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    Peebles

    Peebles Golf Club is considered to be one of the jewels of the Scottish Borders and one of the best courses in Southeast Scotland. The Peebles golf course was designed by the legendary James Braid in 1892 and is a hilly parkland course overlooking the River Tweed and was considerably modified by HS Colt in 1934. The course lies in the shade of the rolling Border hills and the Tweed valley ...

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    Taymouth Castle

    Taymouth Castle Golf Course in Perthshire Scotland is part of a privately owned estate where visitors can fish, play golf and live in the estate cottages. The Taymouth Estate was sold in 1921 and the castle was converted into a hotel. James Braid was commissioned to create a course for the guests and the result was a magnificent parkland course, surrounded by hills, mountains, rivers and streams.

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    Blairgowrie

    Nestling at the foot of the Grampian Mountains of Scotland is a premier inland golfing venue, Blairgowrie. The three courses available at the Blairgowrie Golf Club, namely the Rosemount, Lansdowne and the delightful nine holed Wee Course are in excellent condition and are ideal for an enjoyable game of golf with no unusual difficulties.

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    Alyth

    Alyth Golf Course comes with an awe inspiring pedigree of creators – reason enough to want to play here. Established in 1894, this 6,259 yard par 70 parkland/heathland layout was originally a nine-hole course that had been designed by the old master of the game, Old Tom Morris. The final extensions were completed in 1934 under the supervision of that other legend, James Braid. There have ...

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    Royal Aberdeen

    Your dream of playing in a pioneering golf course will come true when you tee off at the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club. Founded as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen in 1780, it is the 6th oldest golf course in the world. The Aberdeen Golf Club was built in 1815 and it was awarded the title Royal in 1903.

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    Gleneagles

    Three championship golf courses and more await you at Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland. They are part of the Gleneagles Golf Resort, the brainchild of Donald Matheson, General Manager of the Caledonian Railway Company over seventy-five years ago. He visualized a luxury hotel accessed by their trains with golf as a vacation attraction.

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    Carnoustie

    What can one say about the Carnoustie Golf Course? That the course may be a beauty, and certainly is a beast? That this is how golf was meant to be played? One can say all that and more - but best of all Carnoustie offers a challenge to golfers of all levels.

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    Boat Of Garten

    The whistle of the steam engine resounds through the dense silver birch forests adding a touch of nostalgia as you play. The western boundary of the Boat of Garten Golf and Tennis Club is adjoining the tracks of the Strathspey Steam Railway, well loved by vacationers. Popularly called “the Gleneagles of the North,” the delightful Boat of Garten Club is one of the most scenic in Scotland.

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    Lundin Golf Club

    Lundin Links has been created out of half an old Tom Morris course. It lies ten miles south of St. Andrews on the East Neuk of Fife, overlooking the Firth of Forth. Lundin Golf Club was founded in 1868 and in the early days used to share its 18-hole golf course with the neighboring Leven Links Club. This course is now known as The Old. Lundin Golf Club was located on the east side of the ...

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    Scotscraig

    Scotscraig is the thirteenth oldest golf club in the world and closely connected to the legendary St Andrews of Scotland in many ways. It was founded in1817 by the St Andrews Society of Golfers which was later known as the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. Scotscraig is located in Tayport, Fife and is only 15minutes from the famous Old Course at St Andrews. Even the lands of the Scotscraig Golf ...