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Golf courses in Scotland

Birthplace of Golf

Golf courses in Scotland

Scotland is the birthplace of golf. Spectacular golf courses, exciting mountain formations, countless dunes and cliffs, coves, beaches and endless greenery determine this magnificent landscape.

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Royal Troon Golf Club

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Troon, South West

The 36-hole Royal Troon Golf Club (1878) close to Troon on Scotland's West Coast is a highlight for every golf vacation in Scotland. Royal Troon hosted the Open Championship on eight occasions. Enjoy two outstanding championship links courses - the Old Course and the Portland Course.

St Andrews Links - Old Course

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St Andrews, Heartlands

The 18-hole Old Course is located in St. Andrews in the region of Kingdom of Fife. It is the oldest and most iconic golf course in the world with well known landmarks like Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker. The famous golf course architect 'Old Tom Morris' designed the course (1895). Despite its grand status the Old Course remains a public golf course, open to all.

Castle Stuart Golf Links

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Inverness, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Castle Stuart Golf Links is located close to Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The famous championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth is a very special golf course with lots of challenges. Typical for Castle Stuart Golf Links are the rumpled fairways and lots of natural bunkers.

Cruden Bay Golf Club

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Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, North East

The 27-holes Cruden Bay Golf Club (1899) is situated on the east coast of Scotland, north of Aberdeen close to the fishing town of Peterhead. Cruden Bay offers a traditional Scottish links golf course, which was originally designed by Tom Morris and Archie Simpson. The 18-hole championship course with stunning panoramic views creates unique challenges.

Kingsbarns Golf Links

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St. Andrews, Heartlands

The 18-hole Kingsbarns Golf Links (opened 2000) situated on the picturesque North Sea coastline, just 7 miles from St Andrews, is a traditional Scottish links golf course. Almost every hole embraces the sea. The magnificent course with a fine layout offers some absolutely outstanding holes. No. 6 in”UK and Ireland Top 100 Golf Courses” by Golf World Magazine 2016.

Montrose Golf Links

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Montrose, Heartlands

The 36-holes Montrose Golf Links in Montrose, Angus is one of the oldest and most important venues in the game of golf. With 450-year heritage Montrose Links the fifth oldest recorded golf links in the world. The stunning Montrose landscape guarantees enjoyment and a very testing experience with reliable playing conditions throughout the year.  

St Andrews Links - New Course

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St Andrews, Heartlands

The 18-hole St Andrews New Course (opened 1895) in St Andrews, Fife is hardly a new golf course. Designed by famous Old Tom Morris the New Course is the second oldest golf course of St Andews and one of the finest golf courses in the world today.

Aberdour Golf Club

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Aberdour, Heartlands

The 18-hole Aberdour Golf Club (established in 1896) is located in Fife right on the sea with breathtaking vistas looking over the River Forth across to Edinburgh Castle and Arthur’s Seat. Aberdour Golf Club is private members golf course and was voted the fourth best golfing experience in Scotland by the readers of Bunkered magazine.

Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society

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Edinburgh, South East

The 18-hole Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society (1761) is located on the north-west side of Edinburgh. It is the fourth oldest in the world and one of Scotland's most prestigious clubs. It has been selected as a Qualifying Venue for the Open Championship.

Carnoustie Golf Links

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Carnoustie, Heartlands

The 60 hole Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus in the Scottish Heartlands offers three fantastic golf courses, all of which are rated in the top 50 Links courses in the UK and Ireland. The 18-hole Championship Course has hosted seven Open Championships, one Ladies Open and one Seniors Open and has recently been ranked at no 1 on the Rolex Top 1000 courses in the world.

Crail Golfing Society

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Crail, Heartlands

The 36-hole Crail Golfing Society (founded in 1786) in Fife is the 7th oldest golf club in the world. The two courses - Balcomie Links and Craighead Links are some of the finest links golf in Scotland. They combine spectacular views and extraordinary holes to provide challenging and enjoyable golf. 

Dundonald Links

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Troon, South West

The 18-hole Dundonald Links (2003) is located in Troon on the Ayrshire golf coast south of Glasgow. Dundonald, designed by Kyle Phillips, is a modern day classic links inspired by the great Ayrshire links courses like Royal Troon, Prestwick and Western Gailes. The course is featured in the Top 100 in UK and Ireland and is the official venue for the 2017 Scottish Open.

Edzell Golf Club

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Edzell, Brechin, Heartlands

The 27-holes Edzell Golf Club (founded 1895) is located in the beautiful village of Edzell, midway between the cities of Dundee and Aberdeen, in the foothills of the Angus Glens. The lovely heathland/parkland course was originally laid out by Bob Simpson, top golf course architect of his day. The 18-hole Old Course was later re-designed by the famous James Braid and upgraded in 2015.

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club

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Fortrose, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club (since 1793) is located on the Chanonry Peninsula in the ‘Black Isle’ in the Scottish Highlands, very close to the City of Inverness. It is the 15th oldest recorded Club in the World. The classic Scottish links golf course enjoys breathtaking views over the Moray Firth. 

Gullane Golf Club

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Gullane, South East

The 54-hole Gullane Golf Club (founded 1882) in Gullane in East Lothian is one of Scotland's most prestigious member clubs. Gullane has three classic links courses, laid out over prime seaside land with a long history of hosting national and international championship golf events. The three championship courses offer dramatic coastal views and a golfing challenge to savour. 

Machrihanish Dunes

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Machrihanish, Argyll, South West

The 18-hole Machrihanish Dunes (2009) is set by the small village of Machrihanish on Scotland’s west coast. The award-winning golf course was designed by David McLay Kidd as a classical Scottish links golf course. Enjoy the breathtaking ocean views and a majestic dunescape, a pristine linksland protected by the Scottish government. Be rewarded by a truly unforgettable experience.

Panmure Golf Club

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Barry by Carnoustie, Heartlands

The 18-hole Panmure Golf Club (founded 1845) close to Carnoustie on the east coast of Scotland is one of the great links courses. Panmure is the sixteenth oldest golf club in the world. It hosted local and national amateur championships and final qualifying for the Open Championship on many occasions. In 2017 it will be the venue for the Open Championship and The Senior Open Championship.

Royal Dornoch

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Dornoch, Highlands and Islands

The 36-hole Royal Dornoch (1877) in Dornoch, Sutherland, is located on the bay of the Dornoch Firth. Royal Dornoch offers two great golf courses - the Championship Course and the Struie Course. The 18-hole Championship Course is ranked No.5 in the world and No.1 in Scotland by Golf Digest 2016.

St Andrews Links - Castle Course

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St Andrews, Heartlands

The 18-hole St Andrews Links - Castle Course (opened 2008) in St Andrews is the newest golf course to St Andrews Links and part of the largest public golfing complex in Europe. The links course is set on a high point above the stretch of coast called Kinkell Braes with spectacular views over St Andrews, The Castle Course offers a memorable golfing experience.

The Blairgowrie Golf Club

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Rosemount, Blairgowrie, Heartlands

The 45-holes Blairgowrie Golf Club (founded in 1889) in the heart of Pearthshire north west of Dundee provides two of the finest championship golf courses in Scotland and one of the best 9 hole courses.  The Blairgowrie Golf Club hosted the Scottish Amateur Championship in 2013 and PGA Championship Final in 2014 and many more tournaments.

The Golf House Club Elie

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Elie, Leven, Heartlands

The 18-hole The Golf House Club Elie (established in 1875) is located in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife. It is one of the oldest golf clubs in Scotland and one of the finest links courses in Fife. Its superb setting right on the coastline and its great panoramic views makes it one of the most highly regarded courses.

The North Berwick Golf Club

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North Berwick, South East

The 18-hole North Berwick Golf Club (founded 1832) situated in the town of North Berwick, East of Edinburgh is a true championship links course with breathtaking views of the Firth of Forth, over sandy beaches and islands. It has been for many years the Final Qualifying venue for The Open Championship.

Brora Golf Club

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Brora, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Brora Golf Club (1891) is situated on the Moray Firth in Sutherland. The links golf course is recognised as being one of James Braid’s finest designs. With Kintradwell Bay in the foreground and with a backdrop of the Sutherland foothills the golf course offers great views from Ben Bhraggie to the west to the Ord of Caithness in the north-east.

Burntisland Golf House Club

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Burntisland, Heartlands

The 18-hole Burntisland Golf House Club close to historic holiday town of Burntisland in Fife is officially recognized as the 10th oldest golf club in the world. The parkland style golf course offers superb views over the Firth of Forth, up and down the River Forth, from the Bass Rock in the west to the Forth Bridges in the east. Edinburgh Castle is visible from the 8th hole. 

Cowal Golf Club

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Kirn, Dunoon, South West

The 18-hole Cowal Golf Club (founded in 1891) near Dunoon is laid out above the Firth of Clyde on the South-East facing slopes of the Cowal peninsula. The mature parkland course was designed by James S. Braid. It is an enjoyable a test of golf with spectacular views across the estuary, south over the island of Bute and beyond as far as Ailsa Craig in the distance.

Forres Golf Club

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Forres, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Forres Golf Club (1889) in Moray is a picturesque parkland style course, designed by Open Championship winners James Braid and Willie Park. Forres Golf Course is a beautifully maintained and full of memorable holes. It is providing a good test for golfers of all abilities.

Glasgow Golf Club - Gailes Links Golf Course

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Irvine, South West

The 18-hole Gailes Links Golf Course is located in Irvine on the West Coast. It is considered as one of the preferred championship links courses in Ayrshire.  Gailes was opened in 1892 by Glasgow Golf Club, the 9th oldest golf club in the world. It was designed by legendary golf architect Willie Park Jnr and has hosted major championship tournaments through the years.

Gleneagles Golf Resort

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Auchterarder, Heartlands

The 63-holes Gleneagles Golf Resort in the Heartlands of Scotland offers three great golf vourses. Gleneagles is Host Venue of The 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup. This glorious playground lies within an hour’s drive of Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Golspie Golf Club

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Golspie, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Golspie Golf Club (founded 1889) is situated on the Dornoch Firth. The beautiful course was designed by James Braid. It is a great mix of classic links, heath and parkland course. Golspie Golf Course is ranked as No. 54 in Golf World's Top 100 courses in Scotland for 2015.

Greenock Golf Club

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Greenock, Central

The 27-hole Greenock Golf Club (founded in 1890) is set in the heart of Renfrewshire not far from Glasgow. It is located high above the town of Greenock. The 18-hole course is a mix of parkland and moorland offering spectacular views over the Clyde Estuary to the Argyll hills beyond. 

Hirsel Golf Club

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Coldstream, South East

The 18-hole Hirsel Golf Club (founded in 1948) on the outskirts of Coldstream is nestling on the beautiful and historic Scottish Borders. The Hirsel course is one of the finest examples of traditional parkland golf in Scotland.

Keith Golf Club

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Keith, Highlands and Islands

The 18 hole Keith Golf Club in Keith in the highlands of Scotland is a fairly open parkland course. The Clubhouse provides catering and bar facilities and offers an excellent view of the golf course and surrounding countryside. Enjoy a round of golf at the Heart of the Malt Whisky Trail.

Kilspindie Golf Club

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Aberlady, South East

The 18-hole Kilspindie Golf Club (founded 1867) is located close to the village of Aberlady among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay and the Firth of Forth. Kilspindie is reputed to be the 35th oldest golf club in the world. The links course is characterized by fast and deceptive greens and well-defined fairways.

Loch Lomond Golf Club

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Luss by Alexandria, Central

The 18-hole Loch Lomond Golf Club (1993) is a very private club located 20 miles north west of Glasgow between the mountains and the historic lochside. The famous parkland style golf course was designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf. The challenging course offers beautifully manicured fairways and greens as well as many natural hazards.

Longniddry Golf Club

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East Lothian, Longniddry, South East

The 18-hole Longniddry Golf Club (1921) is located on the Golf Coast of Scotland just a short ride from the centre of Edinburgh. The laying out of the course was designed by Harry S Colt, one of the foremost architects of the day. The golf course close to the beach is a unique combination of links and woodland.

Moray Golf Club

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Lossiemouth, Moray, Highlands and Islands

The 36-hole Moray Golf Club (founded 1889) is located in Lossiemouth, Moray about 20 miles from Inverness. Enjoy one of the finest links courses in Scotland. Moray Golf Club is truly one of Scotland's gems and a must for golfers visiting the area.

Murcar Links Golf Club

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Bridge of Don, North East

The 27-hole Murcar Links Golf Club (Est. 1909) is situated on the coast north of Aberdeen on a classic stretch of links land with huge sand dunes, crumpled fairways, whins, burns and heather. Murcar frequently features in the Top 100 courses in the UK and the VisitScotland Top 40 Great Scottish Links Collection.

Niddry Castle Golf Club

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Winchburgh, South East

The 18-hole Niddry Castle Golf Club in Winchburgh close to Edinburgh is a complete test of golf. The parkland course has been designed to allow all levels of golfer a fair and true test. It runs around the historic Niddry Castle and offers tremendous panoramic views towards the Pentland Hills. 

Peebles Golf Club

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Peebles, South East

The 18-hole Peebles Golf Club (founded 1892) is set amid the beautiful rolling hills of the Scottish Borders overlooking the town of Peebles. The parkland style golf course with superb views from every hole was designed by Harry Colt. It is characterized by beautifully shaped fairways, maturing trees and well prepared sloping greens.

Prestwick Golf Club

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Prestwick, South West

The 18-hole Prestwick Golf Club (1851) on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast is the original site of the first Open Championship in 1860. It is the unique landscape, which makes this golfing terrain unrivalled in the world. Old Tom Morris designed this links course, which shares it boundaries with Royal Troon on the Firth of Clyde.

St Andrews Links

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St Andrews, Heartlands

St Andrews Links is the brand of seven public golf courses in St. Andrews including the Old Course. The Links Management oversees the maintenance and management of these courses. Besides of the seven courses you will find a golf academy, three clubhouses and five shops. 

Stonehaven Golf Club

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Stonehaven, North East

The 18-hole Stonehaven Golf Club (founded 1888) in Kincardineshire in the North-East of Scotland. Situated on the Aberdeenshire coast it is considered as one of the most dramatic and scenic golf courses in the region. The parkland course overlooks the North Sea.

Tain Golf Club

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Tain, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Tain Golf Club (founded 1890) situated in Tain is nestled on the banks of the Dornoch Firth. The beautiful links course was designed by golfing great, Old Tom Morris. Enjoy the sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains behind. The layout guarantees an interesting round for beginners and experts alike. 

Trump International Golf Links

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Balmedie, North East

The 18-hole Trump International Golf Links close to Balmedie north of Aberdeen is one of the great championship links golf courses. Enjoy the beautiful and challenging golf course on a dramatic coastline with panoramic views of the North Sea.

Western Gailes Golf Club

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Irvine, South West

The 18-hole Western Gailes is located in Irvine, North Ayrshire close to Firth of Clyde. The true links golf course sits on very natural land with dunes, undulating terrain and finely contoured greens.  Any change in the strength or direction of the wind provides new challenges. Western Gailes is among the finest links courses in Scotland.

Aboyne Loch Golf Centre

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Aboyne, North East

The 9-hole Aboyne Loch Golf Centre in Royal Deeside west of Aberdeen is part of the 4-star Golf & Spa Resort The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne. The course is set in spectacular scenery on a south facing site beside the Loch of Aboyne

Ballater Golf Club

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Ballater, North East

The 18-hole Ballater Golf Club (1892) is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Upper Deeside in North East Scotland. Originally the heathland golf course with some distinct parkland characteristics was founded as a nine hole course, on land owned by the laird of Invercauld. Ballater and its golf course lie within a circle of hills with glorious views.

Carradale Golf Club

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Carradale, South West

The 9-hole Carradale Golf Club is located on the east side of the Kintyre peninsula in Argyll, 25 miles south of Tarbert. It is considered to be a hidden gem offering stunning panoramas across the Kilbrannan Sound to Arran, Ailsa Craig and on a good day to Ayrshire.

Dragons Tooth Golf Course

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Ballachulish, Highlands and Islands

The 9-hole Dragons Tooth Golf Course in Ballachulish near Fort William is beautifully situated at Loch Leven. The parkland course with 18 tees is over-shadowed by two majestic munros - Sgorr Dhearg and Sgorr Domhnuill. The challenging holes run through an undulating, tree-lined estate. Some are breathtaking and the quality of the fairways matches mightier courses in Scotland.

Glen Golf Club

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North Berwick, South East

The 18-hole Glen Golf Club (1894) in North Berwick with superb views across the Firth of Forth provides an enjoyable test of golf for all players. The course is situated in a breathtaking cliff top location with many spectacular holes. Enjoy a course that is challenging but fair.

Isle of Skye Golf Club

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Sconser, Highlands and Islands

The 9-hole Isle of Skye Golf Club is a scenic seaside golf course on the west coast of Scotland with views of the sea and the landscape. Surrounded by impressive mountains the flat course looks out seawards to the Isle of Raasay and inland to Glamaig, one of the Red Cuillins.

Killin Golf Club

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Killin, Heartlands

The 9-hole Killin Golf Club set in the beautiful scenery of the Perthshire Highlands near Loch Tay. The slightly hilly golf course is surrounded by forest still offering some nice views. It is often described as the most beautiful 9 hole golf course in Scotland. 

Kirkcudbright Golf Club

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Kirkcudbright, South West

The 18-hole Kirkcudbright Golf Club (founded 1893) is located on the southern edge of the beautiful and historic town of Kirkcudbright with magnificent views of the town, the River Dee and the Galloway Hills. Enjoy a parkland course with gentle slopes, where each hole has its own unique feel and challenges. The course is rated in the top 100 of hidden gems.

Prestwick St. Nicholas Golf Club

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Prestwick, South West

The 18-hole Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club on the shores of the Firth of Clyde between Ayr and Glasgow was founded in 1851 and is the 26th oldest Golf Club in the world. The traditional Scottish links golf course with deep bunkers, running fairways, undulating greens and strands of gorse is a must for amateur golfers of all ages.

Thornhill Golf Club

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Thornhill, South West

The 18-hole Thornhill Golf Club (established 1893) is situated in Mid Nithsdale, Dumfries & Galloway. The course is a mixture of park and heathland with magnificent panoramic views. It runs over relatively level terrain and has been often described as a “hidden gem”.

Aboyne Golf Club

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Aboyne, North East

The 18-hole Aboyne Golf Club (founded in 1883) is the oldest golf club on Royal Deeside in Aberdeenshire. The excellent golf course is a testing is a mix of rolling parkland with inviting fairways and elevated links-like heathland set in beautiful highland surroundings. Aboyne Golf Club hosted the Scottish Womens County Finals in 2016 . 

Crieff Golf Club

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Crieff, Heartlands

The 27-hole Crieff Golf Club in Perthshire is rated as one of Scotland’s top inland courses. Crieff Golf Club offers the 18-hole Ferntower Golf Course and the 9-hole Dornock Golf Course. Both parkland style courses are situated in a beautiful, gently sloping countryside with spectacular views. They provide a fair, but challenging experience for all levels of player.

Cullen Links Golf Club

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The Royal Burgh Of Cullen, North East

The 18-hole Cullen Links Golf Club (founded 1870) is located in Cullen between Aberdeen and Inverness on the Moray Firth Coast. The classic links course was originally designed by Old Tom Morris and later extended to 18 holes. As a traditional seaside links course it offers many blind shots and great views of the coastline, Cullen Bay and beyond.

Inverness Golf Club

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Inverness, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Inverness Golf Club (established in 1883) is located near Inverness the capital of the Scottish Highlands. The parkland golf course at Culcabock offers tree lined fairways and generous well manicured greens. It is easy to walk and provides an enjoyable and challenging test for any golfer. 

Muirfield Golf Club

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Muirfield, Gullane, South East

The 18-hole Muirfield Golf Club (1744) in East Lothian close to Edinburgh is one of the oldest clubs in golf and offers a world famous golf course. The course was laid out by laid out by Old Tom Morris. Muirfield Golf Club hosted 16 Open Championships and eleven Amateur Championships.

Newmachar Golf Club

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Newmachar, Aberdeen, North East

The 36-hole Newmachar Golf Club (opened in 1990) is located on the outskirts of Aberdeen, only five miles from the international airport and the village of Dyce. The Newmachar Golf Club offers two beautiful classic inland courses - Hawkshill Course and Swailend Course. Host of the Scottish Seniors Open.

Oldmeldrum Golf Club

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Oldmeldrum, Inverurie, North East

The 18-hole Oldmeldrum Golf Club in the North East of Scotland close to Inverurie is a historic golf club with a classic inland parkland course and a modern golfing venue at the same time. Enjoy a beautiful landscape with breathtaking sights.

Pitlochry Golf Course

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Pitlochry, Heartlands

The 18-hole Pitlochry Golf Course (established in 1909) in Pitlochry, Perthshire, in the gateway to the Highlands is one of the finest inland golfing facilities in Scotland. Enjoy a great golfing experience with sweeping views of the Tummel Valley. The exceptional course will test every element of your game.

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

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Bridge of Don, North East

The 36-hole Royal Aberdeen Golf Club (founded 1780) in Aberdeen, later moved across the River Don to the links at Balgownie. It is number six in the league table of golf course antiquity. Royal Aberdeen offers two great golf courses, the famous Balgownie Links and the Silverburn Course.

St Boswells Golf Club

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St Boswells, Melrose, South East

The 9-hole St Boswells Golf Club (founded 1899) close to Melrose in the Scottish Borders is a beautiful parkland course where Wildlife is ever present. It is idyllically set on the south bank of the River Tweed. The relatively flat course is not too long but demands accuracy. Surrounded by beautiful nature it is an enjoyable test for all abilities.

The Machrihanish Golf Club

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Machrihanish, South West

The 27-hole Machrihanish Golf Club (1876) is situated on the western side of the Kintyre Peninsula by the small village of Machrihanish. The 18-hole championship course is a classical Scottish Links Course, which was laid out in 1879 by Old Tom Morris himself. It runs through majestic dunes and offers great views across to the islands of Islay, Jura and Gigha.

Charleton Golf Club

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Colinsburgh, Leven, Heartlands

The 18-hole Charleton Golf Club (opened 1994) near Colinsburgh in Fife offers a unique parkland course experience, overlooking the magnificent Firth of Forth. The course is set in the Heart of Charleton Estate, owned by Baron St Clair Bonde. Acclaimed to be one of the most beautiful Golf Courses in Scotland.

Dunfermline Golf Club

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Crossford, Dunfermline, Heartlands

The 18-hole Dunfermline Golf Club (founded in 1887) just outside of Dunfermline in Fife is a typical parkland golf course arranged in two loops of nine which end at the clubhouse. The magnificent Pitfirrane House is a spectacular clubhouse with medieval woodwork, Flemish stained glass and ornate plaster ceiling in the dining room.

Fairways Leisure and Loch Ness Golf Course

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Inverness, Highlands and Islands

The 27-hole Fairways Leisure and Loch Ness Golf Course (opened  in 1996) is situated on the South West edge of Inverness offering an 18-hole championship course called New Course and the Wee Monster 9-hole family course.  The New Course gently ascends land above Inverness offering spectacular views of Inverness and more.

Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club

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Grantown-on-Spey, Highlands and Islands

The 18-hole Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club (founded 1890) is situated in the Cairngorm National Park in the Scottish Highlands. It is supposed to be one of the finest golf venues in the area. The parkland style golf course with charm is looking onto the Cairngorm mountains. 

Hawick Golf Club

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Hawick, South East

The 18-hole Hawick Golf Club (founded in 1877) located on the outskirts of Hawick is the oldest golf club in the Scottish Borders. The parkland style golf course runs through the rolling hills providing spectacular views of the landscape. Nick Faldo, Colin Montgomerie, and Tony Jacklin, are all honorary members.

Jedburgh Golf Club

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Jedburgh, South East

The 18-hole Jedburgh Golf Club (founded in 1893) is set in the heart of the Scottish Borders amidst outstanding scenery with breathtaking views across the Cheviot hills. The parkland course is a challenging and rewarding test of golf for golfers of all abilities. Enjoy an abundance of natural beauty.

Kelso Golf Club

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Abbotseat, Kelso, South East

The 18-hole Kelso Golf Club in the region of Scottish Borders offers a beautiful parkland course. The original course was designed by Ben Sayers and then re-designed by James Braid in 1930. The generally flat course is well maintained, known for the quality of its turf, especially the greens.

Lundin Golf Club

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Lundin Links, Leven, Heartlands

The 18-hole Lundin Golf Club (founded in 1868) is located right on the coast at Leven in the famous Golf Region Fife. The links course was originally designed by Old Tom Morris and redesigned by James Braid, the five times Open Champion. Lundin is renowned for its beautiful greens and some of the most demanding Par 4’s in the game of golf.

Prestwick St Cuthbert Golf Club

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Prestwick, South West

The 18-hole Prestwick St Cuthbert Golf Club (founded 1899) is situtated in Prestwick on the famous Ayrshire Golf Coast. The inland golf course has an enviable reputation as a fabulous mature Parkland course, with picturesque fairways, challenging layout and excellent greens. 

The Duke's

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St Andrews, Heartlands

The 18-hole The Duke's (1995) is located in St Andrews in Kingdome of Fife. The challenging championship course was designed by Tim Liddy. The Duke’s, is St Andrews’ only heath land course with a spectacular setting above the town and magnificent panoramic views over the surrounding countryside to the sea.

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