It is official! Scotland has been designated as the best golf destination in the world. The country has been awarded the honour at the World Golf Awards 2022. The Land of Cakes picked up the “best golf destination” crown for the first time in the history of this award’s ceremony.
Already familiar with the Address of Golf, and presently Scotland’s position as the best destination in the world is now certified. Along with the World Travel Awards, it praises quality in gold tourism with the chosen titleholders by tour operators, fans of the golf sport, and media on a global level.
Scotland has been awarded as the best golf destination plus the best destination in Europe
Additionally, Scotland has been titled as the best destination in Europe in a different category, recording the country’s very first time acquiring both awards that too in the same year itself. It has been a great time for this sport this year, captioned by the 150th Open which was hosted at St Andrew’s.
The best golf destination Scotland has also hosted a number of remarkable golf tournaments
In like manner, Scotland anchored the Genesis Scottish Open, Hero Open, Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, AIG Women’s Open, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, and Senior Open Presented by Roles. Close to half a million crowd showed up at the celebrations and ceremonies and anticipates the momentous win of both awards will draw more tourists to the sport’s home.
Prestwick Golf Club has been named the best golf spot in Scotland
Prestwick Golf Club has been labelled as the best in Scotland, whilst Wilkinson Golf was labelled the best inbound tour operator in the country. A lifetime achievement award was bestowed to Paul Lawrie, former Open Champion, in acknowledgement of his on-schedule victory and the work of his association in inspiring more youths to develop a zeal for this sport.
Scotland is reasonably a must-visit destination for all golfers across the world
According to a detailed report published by Bunkered, Scottish golf tourism is booming and Scotland is definitely a must-visit destination for almost every golf lover across the world. Along with the same, the director of global partnerships at the World Golf Awards- Dermot Synnott also said that- “It offers a vast range of parkland and links options across all its regions, so the travelling golfer really is spoilt for no choice. No stranger to hosting landmark events, this award is fitting recognition to a top-quality golf destination that successfully staged the 150th Open in St Andrews earlier this year.”