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 in 2016 with Carnoustie hosting The Senior Open Championship, and the Home of Golf, St Andrews, only 40 minutes drive away. Find out What's On in Carnoustie Country.
21 - 24 July 2016
The Senior Open Championship, presented by Rolex, returns to the famous Carnoustie Championship course this summer. Jean Van De Velde aims to enjoy his return to Carnoustie this summer, without a paddle in Barry Burn! Come along and watch the golfing greats compete for the biggest prize in Senior Golf.
3 - 8 July 2016
Take part in 5 rounds of mixed golf (foursomes/betterball and greensomes) over 5 popular inland courses; Blairgowrie, Kirriemuir, Alyth, Strathmore and Glenisla. Daily prizes up for grabs at one of Carnoustie Country's friendliest tournaments.
Carnoustie Country Blog
By Alan Rae
Date: 29 April 2016
This first blog will give you an insight into Monifieth Golf Links, one of the Senior Open qualifying courses for 2016. Experience the true links challenge at Monifieth.
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.