landscapes of the courses which make Carnoustie Country a golfer's paradise. Steeped in golfing history & heritage, many of the courses were designed by the men who are now considered golf's greatest architects - Old Tom Morris, Willie Park Jnr and James Braid.
So whether you are a dedicated low handicapper looking for a test or a casual golfer looking for a few relaxing rounds for your family, make Carnoustie Country your destination of choice for your next golf break.
What better year to take a Scottish golf break than 2014 with Scotland welcoming The Ryder Cup at the nearby Gleneagles - only 40 minutes drive away. Find out What's On in Carnoustie Country.
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10th May 2015 - 14th May 2015
Known as one of the friendliest tournaments in the golfing calendar, the Classic has the challenges, and the rewards which other competitions emulate.
24th May 2015
SLGA Order of Merit event. Munross Trophy ladies 36 hole open competition played over Montrose Medal course. Handicap limit 15. Scratch and handicap prizes available.
14th June 2015
Open Texas Scramble on the Montrose Medal course. Teams of fours, any combination. Men's handicap limit 28. Ladies handicap limit 36. Cash prizes available.
26th June 2015
Veterans Open Day on the Montrose Broomfield course. Entrants must be 65 or over as of 26th June 2015. Handicap limit 28. Handicap and best scratch prizes available.
31st August 2015 - 5th September 2015
Played over 5 courses in 5 days, the competition is both unique and fun for all participants. Pairs can be men, ladies or mixed, gents having a maximum handicap of 24 and ladies 32.
Where to Stay
Looking for somewhere to stay while you're playing in Carnoustie Country? Our members offer stylish and comfortable accommodation to suit all pockets and needs.