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The sandy beach at Kilspindie Golf Club.

Kilspindie Golf Club

Address:
East Lothian, EH32 0QD, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Tom Doak and No Laying Up have given Kilspindie Golf Club cult-like status.

A photo of the period correct Kingarrock Hickory Golf Course.

Kingarrock Hickory Golf

Address:
Fife, KY15 5PB, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Step back in time and try your hand on the only hickory golf club in the UK.

The Firth of Forth at Leven, Fife, Scotland.

Dumbarnie Links

Address:
Fife, KY8 6JQ, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Dumbarnie Golf Links is the most anticipated new golf links in Fife since Kingsbarns.

The iconic red sandstone at Cullen Links Golf Club.

Cullen Links Golf Club

Address:
Moray, AB56 4WB, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Still undiscovered by the masses but has achieved cult status due to No Laying Up fame.

The rippled ground over which Bruntsfield Short Hole Golf Club is laid.

Bruntsfield Short Hole Golf Club

Address:
Midlothian, EH10 4HR, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Its free, fun and located on hallowed turf. The clubhouse? A tavern from 1456!

Green Site Bunker Bridge Allan GC

Bridge of Allan Golf Club

Address:
Stirling, FK9 4LY, Scotland
Reason to visit:

An inland, untouched Old Tom 9 holer from 1895.

An aerial view of the Aboyne Golf Club.

Aboyne Golf Club

Address:
Aberdeenshire, AB34 5HP, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Stunningly beautiful and known for its pristine condition.

The 1st hole green site at the Eden Course.

St Andrews Eden Course

Address:
Fife, KY16 9SF, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Overlooked by many, it is a Harry Colt & Donald Steel with bags of character.

Musselburgh Links with the racecourse in the background.

Musselburgh Links

Address:
Midlothian, EH21 7SR, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A walk through history on the world's oldest golf course is a must-play.

The railway on the 1st hole at Prestwick Golf Club.

Prestwick Golf Club

Address:
Ayrshire, KA9 1QG, Scotland
Reason to visit:

The birthplace of the world's greatest championship and steeped in history, Prestwick is a must-play.

The Renaissance Club with Forth of Firth in the distance.

The Renaissance Club

Address:
East Lothian, EH39 5HS, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A private members club that can be accessed by a one-time experience option!

The 14th hole at sunrise at Trump International Scotland.

Trump International Scotland

Address:
Aberdeenshire, AB29 8YE, Scotland
Reason to visit:

It's a stadium links in perhaps the most spectacular set of dunes in the world.

A photograph of the 11th hole at Trump Turnberry.

Trump Turnberry

Address:
Ayrshire, KA26 9LT, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Trump's version is held unanimously as the best yet. A true bucket list experience.

A revetted bunker at West Kilbride Golf Club.

West Kilbride Golf Club

Address:
Ayrshire, KA23 9HT, Scotland
Reason to visit:

With great views of the Isle of Arran and the Firth of Clyde, it plays host to high ranking amateur tournaments.

The windy Western Gailes Golf Club.

Western Gailes Golf Club

Address:
Ayrshire, KA11 5AE, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Ayrshire's best kept secret and guilty pleasure.

A placeholder image for Tain Golf Club.

Tain Golf Club

Address:
Highland, IV19 1JE, Scotland
Reason to visit:

An Old Tom Morris layout in the Scottish Highlands.

The Specs green with bunkers at Irvine Golf Club.

Irvine Golf Club

Address:
Ayrshire, KA12 8SN, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A James Braid links that has hosted qualifying when the Open is held at nearby Royal Troon or Turnberry.

The 6th hole at Castle Course St Andrews.

St Andrews Castle Course

Address:
Fife, KY16 8PL, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A controversial design which pushes the boundaries with some of the most undulating greens built in the last 70 years!

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