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Looking for Golf Courses and Clubs in Scotland ?

Thursday, 06 October 2022

Be shure to check out this page, there are a lot of links to golf courses and golf clubs in Scotland. Who knows, maybe you will find a course that you didnt know existed nearby your home.

It may not always be easy to find all the golf courses and golf clubs of Scotland on the web, but on Golfnuggets we want to list as many as possible of them and here are courses and clubs for any taste.

If you know a golf course or golf club that you want us to add to our Scotland list, please tell us.

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Scotland - Golf Course and Club list

  • The Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Scotland  - Storied history since 1616 and was partially designed by Old Tome Morris. History, photos, hole descriptions and visitor information is featured.
  • St Andrews Links  - Home of the Old Course and the rich history of the game which has evolved over 600 years. Royal and Ancient Golf Club, history, course listings and ballot results are featured.
  • Alva Golf Club - Situated at the foot of the Ochil Hills in Central Scotland. Home of Golf to the small village of Alva for over 100 years.
  • Alyth - Strathmore Golf Centre - Located near Alyth in the Heart of Scotland. The generous greens are great targets, but their undulations make holing out a greater challenge than you might expect.
  • Alyth Golf Club - An Old Tom Morris and James Braid design. With over 100 years of Scottish golfing history.
  • Ardeer Golf Club - Ardeer Golf club is situated in the South West of Scotland. It`s an 18 Hole parkland course featured in "Bunkered" magazine issue 25.
  • Braehead Golf Club Scotland - Situated in the Wee County of Clackmannanshire. History, scorecard and news are listed.
  • Bridgend Golf Club - A 9 hole golf course situated 10 miles west of Edinburgh in West Lothian.
  • Brighouse Bay Golf Club - All year round golf on 18 hole course in Southwest Scotland, accommodation available.
  • Brora Golf Club - Represents all the attributes of a traditional Scottish Highland links, with a classic layout.
  • Brora Golf Club - Scotland - 18 hole links golf course set in the North Highlands of Scotland. A challenging course, designed by James Braid, which will ensure that you use every club in the bag.
  • Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society - The traditions of the Society date back to 1761 when the members played over Bruntsfield Links in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle. Scorecard, rates and contact are listed.
  • Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle - A private network of golf clubs around the world. Its base is at Andrew Carnegie's former estate in Scotland.
  • Carnoustie Golf Links - Carnoustie, home to the 128th British Open. This famous Scottish Links with its history of bringing even the greatest players to their knees.
  • Cawder Golf Club - Enjoy one of the finest and most challenging courses in the West of Scotland.
  • Cochrane Castle Golf Club - Visitors welcome at Cochrane Castle golf course in Scotland, overlooking the Clyde on the outskirts of Johnstone.
  • Craigielaw Golf Club - Challenging new links course in Aberlady, East Lothian - Yardage 6601, Par 71 Visitors Welcome
  • Crieff Golf Club - Old Tom Morris carved out Crieff on the southern edge of the Scottish Highlands. History, competitions and fees are listed.
  • Cruden Bay Golf Club - Club website with information about this great Scottish links course, its history, open competitions, members' page and lots of photographs.
  • Deeside Golf Club - Information on Deeside Golf Club near Aberdeen, Scotland.
  • Dullatur Golf Club (Official Web Site) - A new clubhouse with superb facilities overlooks two 18 golf courses. The newer Antonine course and the more established Carrickstone course. Good golfing challenge to be had on both courses
  • Dunblane New Golf Club - Members-owned, situated in the central belt of Scotland.
  • Earlston Golf Club - Golf Club in the Scottish Borders, also creaters of the first golf course on the Moon.
  • Eastwood Golf Club - Contains vivid description of 18 hole course near Glasgow.
  • Elderslie Golf Club - Scotland - A parkland course 6175 yards long 18 hole par 70. visitors welcome
  • Elgin Golf Club - Complete course guide featuring a Full Virtual Reality Tour of the entire course along with statistics, hole descriptions and tips from the Pro.
  • Falkirk Golf Club - 18 hole Scottish golf course situated to the north of Camelon 1 .5 miles from Falkirk Town Centre.
  • Fereneze Golf Club - Based in Barrhead, Glasgow, Scotland. Contains news, competition dates and results, course photographs, and related links.
  • Glasgow Golf Club Gailes - A beautiful links golf course set in the heart of Irvine, Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland.
  • Gleddoch House Hotel and Country Estate - Luxury Hotel set in a 360 acre estate, including a golf course, yet located 10 minutes from Glasgow airport.
  • Golf at Kirkcudbright - Located in the ancient Scottish Burgh of Kirkcudbright situated on the River Dee on the Solway coast of Scotland.
  • Gourock Golf Club - Established in 1896, a Moorland course situated above the town of Gourock with views over the River Clyde and Argyllshire Hills. History, competitions and rates are listed.
  • Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club - Willie Park designed course formed in 1890 and is situated in Strathspey set in the Cairngorms mountains of Morayshire. History, competitions and honours are listed.
  • Gullane Golf Club - Scotland - Home to three world-class championship links courses with dramatic views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh and Fife.
  • Haddington Golf Club - A parkland golf course in Haddington.
  • Highland Golf - Traditional links golf, the Highlands of Scotland provides some of the best championship golf courses in the country, to suit every budget and every ability.
  • Innerleithen Golf Club - A 9 hole course north of Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders.
  • Inverurie Golf Club, Aberdeenshire - Inverurie Golf Club is an 18 hole par 69 parkland course with a varied layout providing an enjoyable challenge to all golfers. A number of Open Competitions are organised during the season and visitors are welcome.
  • Isle of Skye Golf Club - The official website of the Isle of Skye Golf Club, a seaside golf course in the West Highlands of Scotland with panoramic views.
  • Kingsbarns Golf Links - Scotland - Kyle Phillips designed award winning course in St. Andrews. Scorecard, photography and relationship with the Royal and Ancient is listed.
  • Kingussie Golf Club - Superb 18 hole golf course in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland. Hill type and very scenic Kingussie Golf Club is suitable for all standards of player.
  • Lagganmore Hotel and Golf Club - The Golf Course is created from a beautiful natural landscape and enjoys outstanding views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Langholm Golf Club - Scotland - Information on playing, costs, fees and special offers for gent and lady golfers. Competition details, and important dates.
  • Linlithgow Golf Club Home Page - Home page with details on our course and clubhouse and how you can come and visit us to play Linlithgow. Also has online enquiry form for visting parties.
  • Loch Ness Golf Course - Loch Ness Golf Course is part of Fairways Leisure, a sports complex that majors on Golf. With an 18 hole par 73 parkland course and a 20 bay covered and floodlit driving range, it is the premier golf centre in the Highlands of Scotland.
  • Lochgilphead Golf Course Argyll Scotland - Nine hole course set in the hills of Mid Argyll on the west coast. Layout, rates and gallery are listed.
  • Lochwinnoch Golf Club - Beautiful parklands course, situated near to the west coast of Scotland. Site contains views and contact information. Visitors are welcome and details and directions are included.
  • Lundin Golf Club - Situated in the East Neuk of Fife, midway between Muirfield and St.Andrews as the crow flies.
  • Machrihanish Golf Club, Scotland - World famous natural Links Course set on the west coast of Scotland, a challenge for every golfer.
  • McDonald Golf Club Ellon - Located Ellon, Aberdeenshire. An eighteen hole, par 70 inland course, set in mature woodlands, providing a fair challenge for all levels of golfer.
  • Millport Golf Club - Situated on the Isle of Cumbrae, Millport is a challenging golf course with outstanding scenery.
  • Mouse Valley Golf Club - Affiliate course with the Kames Country Club is located in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Rates, membership and contacts are listed.
  • Muckhart Golf Club - Muckhart Golf Club is a charming 27 hole parkland golf course open to visitors set amidst the beautiful Ochil Hills in Central Scotland, close to the town of Dollar.
  • Musselburgh Links, The Old Golf Course - History - Musselburgh Old Links Golf Course - The Oldest Golf Course in the World.
  • Nairn Golf Club - Traditional Scottish Links Course situated in the Highlands of Scotland near Inverness. It was home to the Walker Cup in 1999.
  • New Galloway Golf Club - Scotland - The course is a jewel among rural 9 Hole courses in the Galloway Hills of South West Scotland. The superb greens are much admired. Many visitors are welcomed.
  • Newmachar Golf Course and Shop - Two eighteen hole golf courses, extensive practice facilities, and a full complement of P.G.A. Professionals. Located near Aberdeen.
  • Newtonmore Golf Club - The Definitive Guide - Parkland course in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
  • Niddry Castle Golf Club - A testing 9-hole (18 holes in 2003) course set in lovely parkland alongside an historic castle in Winchburgh, West Lothian.
  • North Berwick Golf Club - Official website of the North Berwick Golf Club.
  • Oldmeldrum Golf Club - Oldmeldrum Golf Club is an open parkland course located 15 miles north of Aberdeen. Diary, rates and entry forms are listed.
  • Peterculter Golf Club - Eighteen hole course situated on the River Dee. They offer competitive green fees, open competitions, corporate memberships, golfing lessons and a well stocked pro golf shop. Visitors, societies and corporate outings are all welcome.
  • Port Bannatyne Golf Club - Scotland - Port Bannatyne Golf Club, located on the beautiful and historic Isle of Bute, Scotland. Founded in 1912, the Port Bannatyne Golf Club can claim to be amongst the most scenic courses in Scotland.
  • Portpatrick Golf Club - Our 18 hole Dunskey Course and 9 hole Dinvin Course is located in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland.
  • Powfoot Golf Club - James Braid designed course at the beginning of the 20th Century. History, scorecard and fees are listed.
  • Prestwick St. Cuthbert Golf Club - Pleasant parkland course situated only minutes from Prestwick GC, Royal Troon and Turnberry on the Ayrshire's west coast.
  • Reay Golf Club - Challenging par 69, 18 hole golf course near Thurso.
  • Renfrew Golf Club - Visitors are welcome at this Scottish parkland 18-hole course, overlooking the Firth of Clyde near Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Romsey Golf Club - A members club that offers 18 holes of excellent golf to all that visit.
  • Rothes Golf Club - 9 hole golf course located in the beautiful Spey Valley in Moray, Scotland. A test of any golfer's skill within the friendliest of environments.
  • The Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh - Scotish club established in 1735. Includes history, course and clubhouse information, dress code policy, membership information, and visitors greens fees.
  • Royal Tarlair Golf Club - Scotland - An 18 hole clifftop course in the North East of Scotland overlooking the Moray Firth - exclusive international membership for golfers living outside the United Kingdom.
  • Saline Golf Club, Kinneddar Hill - Saline is an excellent 9-hole course laid out over a south-facing hillside with tremendous views over the Forth Bridges, the rolling hills of the Lothian's, Stirling and the Ochil Hills.
  • Scotland golf courses: Monifieth Golf Links by Carnoustie - Carnoustie Open Championship qualifing golf course. Visitors always welcome to the golf clubs at Monifieth Golf Links, with a choice two golf courses.
  • Scottish Golf History - History and current details of oldest golfing locations in Scotland and oldest golf clubs and societies.
  • Skelmorlie Golf Course, Ayrshire, Scotland - 18 hole moorland course with magnificent views over the Firth of Clyde.
  • St - Site dedicated to St Andrews. Events calendar; details of the course; where to stay plus many news archives.
  • St Michaels Golf Club - A relatively short course by modern standards, St Michaels challenges are made obvious by the fact that the course record is 67, a mere 3 under par. 4 Miles from the Golfing Mecca of St Andrews on the A919 Dundee to St Andrews road.
  • Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club - Strathpeffer is a hilly and scenic inland golf course situated 20 miles north of Inverness in the Highlands, Scotland. Everyone is welcome whatever their standard. Friendly and informal.
  • Stromness Golf Club - Includes club news, fixture lists, details on competition winners, a full handicap list of the Juniors and Men, course map, tee times, fees, photos, and club history.
  • Tain Golf Club - Tain Golf Club - Overlooking Dornoch Firth this club arguably offers one of the best settings in the Highlands of Scotland.
  • Taymouth Castle Golf Course - An 18 hole parkland course in stunning setting and packed with history.
  • Torphin Hill Golf Club - Local amenity in Colinton Edinburgh. Torphin Hill Golf Course facilities and contacts.
  • Traigh Golf Course - "Probably the most beautifully sited nine hole golf course in the world" - The Scotsman newspaper. Located in West Highlands of Scotland near Mallaig.
  • Tulliallan Golf Club - Alloa Road, Kincardine. Inland 18 hole 5459 metres par 69 course.
  • Turnhouse Golf Club - Scotland - A James Braid designed parkland Golf Course, on the west of Edinburgh. International memberships, layout and history are listed.
  • Ullapool Golf Club - 9 hole picturesque and challenging course in Ullapool, North West Highlands of Scotland. Visitors welcome. Overseas membership available.Club and Trolley Hire. Groups welcome. New Clubhouse. Take a virtual tour of the holes!
  • Woll Golf Club - Details of the Woll Golf Club, Competitions, Results, Course Details. Location Scotland, Scottish Borders



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