Make no mistake – this is exciting golf. The lovely course at the Boat of Garten Golf & Tennis Club wends its way, up and down, through heather, whin, pine and birch.
Leven Links Golf Course measures a modest 6,551 yards from the medal tees against a par of 71, but the wind often laughs in the face of the yardage figures.
The Golf House Club at Elie is where the great James Braid cut his golfing teeth. If you want to play an exciting but challenging historic links course, then look no further.
Many prefer the No.2 at Gullane Golf Club to No.1 - it's a course of great variety and challenge...it was used for Open Championship Qualifying in 1980.
Luffness New Golf Club is the custodian of probably the oldest “new” golf course in the world, dating back to 1867.
There is a gentle beginning on Panmure Golf Club's Open Qualifying course before it opens up beyond the pine forest.
There are two golf courses at Monifieth but it's the Medal course that's used as an Open qualifying venue when the Open is played at nearby Carnoustie.
Did you know that the ancient links at Montrose is the sixth oldest golf course in the world? It has simply been overlooked because its neighbour, the mighty Carnoustie, has overshadowed it.
Fraserburgh Golf Club was founded in 1777 with the present course opening in 1891 and redesigned by James Braid in 1922.
The Jubilee’s raised tees provide unparalleled views across St Andrews Bay to the east and the fluttering flags on the other St Andrews golf courses to the west.