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A golfer’s list of must-play courses would most certainly include many golf courses in Scotland. Such is the tradition, character and quality surrounding Scotland’s golf courses that golfers everywhere aspire to play at least a round in the famed layouts.
Scottish golf is found in all of its regions - Ayrshire & around, Edinburgh & the Lothians, Glasgow, Inverness & the Scottish Highlands and in St.Andrews & the Heartlands. Each has a character that allows for independent visits. Or top courses in each of the regions can be played, for a complete Scottish golf course experience.
Visit Edinburgh & the Lothians for a dense concentration of links courses, with some big names like Muirfield; Ayrshire is a top spot with 3 Open Championship Venues; Glasgow is a good pick for top golf & city life; Inverness & the Scottish Highlands have captivating layouts and St.Andrews is of course, the first stop for all golfers.
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The Open Venue of the Old course at Carnoustie must feature amongst the most feared golf courses in the world.
Castle Stuart Golf course is one of the newest and most stunning links courses to grace Scotland.
The Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest golf club in the world.
One of the big modern names in Scottish Links, there is an air of expectancy from the fabulous Dundonald Links golf course.
The Gleneagles boasts of 3 superb championship layouts – King’s, Queen’s & the PGA Centenary Course.
Gullane is as much a golf town as any in the world. The golf experience at Gullane is different.
The Kingbarns looks as natural as any golf course could. To miss it is to miss a great golfing experience.
The golf course is spectacular, much in sync with the territory and could easily find little competition.
Opened for play in 1891, the course's original design by Old Tom Morris and subsequent alterations have made it one of the best and most revered tests of championship golf.
The course is beautifully kept and provides quirky tests of shot making all along, making for a glorious day out.
The plateaued greens shaped like saucers placed down up make the approaches quite a challenge.
Royal Troon features the longest and shortest holes in the Open Championships.
An excellent layout with some fantastic views, top class facilities and tricky greens.
For a golf course which opened nearly 125 years ago in 1895, it is quite an oddity for it to be called the “new” course.
Nothing will ever match the thrill and the first tee nerves, when the starter announces your name at the iconic Old Course at St. Andrews.
The Championship golf course at Nairn is classic seaside links commanding some of the best sea views in Scotland.
The West course of the North Berwick Golf Club is in a location which many consider to match Turnberry in terms of the views on offer.
The Ailsa course at Turnberry first hosted the Open in 1977, when Tom Watson played out of his skin to beat Nicklaus.
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