• History of Golf on the Scottish Links

    Scotland is known as The Home of Golf.

    The Scots developed the game from its humble beginnings as a ball and stick game played in the 1600's to the introduction of the first set of rules in 1744...

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  • Golf Staycations off the beaten track

    Here are 3 regions that fly under the radar yet deliver a true Scottish links experience for UK staycationers:

    1) The Kintyre Peninsula

    2) East Neuk of Fife

    3) Moray and Speyside

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  • Top Courses never to stage The Open

    Many of the United Kingdom's links golf courses are worthy of hosting an Open Championship for the first time.

    However, would they tick enough of The R&A's boxes. Let's take a look at several...

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  • 7 most exciting holes in Open Championship Golf

    The Postage Stamp at Royal Troon Golf Club is such a demanding yet fun Par 3 at only 123 Yards.

    It is one of the most memorable holes in Open Championship golf. Here are a few more highlighted...

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  • How to play The Old Course, St Andrews

    The first question asked by many golf tourists planning their trip to Scotland is, “How do we get a tee time on the Old Course?”

    The good news is anyone with a suitable handicap of...

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  • THE HIGHLANDS - Destination Profile

    Author: Callum Taylor, Managing Director, Golf Concierge Scotland Ltd, Edinburgh. In the far north of Scotland, The Highlands is Scotland’s picture postcard region, offering stunning outdoor leisure...
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  • ABERDEENSHIRE - Destination Profile

    The quality of golf in Aberdeenshire is outstanding, world class links courses, undiscovered local courses, high sand dunes, golden beaches and even views of Slains Castle when playing Cruden Bay, the...

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  • PERTHSHIRE - Destination Profile

    Known as the Heart of Scotland, Perthshire is typified by its breathtaking scenery of munros, glens, lochs, pine forests and one of Scotland’s finest salmon and trout rivers, The Tay.

    However, Perthshire...

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  • AYRSHIRE - Destination Profile

    In the South West of Scotland, just 30 minutes from Glasgow, you will find a cluster of the leading and most historic links golf courses in the world.

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  • INLAND GOLF IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND

    Famous for links courses, the shores of Great Britain and Ireland also have some of the world’s highest ranked inland layouts. These courses can be fairer tests and more playable for the everyday...

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