Scottish Golf Courses
Anstruther Golf Club is situated around 9 miles from St Andrews and was founded in 1890.
The Old Course. If there is a single course in the entire world that most golfers aspire to play just once in their lifetime, it is the Old Course at St Andrews in Scotlandâ€”a course like no other and an experience like no other. Each and every year, thousands of golfers make the pilgrimage to St Andrews in the hope of playing the Old Course.
The Kingsbarns Golf Links site has long been known for its intimate connection with the sea. The fact that its golf origins date back to 1793 is testimony to the attributes of the site which foster ideal conditions for links turf to flourish amid interesting natural terrain.
Lundin Golf Club .
Lundin, founded in 1868, on a Tom Morris course which was extensively redesigned in 1908-09 by five times Open ChampionÂ James Braid, is well known throughout the golfing world as a course of rare quality.
Scotscraig Golf Club was founded in 1817 by some members of the St. Andrews Society of Golfers (later to become the Royal and Ancient Golf Club) who wished to play more golf than the Societyâ€™s occasional meetings afforded them.
The Golf House Club, Elie.
One of the many joys of golf, is the variety and vagaries of different clubs and courses. If there are a league of idiosyncratic clubs then the Golf House Club would be in with the best of them.
Muirfield is the home of The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers whose records date back to 1744 when the Club wrote the original 13 Rules of Golf for the first competition played for the Silver Club.
Royal Troon Golf Club.
Founded in 1878 by a few enthusiasts, Troon Golf Club soon outgrew its purely local reputation.
Turnberry Golf Course.
Boat of Garten.
The warm, friendly welcome, the magnificent scenery, the clubhouse facilities, the bar and catering are all special at Boat of Garten but they are all added extras to the main feature – the course.
Crail Golfing Society.
Crail Golfing Society, the 7th Oldest Golf Club in the world.
Spey Valley Highlands.
The Spey Valley Championship Golf Course is set in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Scottish Highlands, if not the world, and is predicted to be one of Scotland’s leading golf venues and destined to be in the top 5 rankings.