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The Nottinghamshire
The Nottinghamshire , Area
The Nottinghamshire boasts two magnificent 18 hole courses, set in 340 acres of parkland.  
The Championship Course: Comprising a front nine, set around an impressive lake and waterways complex that not only offers a golfing cha


Portlethen Golf Club
Portlethen Golf Club, Aberdeen Area
Portlethen Golf Club is maturing into one of the more popular parkland courses. It stands at 6670 yards Par 72. Natural features include the Findon burn which crosses five of the holes on the first nine influencing either tee or approach shots.
Hazelhead Golf Club
Hazelhead Golf Club, Aberdeen Area
Hazelhead golf course was designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie, the golf architect better known for designing Augusta National. The Course provides a true test of golf skills with gorse and woodland being a hazard for any wayward shots. Several well-known com
Auchmill Golf Club
Auchmill Golf Club, Aberdeen Area
Auchmill Golf Course was officially opened for play in 1975, having been designed by a qualified team including Brian Hugget. The course was extended to an 18-hole course in 1989 and due to its growing popularity and Auchmill Golf Club came into existence


Ardeer Golf Club
Ardeer Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Originally formed in 1880, this tree-lined parkland course measures 6424 yards with a par of 71. The course benefits from views of the Firth of Clyde so golfers can enjoy the scenery as well as a challenging round on a deceptively demanding golf course.
Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club
Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Barassie Links has been offering golfers a challenge in Ayrshire since 1887. The course itself is a mixture of old and new. This unwavering pedigree has helped it secure Open Qualifier status as well as hosting a raft of prestigious R&A tournaments.
Dundonald Links Golf Club
Dundonald Links Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Formerly known as Southern Gailes, this new course is already recognised as one of the best new courses in the world. Opened in 2003, this modern day links has the feel of a course 100 years older, offering challenges and enjoyment in equal measure.
Gailes Links Golf Club
Gailes Links Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Gailes has hosted major championship tournaments through the years and was designed by legendary golf architect Willie Park Jnr of Musselburgh. It was opened in 1892 by Glasgow Golf Club, the 9th oldest golf club in the world. Its West Coast setting and f
Irvine Golf Club
Irvine Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Irvine Golf Club is a hidden gem of a traditional links challenge. It owes much of its present day character to the course design of the great James Braid. Set in a seaside location with the romantic peaks of Arran presenting a stunning backdrop.
Largs Golf Club
Largs Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Largs Golf Club was founded in 1891. With views over the Clyde estuary and the neighbouring islands of Cumbrae, Bute, and Arran this 6150 yards par 70 parkland course offers a fair but rewarding challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Rowallan Castle Golf Club
Rowallan Castle Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Designed by Colin Montgomerie, the course is now in its fifth full season of play and is fast gaining a global reputation as a masterpiece thanks to its fast undulating greens, cavernous bunkers and mature setting.
Western Gailes Golf Club
Western Gailes Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
A regular host to The Open Championship qualifying schedule. Ingeniously situated greens amidst dunes and hollows with protection from burns. Heather and gorse provide attractive backdrops but are card wreckers.
Belleisle Golf Club
Belleisle Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Belleisle a respected championship parkland course offering its own unique challenges to all golfers. Combining the natural landscape with spectacular views to Arran the course is a must for any Braid fan, or simply for anyone who loves golf.
Lochgreen Golf Club
Lochgreen Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Lochgreen is a 6,800+ yards upland links/parkland golf course that will test you all the way. At points it runs parallel to Royal Troon and was used for several years as a qualifier for the Open (Jack Nicklaus qualified here in 1962).
Darley Golf Club
Darley Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Darley is still recognised as one of the most challenging courses to play to your handicap. A tight links course with unforgiving heather and gorse hugging both sides of many fairways. Don’t be fooled with the benign opening…
Fullarton Golf Club
Fullarton Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Fullarton, at slightly less than 5000 yards is an uplands links course, with narrow, undulating fairways generally flanked by heather and gorse. With deceptively tight and testing greens here is where to sharpen up your game.
The Carrick Golf Club
The Carrick Golf Club, ayrshire Area
Opened in June 2007 the Carrick golf course has already played host to some prestigious professional events including the Ladies Scottish Open (2007 & 2008), the PGA Cup (2009) and more recently the Europro Tour (2014, 2015 & 2016). The stunning c
Macdonald Spey Golf Course
Macdonald Spey Golf Course, Ayrshire Area
Macdonald Aviemore Resort, home of the spectacular Spey Valley Championship Golf Course. Recently voted one of the best golf courses in Scotland, Spey Valley features some of the most breathtaking views in the world, offering golfers a glimpse right into
Girvan Golf Club
Girvan Golf Club, Ayrshire Area
Girvan Golf Club was originally opened in 1902, but it wasn’t until the 1920’s when James Braid took full advantage of its unique setting to create this hidden gem. A popular golf course, which boasts stunning views of Ailsa Craig, the Isle of
Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club
Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club , Ayrshire Area
Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club is a traditional Scottish links possessing as it does a sandy, free draining soil, gorse, deep bunkers and a seemingly ever present wind which tests the skills of players of all abilities.

The course lies betwee

Dumfries & Galloway

Dumfries & County Golf Club
Dumfries & County Golf Club, Dumfries & Galloway Area
Dumfries and County golf club offers golfers of all abilities an enjoyable golfing experience. Renowned for the consistently fast USGA design greens this Braid designed parkland course really is the Queen of the South well worth a visit: 5925yds Par 69
Thornhill Golf Club
Thornhill Golf Club, Dumfries & Galloway Area
The course is a mixture of park and heathland with panoramic views equal to any in Scotland. It has been often described as a hidden gem. At 6085 yards, over relatively level terrain the course provides a good test for all golfers.
Powfoot Golf Club
Powfoot Golf Club, Dumfries & Galloway Area
Designed by James Braid, Powfoot is a championship course measuring 6274 yards par 71. Located on the Solway Firth, with breath-taking views across the water to the Cumbrian coast and a backdrop of the Lake District hills. A mix of both links and parkland


Cardrona Golf Course
Cardrona Golf Course, Edinburgh Area
Cardrona golf course is a par 72 parkland and woodland course that features wide and undulating USGA greens and a distance of over 7000 yards from the medal tees.

Edinburgh & Lothian

Baberton Golf Club
Baberton Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Baberton Golf Club has a beautiful yet challenging course set on gently undulating terrain with spectacular views in all directions. Founded in 1893, the course was later reconstructed by James Braid one of the Great triumvirate.
Craigielaw Golf Club
Craigielaw Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Craigielaw is equal to many of the finest links courses around. Host to many national events, including the 2006 Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship and was a qualifying course for the 2007 British Seniors Open at Muirfield.
Dunbar Golf Club
Dunbar Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
A championship links, the course became an Open qualifier in 1992. Old Tom Morris designed the first 15 holes, bringing the sea in as a lateral water hazard on some of the layout. When the wind gets up it is a formidable test for even the best of golfers.
Glen Golf Club
Glen Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Originally laid out as a nine hole course in 1894, it was extended to 18 holes in 1906 with a design provided by James Braid and Ben Sayers. The Glen enjoys a breath-taking cliff top location with many holes offering views of the Firth of Forth.
Gullane No3 Golf Club
Gullane No3 Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Although shorter than its neighbours, Gullane No. 3 is renowned for having the best greens on the club’s courses. Crafty bunker placement and punitive rough mean imaginative shot-making and accuracy are at a premium. Great fun as well as challenging!
Gullane No2 Golf Club
Gullane No2 Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Gullane 2 is the favourite of many locals. At 6,385 yards it provides a stern test as it proved during final qualifying for the Open Championship in 1980. Although this links has plenty of length it is the short holes that offer the greatest challenge.
Haddington Golf Club
Haddington Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Haddington Golf Club provides an enjoyable round in a quiet, country estate. Mature trees line most holes and the River Tyne is the course’s north boundary forming the out-of-bounds Lots of long holes demand accurate, reliable iron-play.
Kilspindie Golf Club
Kilspindie Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Laid out by Sayers and Ross in 1898, Kilspindie uses classical natural links land on the beautiful coast of East Lothian. It is a relatively short course by modern standards but doused in history and a good test of golf for players of all standards.
Longniddry Golf Club
Longniddry Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
This course is a unique combination of parkland and links. It is not long by modern standards, but is designed to reward the strategic player. The fairways are generous and the greens large, but the penalty for straying off-line can be severe.
Luffness New Golf Club
Luffness New Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Luffness New Golf Club, founded in 1894 is situated in the heart of the renowned golfing country on the East Lothian coastline neighbouring Gullane and Muirfield. Measuring 6502 yards it offers challenging and enjoyable golf in a historic setting.
Mortonhall Golf Club
Mortonhall Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Mortonhall Golf Club, founded in 1892 is oldest course in the City of Edinburgh. With its immaculate greens and fairways, lined with mature trees and whin-covered outcrops and boasting views across Edinburgh the course is a championship test of 6530 yards
Murrayfield Golf Club
Murrayfield Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Murrayfield Golf Club offers parkland golf, played on a course that is occasionally hilly, always challenging and more than rewarding for all levels of golfer with each hole featuring its own unique challenge, so boredom won't be an issue!
North Berwick Golf Club
North Berwick Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
An Open qualifying course, the golf club was founded in 1832. It has an antiquated charm with walls, burns, yawning bunkers and commanding views out to sea and of the Forth estuary. Course designers all over the world have copied many of the testing holes
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is the fifth oldest golf club in the world. Designed by the famous Open champion and golf architect, James Braid, Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is a picturesque parkland course kept in tip-top shape and a treat to play.
Whitekirk Golf Club
Whitekirk Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Whitekirk Golf Club is a scenic heathland course with views out to the Bass Rock and the Firth of Forth. The golf course was opened in 1995, but shows little sign of its age, with gorse covered banks and lush fairways.
Winterfield Golf Club
Winterfield Golf Club, Edinburgh & Lothian Area
Winterfield golf course is a wee links course on the east coast of Scotland. The setting is breathtaking. Sometimes overlooked with such a feast of great golf courses in the East Lothian area, but once played never forgotten.


Glasgow Gailes Golf Club
Glasgow Gailes Golf Club, Glasgow Area


East Course - Dalmahoy
East Course - Dalmahoy, Midlothian Area
The East Golf Course at Dalmahoy is a challenging inland masterpiece. The golf course was designed by James Braid in 1927, and since its £1million redevelopment in 2004 has gone from strength to strength. The new layout stretches the golf course to an int
West Course - Dalmahoy
West Course - Dalmahoy, Midlothian Area
The West Course at Dalmahoy is an ideal warm-up round before the main event on the East Course. However the round won’t be a walkover, but with smaller greens and tighter fairways, accuracy and club selection, particularly on your approach shots, is vital







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