Situated on the shores of the Moray Firth, Nairn Dunbar Golf Club is a classic course, steeped in history.
Although it's not long, Kilspindie Golf Club is everything that links golf should be. Step back in time and enjoy this true gem.
It’s a mystery as to why the Craighead course at Crail did not feature in any golf course ranking tables since it came into play in 1999 until we first ranked it in 2008...
Golspie Golf Club is a vintage seaside course with a varied and enjoyable mix of links, heathland and parkland holes.
With four of the very best golf course architects having left their distinguished marks on Longniddry Golf Club, it is a rather special place to play golf.
If you're fed up slogging your way round the windy links courses, treat yourself to a scenic and tranquil piece of Letham Grange Golf Club. ... but make it quick. The committee has recommended that both club and courses should close due to a long-standing legal conflict over property ownership and declining membership.
Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club lies north of Inverness on a narrow peninsula which juts out into Rosemarkie Bay...
Butch Harmon declared to those members present when he visited the golf club in 2005 that Peterhead Old course was a "hidden gem" which he really enjoyed playing.
The East Renfrewshire Golf Club, or ‘East Ren’ as it is known was established in 1922 and the great James Braid designed the course.
Overlooking the Dornoch Firth, Tain Golf Club arguably offers one of the best settings imaginable in the highlands for a round of golf. With sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains behind.