Founded in 1851, Lanark is the world’s 25th oldest golf club and the course is sited 600 feet above sea level where the ground is sandy and links-like thanks to Ice Age glacial sands.
The Kittocks course (previously known as the Devlin) sweeps alongside the rugged coastline where the views across St Andrews Bay towards the "auld grey toon" are sure to hold your attention.
Newmachar is one of the most progressive golf clubs in this area of Scotland, boasting two exceptional 18-hole courses, Swailend and Hawkshill...
The Balcomie Links is the relatively modern home of the Crail Golfing Society, the ninth oldest golf club in the world, which was formed in 1786.
The Lansdowne course at Blairgowrie Golf Club is routed through swathes of pine and silver birch trees which put a premium on accuracy off the tee.
Known as the Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh since 1929, the club proudly takes its role in the history and tradition of golf very seriously...
The links-like undulations of many fairways at Forfar Golf Club are a mystery to visitors as the course is more than ten miles from the coast.
Situated on an escarpment beside Loch Ryan, Stranraer Golf Club is laid out on former farmland with many stands of mature trees.
Craigielaw Golf Club has blended so well into the landscape, you would be hard pressed to know that it was anything less than a century old.
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.