The third 'Championship' course at St Andrews, it may well be the toughest!
If you don't have a tee time on the Old, the New is probably your next best option.
A links come heathland Final Qualifying Open venue a stone's throw from the Old Course.
Scottish hospitality and pure golf of the absolute highest order.
A beautiful parkland in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
A controversial design which pushes the boundaries with some of the most undulating greens built in the last 70 years!
Royal Dornoch Golf Club is a top course to visit as a student of golf course architecture and just happens to be Donald Ross's home course.
Refined and dignified Scottish links of the highest order.
A unique, raw 12 hole wonder from the Willies' - Park & Fernie.
Just south of Prestwick is another course laid out by the same fella who tweaked Old Tom's design next door.
St Andrews Old Course is the greatest golf course in the history of the game.
One of the truest links you can find. The front 9 rivals any other anywhere in the world.
Most people would drive by on their way to Cruden Bay or Royal Aberdeen... which would be a mistake.
Seaside links for 7 holes abounding with humps and hollows make this a world class links.
Nairn Dunbar is Nairn's 'other' links with recent work that demands attention.
It's charming, quirky, unusual, interesting and fun. In short, it's a must play!
A quality links that it has played host to Open qualifying for the men, women and seniors.
The 18th oldest club in the world and one of the very first in the north of Scotland.