Featured Scotland Golf Courses
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Elie is one of the most highly regarded courses in Scotland and the historic links terrain effortlessly combines undulating fairways with large, fast and firm greens.
It also has some sensational views for golfers to enjoy and these play an important part in creating what is one of the most wonderful golfing experiences not just in Fife, but also in Scotland.
Through a longstanding contract with St. Andrews Links Trust, The Experience St Andrews guarantees tee-off times on the Old Course, allowing golfers to make bookings months in advance with the security of consecutive start times.
Itineraries may be customized to meet the exact requirements of your group depending on the number of nights and rounds required.
Other than Pebble Beach, there are few world-class courses able to offer such an expanse of beach and water frontage as that we have been blessed with at Dumbarnie Links. Of the 34,000 golf courses currently in play around the world, only 246 of them are authentic links courses. Of these, only around 40 are internationally recognized 5 Star links, and yet over thirty of these appear in The World's Top 100 Golf Courses. The most famous is the Old Course at St Andrews on the shores of Fife, on the east coast of Scotland. Premier links are very rare and have great cachet.
With its magnificent panoramic views over the Firth of Forth, Charleton has been in the St.Clair family for over 300 years.
Surrounded to the north, west and east by mature woodland and overlooking the golf course to the south, was built by William Adam in the 1740s with further extensions made by William Burn in 1833 and Sir Robert Lorimer in 1905.
The only Scottish Heathland venue in the 'Home of Golf'.
The natural heathland setting amongst established trees, gorse and heather forms a unique golf experience. First laid out in 1995, the panoramic views over the town of St. Andrews and the Bay beyond are stunning. The thrill of the tactical design of risk-and-reward golf is subtly threaded through 18 holes to suit every level of player.