No tour of Scotland is complete without a dram of whiskey and a few rounds of classic links golf. From the Kintyre Peninsula to the Inner Hebrides; the magnificently rugged stretch of Scottish western coast offers ample opportunities to sample both. Set in the quaint coastal corner of the Mull of Kintyre, sits the golfing hamlet of Machrihanish – where first hole of the age old course is widely recognised as the best opening hole in world golf. Next head to Scotland's whisky island, Islay, to sample its characteristic peat-smoked, single-malt whisky and work on your game on a historic links course established in 1891. We guarantee that you will come back for more.