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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.