Ardfin, the most exclusive Scottish getaway on the Island of Jura, is the U.K.’s newest spectacle for devotees to all things golf. Since opening in April, visitors have already rated it as one of the top ten courses in the world, rivaling neighbors Trump Turnberry and Royal Portrush, home of The Open Championship in 2019. Situated on 12,000 lush acres and flanked by ten miles of crystal coastline, Ardfin’s pristine 18-hole championship golf course and its 9-hole par 3 course hosts single parties at a time. Off the course, the estate is recognized as a top location for deer stalking, ocean and loch trout fishing, clay pigeon shooting, and water sports. Amenities include the ten-room Victorian villa Jura House and the collection of private homes known as the Quadrangle, each restored over the last decade to their former glory by architect Stanhope Gate and interior designer Louise Jones. The journey to get there is as exotic as the island itself, accessible only by private flight into the neighboring island of Islay, by helicopter, or by ferry from Glasgow, putting this highlander getaway at the top of our list to visit—before the secret’s out.