Glenbervie Golf Club was home to the Scottish region of the PGA for a good number of years before the PGA moved to Gleneagles.
There is a hint of Gleneagles at Ranfurly Castle Golf Club, a mixture of heathland and moorland holes. A hidden gem if ever there was one.
Duff House Royal Golf Club is a beautiful parkland course with large double–tiered greens (Alister MacKenzie design features) and well positioned bunkers...
Situated on an escarpment beside Loch Ryan, Stranraer Golf Club is laid out on former farmland with many stands of mature trees.
The Knights course at Meldrum House Golf Club is a beautiful parkland layout measuring a tad more than 7,000 yards from the back markers so it's a stern test from the tips.
Former owners, the De Vere Group, introduced the Carrick course to its golf facilities at Cameron House back in the summer of 2007, adding the 18-hole course to the existing 9-hole “Wee Demon” layout.
Although the ground is rolling moorland and seaside heathland in nature, the Dunskey course at Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Club also has a very links-like feel to it.
Alyth Golf Club, in the Vale of Strathmore, is a little off the main Scottish golfing tracks, but is well worth the deviation away from other more well known courses.
Situated next door to the PGA Centenary course at Gleneagles, Auchterarder Golf Club’s 18- hole moorland layout was extended from a 9-hole course in 1979.
With an overall length of no more than 6,507 yards from the back tees, the Earl of Mar golf course at Mar Hall Golf Resort appeals to the strategically minded golfer...