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  • Longniddry Golf Club

    Established in 1921, Longniddry Golf Club in East Lothian is situated on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth, one of the finest stretches of golfing coastline in Scotland, just 18 miles east of Edinburgh. Longniddry is the nearest links course to Edinburgh, with a combination of woodland and links, with spectacular sea views […]

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  • Lundin Golf Club

    Lundin Golf Club was founded in 1868. The links were originally shared with the neighbouring Leven Club. In 1908 additional ground was made available to form the Braid designed 18 hole course we have today. A course well renowned for its quality, it is used as a final qualifying course when the Open is held […]

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  • Machrie Golf Links

    Perhaps the most remote Championship links in the world, The Machrie Golf Links on the western island of Islay (pronounced I-Lah) makes for a very pleasant surprise. It is an excellent test of traditional, Scottish links golf, with firm, fast running fairways and wonderfully undulating greens. The use of the natural terrain around the greens […]

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  • Machrihanish

    Ranked #91 in Golf Digest’s 2016/17 list of the Top 100 Courses in the World Machrihanish, on the Mull of Kintyre, is one of the unsung heroes of Scottish Golf. Like the links at the Machrie, its isolation makes it difficult to travel to but the effort is rewarded with one of the purest tracts of links […]

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  • Machrihanish Dunes

    The first golf course to have been built on a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) since the days of Old Tom Morris himself. It is also the first 18-hole links golf course to be built on the west coast of Scotland in 100 years. Course architect and Scotsman David McLay Kidd, internationally acclaimed for […]

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  • Montrose Golf Links

    With a history over 400 years old making it one of the oldest clubs in the world Montrose is a majestic layout in the true traditions of Scottish Links golf and has hosted many important events in its history including the Scottish Professional Championship in 1967 and 1970.  Montrose has been chosen as a Final […]

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  • Moray Golf Club

    Moray Old is a challenging round of golf, but your good shots will also be rewarded. It is a fair test of true links golf and many visitors return again and again to take on its challenge.

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  • Muirfield

    Ranked #9 in Golf Digest’s 2016/17 list of the Top 100 Courses in the World. Muirfield is home to the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, widely acknowledged as the oldest Golf Club in the world. Muirfield is the third home of the club, having previously played over the links at Leith and Musselburgh. Muirfield has an intriguing […]

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  • Murcar Golf Club

    Designed by Archie Simpson in 1909, Murcar is rated amongst the top 100 courses in the UK and has hosted many major championships. Each hole offers a different challenge. Elevated tees take advantage of the views to the North Sea and Aberdeen.

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  • Nairn Dunbar Golf Club

    Nairn Dunbar Golf Club was established in 1899 in the historic golfing town of Nairn, Scotland. While its famous neighbour may be a Walker Cup host, Nairn Dunbar itself has a fine course which is very popular with locals. National championships which the club has played host to include the Scottish Youths and British Juniors

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  • Nairn Golf Club

    A real testing traditional links whose respected status in the world of golf is reflected by the fact that it was selected to host the Walker Cup in 1999. The quality of the course is matched by an excellent clubhouse and friendly staff.

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  • North Berwick

    Ranked #50 in Golf Digest’s 2016/17 list of the Top 100 Courses in the World North Berwick is a golfing experience not found anywhere else, with blind holes, drives over walls and burns, shots over the bay and bunkers deep enough for the golfer to disappear from view. The West Links is of great antiquity and has […]

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  • Prestwick Golf Club

    The Old Course at Prestwick was the original host of the tournament that became the Open Championship, the most sought after prize in the world of golf. It was used for the first 12 Opens and has hosted the tournament on 24 occasions in total. It is not long enough by today’s standards to be […]

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  • Roxburghe Golf Club

    As one of the shining new lights of Scottish golf, the Roxburghe will grow to be a much desired destination. With its idyllic setting in the Borders region, it winds through mature woodland and blends with natural water hazards. There are several sets of tees making the course playable to golfers of all standards. The […]

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  • Royal Aberdeen

    Records go back to 1589 as to golf activity at this club, making it the sixth oldest club in the world. This is a very tough course with gorse from the 6th onwards compounding the test to golfers. Royal Aberdeen much to its credit has been firm in its efforts to preserve old ways. A […]

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  • Royal Dornoch

    Royal Dornoch’s Championship Course is ranked #5 on the 2016/17 Golf Digest list of Top 100 courses in the world. It is the third oldest golfing town in the world with records dating back to 1616. Designed by Old Tom Morris, its reputation is underlined by the fact that it has 200 overseas members from the USA […]

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  • Royal Troon

    Royal Troon will host The Open this year for the ninth time. One of the great links courses in Scotland, the Old Course is a challenging test of golfing ability. With the wind to contend with, and deep rough interspersed with gorse and broom, accurate shot making is essential. Players should make their scores on […]

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  • Scotscraig Golf Club

    Although the course doesn’t sit exactly adjacent to the coastline, there are a few sea breezes to consider when playing this links and heathland mixture. Since 1984, Scotscraig has hosted the Final Open Qualifying when The Open is played over St Andrews.

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  • Southerness

    Southerness Golf Course is a true Championship Links course. The course is situated in the south of Scotland on the Solway coast giving panoramic views of the Solway Firth, the famous Lake District to the south, and the Galloway Hills to the west. Each hole is entirely separate from each other and the feeling of isolation […]

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  • St. Andrews Castle Course

    St Andrews newest course opened for play July 2008. Designed by David McLay Kidd, internationally acclaimed for his design of Bandon Dunes, Oregon, and Macrihanish Dunes on the west coast of Scotland , the course is a traditional Scottish links course running along the shoreline. Elevated areas on the course will offer stunning views back […]

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