Machrihanish Golf Club is located in Argyll, Scotland, on the southern tip of the Mull of Kintyre between the Isle of Arran and the Hebrides. Read more “Machrihanish Golf Club, Campbeltown, Scotland”
Designed by Old Tom Morris in 1895, The New Course at St Andrews is a classic test of links golf. Read more “The New Course, St Andrews, Scotland”
Carnoustie Golf Links is a 45 minute drive north of St Andrews. Carnoustie’s Championship Course has hosted The Open Championship on seven occasions, most recently in 2007. It is set to host the 147th Open Championship in 2018. Read more “Carnoustie Golf Links, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland”
Located in the Scottish Highlands, Royal Dornoch Golf Club is a true links style course. There is evidence of golf in 1616 Dornoch but the formal founding of the club is with a nine hole layout in 1877. Read more “Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Sutherland, Scotland”
Nairn Golf Club is nestled on the shores of the Moray Firth less than 20 miles northeast of Inverness.
Like so many of Scotland’s most respected courses, it’s a descendant of Old Tom Morris and James Braid. Read more “Nairn Golf Club, Nairn, Scotland”