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”
There is credible claim that golf was played here in 1791, but practically speaking Cruden Bay Golf Club dates back to 1899. Read more “Cruden Bay Golf Club, Aberdeen, Scotland”
Prestwick Golf Club was founded in 1851 and lies adjacent to Royal Troon along a stretch of Scotland’s Ayrshire coastline that is as famous as any in the world for the game. Prestwick, the Birthplace of the Open Championship, attracts golfers from around the world to play its historic Links. Read more “Prestwick Golf Club, South Ayrshire, Scotland”
Located along the North Atlantic coast of Co. Clare, Ireland, Lahinch Golf Club dates back to 1892. Originally designed by Old Tom Morris, Lahinch was later modified by Dr. Alister MacKenzie and most recently Martin Hawtree. Read more “Lahinch Golf Club, Co. Clare, Ireland”
Consistently ranked among the Top 10 courses in the world, this par 71 links course measures over 7,100 yards and is often referred to as one of the toughest courses in the British isles. Located in Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, the Championship Course dates back to 1899 with design credit to Old Tom Morris. Read more “Royal County Down Golf Club, Northern Ireland”