J.H.Taylor laid out the original 18 holes at Fulwell Golf Club in 1904. After World War II, John Morrison reconfigured the fairways, forming the new course by incorporating ten holes from the former ladies layout.
This sandy, gently undulating site was once a North Sea inlet. Consequently, Ganton Golf Club has all the characteristics of a links and a heathland course.
Old Tom Morris designed the Killermont course at Glasgow Golf Club on the north side of the River Kelvin and the Lord Provost of Glasgow officially opened the undulating parkland layout in 1904.
Glenbervie Golf Club was home to the Scottish region of the PGA for a good number of years before the PGA moved to Gleneagles.
Gullane Golf Club is blessed with the most exquisite turf – winter rules are not needed here. If you hit the No.1 course fairways, a perfect lie awaits, even in the depths of winter.
Hillside Golf Club is an underrated gem, separated only by a footpath, but hiding in the shadow of its noble next-door neighbour, Royal Birkdale.
Hunstanton Golf Club is a connoisseur’s golf course, jammed full of memorable quality golf holes.
Kilmarnock (Barassie) is a classic golf links, used for Open Championship Final Qualifying when the Open comes to the Ayrshire coast.
The Howe of Fife provides Ladybank Golf Club with a natural shelter in the valley of the River Eden. It’s a Top 100 regular because it is one of Scotland’s best inland courses.
Little Aston Golf Club is hidden away on the edge of exclusive suburbia in acres of tranquil, mature parkland. The former grounds of Little Aston Hall.