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Scottish Football

The national football team of Scotland has played international football longer than any other nation in the world along with England. Scotland competed against England in the world's first international football match at the West of Scotland Cricket Club, Patrick, in 1872; the match ended 0-0. More...

Fishing in Scotland

Scotland has over six thousand lochs, ranging from small hill lochs offering wild brown trout fishing to some of the largest freshwater bodies in the UK with perch, artic char, ferrox trout, sea trout, brown trout, grayling, pike, salmon and chubb. More...

Golf in Scotland

Scotland has over 540 golf courses to choose from including world famous
championship golf courses such as The Old Course St Andrews, Royal Troon,
Carnoustie, Muirfield, Turnberry and Gleneagles. There are also the world-renowned
historic Golf Clubs, such as Blairgowrie Rosemount, Cruden Bay, Southerness,
Royal Musselburgh, Western Gailes, Tain and Ladybank. New Scottish golf
courses such as Kingsbarns, St Andrews Bay Torrance and Devlin courses and
The Roxburghe in the Scottish Borders that are firmly part of the ‘must play’
circuit. And many more classic links, parkland and heathland golf courses
that welcome visiting golfers everyday of the year. More…

Scottish Sport Heroes

Alex Cameron was the monster of sports journalism. Alex was the chief
sport editor and the chief sports writer of the daily Record as well as
for the Scottish Daily Mail. He covered numerous sports events, such as
seven World Cup Finals, seven Olympic Games, four athletic championships,
seven Commonwealth Games, and two world boxing championships. He was loved
by his colleagues and co-workers who called him “Candid” or “Chiefy”. The
warmth of Alex’s affection was revealed at his funeral in 2003 which was
attended by hundreds. More…