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14th hole Arbroath Golf Course The golf course of Arbroath’s Artisans’ Golf Club is a typical links course, quite flat with subtle undulations for its entire length. Seven holes go straight out on the inside of the course, three cut back and the rest follow the main East Coast railway line separating the fairways from the beach. It is also a very open golf course, with any wind coming off the water or from the west influencing play considerably.

14th hole Arbroath Golf Course The golf course of Arbroath’s Artisans’ Golf Club is a typical links course, quite flat with subtle undulations for its entire length. Seven holes go straight out on the inside of the course, three cut back and the rest follow the main East Coast railway line separating the fairways from the beach. It is also a very open golf course, with any wind coming off the water or from the west influencing play considerably.

Scotscraig golf course, the 13th oldest golf club in the world, is used as an Open final qualifying course when the Open is played at St Andrews. Although close to the sea, there is something of a heathland nature to Scotscraig with more trees in evidence than on most links golf courses.

Scotscraig golf course, the 13th oldest golf club in the world, is used as an Open final qualifying course when the Open is played at St Andrews. Although close to the sea, there is something of a heathland nature to Scotscraig with more trees in evidence than on most links golf courses.

The Glenisla golf course follows the natural flow of the terrain and there is plenty of challenge for the strongest players. The 2nd, aptly named “The Whale”, can cause your game to flounder at the opening stages especially if the wind is in your face. It is a 588-yard leviathan off the back tees and each firm blow will have to negotiate well-positioned sand and deep rough on both sides of the course.

The Glenisla golf course follows the natural flow of the terrain and there is plenty of challenge for the strongest players. The 2nd, aptly named “The Whale”, can cause your game to flounder at the opening stages especially if the wind is in your face. It is a 588-yard leviathan off the back tees and each firm blow will have to negotiate well-positioned sand and deep rough on both sides of the course.

Carnoustie Buddon Golf Course - Carnoustie Buddon links, established in 1981, is a scenic course, ideal for mid-to-high handicappers, although it’s greatly improved design and condition over recent years makes it a fine and most enjoyable test for any player.

Carnoustie Buddon Golf Course - Carnoustie Buddon links, established in is a scenic course, ideal for mid-to-high handicappers, although it’s greatly improved design and condition over recent years makes it a fine and most enjoyable test for any player.

Strathmore Rannaleroch golf course offers challenging golf, picturesque scenery and a warm welcome to all visitors. As a pay-and-play facility, it ensures visitors have good access every day of the week.

Strathmore Rannaleroch golf course offers challenging golf, picturesque scenery and a warm welcome to all visitors. As a pay-and-play facility, it ensures visitors have good access every day of the week.

Blairgowrie Lansdowne 18th Hole The Lansdowne golf course is seen as the “second” course for golfing in Blairgowrie, yet it now has the reputation of being the superior when it comes to competitions and for those seeking a demanding test of their golfing skills.

Blairgowrie Lansdowne 18th Hole The Lansdowne golf course is seen as the “second” course for golfing in Blairgowrie, yet it now has the reputation of being the superior when it comes to competitions and for those seeking a demanding test of their golfing skills.

Parkstone, one of the best known and finest courses on the South Coast and Parkstone is now ranked 91 in the Top 100 golf courses in the British Isles by Golf Monthly Magazine.

Parkstone, one of the best known and finest courses on the South Coast and Parkstone is now ranked 91 in the Top 100 golf courses in the British Isles by Golf Monthly Magazine.

Piperdam golf course is a pleasant parkland course with views across to the Grampian hills and south as far as St Andrews Bay. From the 6th tee, the highest point on the course, you can see down the River Tay.

Piperdam golf course is a pleasant parkland course with views across to the Grampian hills and south as far as St Andrews Bay. From the tee, the highest point on the course, you can see down the River Tay.

Edzell Golf Club at the foothills of the Angus Glens is easily accessible and within an hour’s drive from St Andrews or Aberdeen. The course plays over a varying parkland/heathland terrain with many mature trees lining the fairways.

Edzell Golf Club at the foothills of the Angus Glens is easily accessible and within an hour’s drive from St Andrews or Aberdeen. The course plays over a varying parkland/heathland terrain with many mature trees lining the fairways.

Caird Park golf course is one of Dundee’s three municipal golf courses and has long been popular with locals. The course presents a variety of challenges over an easy-walking terrain. Trees and rough grass help to tighten the course considerably, especially on the first half.

Caird Park golf course is one of Dundee’s three municipal golf courses and has long been popular with locals. The course presents a variety of challenges over an easy-walking terrain. Trees and rough grass help to tighten the course considerably, especially on the first half.

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