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  • St. Andrews Jubilee Course

    Created on a narrow strip of land between the New Course and the sea in the largest sand dunes St. Andrews has to offer, it leads to more variety of layout and elevation changes. The Jubilee was originally a 12 hole course but it has been extended twice. It is the most demanding course, and […]

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  • St. Andrews New Course

    The New Course at St. Andrews was ironically built in 1895 at the request of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club who had Old Tom Morris lay out the 18 holes alongside the Old Course. It is a classic links course which suffers only from its proximity to its more famous neighbour and lacks nothing […]

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  • St. Andrews Old Course

    The Old Course at St. Andrews is loved or loathed, appreciated or misunderstood, but as the birthplace of golf, it is universally respected. Standing on the first tee of the Old Course at St Andrews is the realisation of a dream for many golfers, yet with the widest fairway in the world ahead, it’s amazing […]

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  • Tain Golf Club

    A traditional Scottish Highland links course designed by Old Tom Morris, situated just 9 miles south of Dornoch. The Championship length links enjoys spectacular views over mountains and sea and benefits from a sheltered climate, which allows favourable golfing conditions for most of the year. With the 3rd hole rated as one of the best 18 […]

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  • The Dukes Course

    A beautifully conditioned heathland course which lies 2 miles inland from St. Andrews and enjoys panoramic views of the town and bay. Originally designed by former Open Champion Peter Thomson, the course has recently been greatly enhanced by the design team, which created Whistling Straights.

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  • The Kittocks

    The course is an accomplishment of the prolific Australian designer and pro, Bruce Devlin, who also worked with Sarazen. The course takes full advantage of the unique cliff-top location, developing a mind-game and true test of nerves for even those experienced in this type of Russian Roulette golf and provides a real challenge for the […]

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  • The Torrance

    This was the first design for European Ryder Cup captain Sam Torrance, and officially opened in October of 2001. Designed exclusively for the walking golfer, the Torrance Course offers beautiful views of the North Sea and the Tay estuary of Carnoustie from the steep cliff-edge tees and greens, including a view of St. Andrews’ medieval […]

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  • Trump International Aberdeen

    Just four years after opening, Trump International Aberdeen is ranked #54 in Golf Digest’s 2016/17 list of the Top 100 Courses in the World The championship golf course is designed by renowned golf course architect, Dr. Martin Hawtree, and follows a classical pattern of two out-and-back loops of nine holes. All 18 holes thread their way engagingly through […]

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  • Trump Turnberry Ailsa Course

    Ranked #22 in Golf Digest’s 2016/17 list of the Top 100 Courses in the World Long regarded as one of the finest courses in the world, the Ailsa course at Turnberry came to international prominence with the famous ‘duel in the sun’ between Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson over the four days of the 1977 Open. It […]

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  • Western Gailes

    Western Gailes Golf Club was founded in 1897 and is situated on the Ayrshire Coast, 4 miles north of Prestwick Airport. It is quiet and unassuming but locally recognised as one of the finest & truest links courses in Scotland. As the par 71 and standard scratch score rating of 74 indicates, Western Gailes is […]

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