Scotland Golf Course Reviews

Nairn G.C. - clubhouse

Nairn Golf Club: Legendary Highland course, mythical aura

For Americans looking to explore Scotland's unrivaled links golf, the Championship Course at Nairn Golf Club is your play. It boasts a history that stretches back to 1887, and it is a quintessential example of linksland golf. Visitors can revel in the history and aura of the course, tracing the footfalls of Old Tom Morris as they go, savoring the occasional magical shot.
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Trump International Golf Links Scotland - 14th

The Donald dials down garish instincts at impressive new Trump International Golf Links Scotland

Trump International Golf Links Scotland is everything it has been billed to be -- or nearly so, anyway. It is the dunes that are larger than life, not the namesake owner. The course fills your senses with visual magnificence, and, at times, it can inspire unvarnished awe. But it will take some time -- some more growth and some experience in more varied weather -- to fully understand where and how the course holds up, lies down and bats around players of all skill levels.
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Brora Golf Club - 14th hole

Brora will blow you away

Largely unprotected by dunes or native growth, Brora Golf Club, like so many Scottish links, is a gale waiting to happen. But on a clear day, the opening drive is straight north against a sapphire blue sea, and the turf is vivid green. Even the purple hillsides are unexpectedly bright. Brora is golf at its most elemental. You half-way expect to be hauled away for playing "gowf" instead of practicing your arrows.
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