Scotland is the birthplace of golf. It's generally accepted that the game originated there during the Middle Ages. In fact, the name "golf" is derived from the Scots word, "gouf," meaning stick. Some of the most beautiful, rugged and challenging courses in the world are located in Scotland. Among these are the Royal and Ancient Golf Club at St. Andrews, frequent host of the British Open. Any serious golfer needs to play at least one round on Scottish soil. What better way to enjoy this part of the world than by combining a relaxing barge cruise with a few rounds on some of Scotland's finest links.
A Barge Cruise on Scotland's Caledonia Canal
At The Barge Connection, we offer a delightful seven-day Scotland golf barge cruise aboard the eight-passenger "Scottish Highlander."