Scotland Feature Stories

Crail Golfing Society - Balcomie Links

Scotland's off-the-beaten-path courses offer great golf, a sense of history

Most of the 500-plus courses in Scotland comfortably qualify as "old" and most are comparatively obscure, and so finding a few that are both presented no problem for veteran golf scribe Clive Agran. Selecting the best, however, demanded so much intellectual effort that a second glass of whisky was required.
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Crail Golfing Society - Balcomie Links

Golf travel to Scotland: Five easy-swinging, affordable courses to play on arrival day

The last thing any North American should do upon a morning arrival in the U.K. is take a nap -- it could throw off your sleep schedule for days. The best way to stay busy and refreshed is to set up an afternoon tee time on a short, unsung golf course. Brandon Tucker offers up some suggestions, including Crail, the Kintyre Course at Turnberry, the Queen's Course at Gleneagles, and more.
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Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

Scotland Beyond St. Andrews: Aberdeenshire's famous for its cattle and quality golf courses

Golfers the world over know St. Andrews is where the game began. But there's much more to Scotland than simply St Andrews, however. Clive Agran continues his "Scotland Beyond St. Andrews" series with a look at golf in Aberdeenshire, including Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Murcar Links and Cruden Bay G.C.
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