Have you ever dreamed of a break in a gorgeous setting with a range of golf courses right on your doorstep?
If you're a golf enthusiast, it's likely you have. Golf trips can be a great way to unwind while immersing yourself in something you love, improving your game, building on skills and challenging yourself.
But why should you choose a golf getaway over another kind of holiday?
Read on below for reasons why you should swap your parasol for your putter this year.
Simply put, golfing holidays can act as a refreshing change of pace, cutting through the monotony of your regular golfing routine and inviting you to try something new.
The majority of people do not have access to several golf courses within a few miles of their homes, so it's easy to get bored of what's nearby. A golfing holiday offers you the chance to try out a number of new golf courses in a brand new environment.
Even if you're not an avid golfer, a golfing trip is the opportunity to experience something different and learn a new skill; which can feel exhilarating, challenging and really rewarding.
Golfing breaks are great for engaging you in the experience, making you feel refreshed once your break is over.
Playing on a championship course that is new to you can reignite your passion and love for the sport.
The perfect holiday looks different to everyone. Some people love to swim at the beach, others want to shop and dine in fancy restaurants in a top city. And some people like to play golf.
Ultimately, a great holiday is all about personal taste and indulging in things that you don't often get a chance to do.
If you have a passion for golf, taking a dedicated break where you can concentrate on nothing but what you love makes for the perfect getaway.
There's a reason why golf is a popular activity with those who have high-powered jobs and lots of responsibilities. Some people find golf an almost meditative experience, a place where they can truly unwind.
In fact, it was proven in a Swedish study that not only is golf a stress reliever, but golfers live longer too.
Golf resorts can be the ideal places to relax, recuperate and reinvigorate.
Everyone knows that getting outside is beneficial to our physical health, but did you know being in the outdoors is great for your mental health too?
Participating in outdoor activities has many benefits, including:
Better sleeping habits
Lower blood pressure
Boosted creative thinking
This means you'll end your holiday feeling mentally and physically well.
From the sand dunes in China to the coastal views of Australia and New Zealand, golf courses offer us access to some of the most impressive and stunning sights the world has to offer; and Scotland is no exception.
Our unique country is famous for its rugged scenery, and with our nearby golf courses situated amongst iconic Highland landscapes, you'll get a chance to experience it all while challenging yourself and having fun.
Golf holidays are notoriously difficult to organise.
Not only do you have to worry about travel and accommodation, but finding a golf resort that suits you, your level and your preferences can be a real challenge. Maybe you'd love to plan a golf trip, but it just seems like it might be too much hassle for something that's supposed to be relaxing.
If the situation described above sounds familiar to you, look no further than the fantastic golf packages at The Red House Hotel.
Offering a range of varied and exciting golf courses all within a 30-minute drive away, we can create a bespoke golfing break that suits you and your needs. And with our golf packages, you don't have to worry; everything is included to make your golf getaway as convenient and stress-free as possible.
So whether you're looking for midweek golf breaks, a weekend trip or a full-blown golf holiday, speak to one of our friendly team members today and we'll get it sorted.
We offer 3 main golf packages at Red House Hotel, which incorporate 3 fantastic golfing clubs in Scotland.
Home to two of the finest Championship courses in the country, Blairgowrie Golf Club presents an opportunity to play a couple of rounds in the stunning Perthshire countryside.
An ideal outing for the golfing majority, Alyth Golf Club offers a pleasant yet challenging ramble through gorgeous Perthshire. Over 100 years old, it's a popular course slightly off the beaten track.
Dubbed by Paul Lawrie OBE as "One of the best heathland golf courses in Scotland and the UK”, Ladybank is a tremendous Fife golf club established in 1879. Having changed little over the years, Ladybank presents some unique challenges to golfers, such as testing their precision as they try to conquer the contoured terrain.
The Red House Hotel is ideally located to offer a range of bespoke golfing breaks, and we are lucky enough to have formed partnerships with many of the golf courses in the surrounding area and beyond.
We are within a 30-mile journey of Carnoustie golf links, Monifieth, Montrose links and many more. If any particular club appeals to you, don't hesitate to let us know and we can tailor your package to you.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!