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...
Designed by Harry Colt in 1914, the St Andrews Eden course bears many of his "more strategic than punishing" hallmarks, especially the greens, which established the benchmark for modern putting surface design.
Duff House Royal Golf Club is a beautiful parkland course with large double–tiered greens (Alister MacKenzie design features) and well positioned bunkers...
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is the perfect foil to a round at nearby Boat of Garten with both venues sharing the same spectacular mountain scenery.
The 12-hole layout at Shiskine Golf & Tennis Club is one of the most unusual courses featured on this website, a links that has reached true cult status.
Elgin Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 2006 and members have enjoyed golfing over the same wonderful, free-draining terrain for every single one of those 100 years...
Additional land on higher ground was acquired in 1994, allowing Newburgh-on-Ythan Golf Club to form a new front nine – a round at Newburgh is now a game of two contrasting halves.
The Askernish golf course was created by Old Tom Morris back in 1891 but over the years, it fell into disrepair. In 2008 the Askernish Golf Club came back to life.
Edzell Golf Club is located at the Gateway to the Grampians... it's one of Scotland's lesser-known golfing delights.
Five-time Open champion James Braid designed the Musselburgh Golf Club course at Monktonhall and he, along with Percy Alliss, Henry Cotton and Alf Padgham officially opened the course with a 4-ball match in 1938.