Loganair Islane Hopper Creative V2 Km Discovery Pass 2

Golf Discovery Pass

Golf Golf
4 Destinations 4 Destinations
6 Flights 6 Flights

For scenic fairways...

With over 550 golf courses around Scotland, there is plenty to enjoy a game of golf between friends. But if you want a unique golf experience, visiting the west coast of Scotland and the Scottish Isles is the way to go. Challenge yourself on tricky 9-hole courses with honesty boxes that act as a little throwback to the past, or tee off like a pro on the 18-hole courses with a championship pedigree. With awe-inspiring scenery and so much wildlife, the west coast of Scotland is ideal for a golfing experience like no other.

Where to start...

We recommend that you start your journey from Glasgow. Start your journey by flying with Loganair to Glasgow from:

  • Northern Ireland: City of Derry Airport
  • Ireland: Donegal
  • England: Exeter, Southampton


Just to remind you, you must select at least five Loganair flights on your journey; there is no restriction on how many flights you can choose to build your itinerary.

Just so you know...

To ensure we can accommodate your golf club bag on each flight as part of your desired itinerary, please call our Help Centre (0344 800 2855) before confirming your booking.


Day 1


Start in Glasgow, perhaps the most underrated of all regions for Scottish golf.

However, it holds some courses of genuine quality. Head straight from the airport to Mar Hall, a five-star golf resort with a championship course which offers players a fair test of golf. Next up, head to the spectacular Pollok Country Park, where you’ll find Haggs Castle golf course - one of the city’s finer challenges and has hosted many professional and amateur tournaments. And if you have some extra time, you might also want to check out Royal Troon Golf Club or Turnberry, home to some of Scotland’s finest golf courses.

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Day 3


Start your tour of the most scenic golf courses in the world by flying from Glasgow to Islay.

The Machrie on Islay is one of Scotland’s oldest and most traditional links courses. The links terrain is set on unique dunelands surrounding the dramatic Laggan Bay, which few courses have similar settings to marvel at. The Machrie’s incredible Hebridean views of the ocean, the peaks of Beinn Bheigeir and the Paps of Jura, and the course’s positioning, captivates golfers of all levels and make it the perfect island to start exploring the Scottish inner Hebrides. With inspired run-offs, contoured greens and revetted bunkers, you’ll have a wide selection of shots to take around the greens! Don’t forget to get yourself a wee souvenir from the course’s shop as you’ll surely want to remember such an incredible golfing experience.

You can take a return flight to Glasgow from Islay ahead of the next stop on the tour.

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Day 5


Fly from Glasgow to Campbeltown to find your way to one of the world's most sought-after golf courses.

Returning to the mainland, specifically to the peninsula of Kintyre, we’re greeted by Machrihanish Golf Club, just a 10-minute drive from Campbeltown and overlooking the outstanding Machrihanish Bay. Machrihanish was laid out by the legendary Tom Morris well over 100 years ago and featured an 18-hole links golf course. It is one of the most natural, romantic and enjoyable places to play golf in the British Isles. And the unique thing about this course is its famous first hole, as you’re required to play your first shot out over the Atlantic Ocean!

You can head back to Glasgow Airport from Campbeltown before the final stop on your Scottish Golf tour.

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Day 7


Lastly, fly to Benbecula from Glasgow to visit one of the most natural golf courses in the world - Askernish Golf Course.

Lastly, fly to Benbecula to visit one of the most natural golf courses in the world - Askernish Golf Course. Located on South Uist, just 30 minutes from Benbecula, Askernish is another golf course designed by Old Tom Morris. However, since the 1920s, the golf course has been closed and only reopened in 2008. Since its reopening, Askernish Golf Course has received the highest acclaim from golfers worldwide. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and for any golf enthusiast, it is worth taking advantage of!

And that's the complete tour! You can return to Glasgow from Benbecula to start your journey home.

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More Golf Courses in Scotland

Please remember, this is just our suggested itinerary, but a world of the finest courses in the home of golf awaits you in Scotland.


Tayside & Perthshire
St Andrew's

Edinburgh & Lothians
North Berwick
Royal Burgess

Aberdeenshire & Highlands
Royal Dornoch
Royal Aberdeen
Cruden Bay
Castle Stuart
Spey Valley

GreenSkies - Protect our Island Communities

Through our GreenSkies sustainable flying programme, every fare contributes to accredited carbon offsetting schemes to meet our carbon-neutral target by 2040.

Furthermore, Loganair proudly serves more island communities in the UK than any other airline.

These small but unique destinations have a delicate ecosystem, flora and fauna. Therefore, extra-special care must be taken to ensure we minimise our impact and protect our beautiful islands for generations to come, not to mention protecting yourself and others when you're exploring.

Our Island Visitor Pledge lists a few do's and don'ts to help ensure we all meet that aim together.

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Please note - An ADS login is not a requirement to book a Scotland Discovery Pass.

The Air Discount Scheme (ADS) is a mechanism designed to deliver lower airfares for the residents of Scotland’s remotest communities whose main residence (including students studying away from home) is in one of the following defined eligible areas:

Western Isles, Orkney Isles, Shetland Isles, Colonsay, Islay and Jura, Caithness and North West Sutherland.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes, they are. However, this is subject to space availability within the operating aircraft's hold, given the requirements of other passengers on each of your flights.

    • To check availability before you book, please get in touch with our Help Centre with all of your travel dates to hand.
    • If you have confirmed your booking, please get in touch with our Help Centre, with your booking reference to hand, to confirm carriage of your clubs.
  • The Scotland Discovery Pass is an electronic flight-based product comprising several one-way tickets for Loganair routes. You select your destinations and build your itinerary based on our flight schedules, and our Scotland Discovery Pass booking tool will price your bespoke itinerary.

  • Start your journey by flying to Edinburgh with Loganair from:

    • Southampton
    • Exeter
    • Cornwall Airport Newquay
    • Isle of Man
    • Cardiff
    • Bergen
    • Stavanger
  • You must select a minimum of 5 flights; otherwise, there is no restriction on how many flights you choose to build your itinerary.

  • No, that’s not the intent of the Scotland Discovery Pass – you create an itinerary with a minimum of 5 flights to various destinations.

  • No, you can start and end your itinerary anywhere – you have to travel on 5 Loganair flights.

  • Yes, but please contact our Customer Help Centre on 0344 800 2855 to help with any amendment. As the Scotland Discovery Pass fares are subject to availability, your itinerary change may incur a fare difference. There won’t be any change fees for changing a Scotland Discovery Pass itinerary.

  • Yes, if you want to extend your itinerary, or change your itinerary, call our Customer Help Centre on 0344 800 2855, and an agent will assist in updating your plans.

  • Our extensive Highlands and Islands network, but some gaps link the smaller islands, e.g., Barra and Benbecula. If there’s no air service, you can still build your itinerary – you don’t have to arrive and depart from the same airport. Hence you can travel by surface transport between places before rejoining our air network.

  • Loganair offers a discount for children, and infants only pay taxes.

  • Yes, if you’re a member of the Air Discount Scheme travelling for leisure, then the Scotland Discovery Pass fares will be discounted.

  • The Scotland Discovery Pass is non-refundable. We’d always recommend taking out travel insurance for unforeseen instances where you may have to cancel your trip.

  • Clan Points may not be redeemed or collected for the Scotland Discovery Pass.

Terms & Conditions

The Scotland Discovery Pass comprises several one-way tickets for routes operated by Loganair across our network to build a bespoke itinerary or one based on Loganair's suggested itineraries. Travel between the same origin and destination airports multiple times is strictly prohibited; these itineraries will not be valid for travel. Customised itineraries may start and end at any Loganair-operated airport in the UK, Republic of Ireland, the Isle of Man, Norway or Denmark. Bookings can be made online. Changes can be made via our Customer Help Centre. A minimum of five one-way Loganair flights must be booked for the Scotland Discovery Pass. There's no limit on the maximum number of flights you can take. Scotland Discovery Fares are subject to availability. Surface travel between Loganair-operated airports is the responsibility of the customer - Loganair accepts no liability for missed flight connections due to travel booked independently.  Scotland Discovery Pass is ADS eligible. Scotland Discovery Pass is non-refundable. Itinerary changes and extensions are permitted. No change fees are charged but fare differences may apply. Changes to routing may incur a fare difference. Hold luggage allowance is 20kg. Clan Points cannot be redeemed or collected for the Scotland Discovery Pass.