Want to find out the latest information on every aspect of golf in Scotland?

If so, head to www.visitscotland.com/golf and download the brand new golf guide for the year ahead.

The new 2013 brochure is packed with even more information about a golf trip to Scotland, the Home of Golf.

Golf has flourished on Scottish soil ever since its invention in the second half of the 15th century, and the sport remains one of the country’s key attractions.

Scotland boasts some of the best and most renowned golf courses in the world, and there is no finer setting for a golf break. Indeed, five Scottish golf courses have been ranked inside the top ten in our 2012 Top 100 UK and Ireland Golf Courses 2012.

Scotland hosts the Open Championship three out of every five years, and all the Open venues, ranging from St Andrews‘ Old Course to Carnoustie, are accessible to visitors.

Scotland is rightly renowned for its historic links courses, but there are countless other golfing destinations worth exploring.

Courses such as Royal Dornoch in the Scottish Highlands and Gleneagles, whose PGA Centenary Course will host the 2014 Ryder Cup, also deserve to be visited.

The choice is huge, but wherever you decide to play, your Scottish golf break is certain to be memorable.

To find out all about the Home of Golf and what it has to offer, visit www.visitscotland.com/golf and download the latest 2013 Golf in Scotland guide.