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Hosted 8 Open Championships, on PGA and European Tours. As well as 19 Alfred Dunhill Links Championships on the European Tour, alongside St. Andrews and Kingsbarns, located in Angus and Fife.
Hosted 21 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship events, annually on the European Tour alongside St. Andrews and Carnoustie. The Links has long been known for its intimate connection with the sea.
Hosted the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, on the European Tour. As well as the Walker Cup, located in Aberdeen it was founded in 1780, making it is the sixth oldest golf club in the world.
Royal Fife Links is over 100 years old, offering a thorough examination of golfing ability. The links is enhanced by panoramic scenery, including fantastic views over the St Andrews University Town.
One of Scotland's more beautiful golf courses, a fairly short course for a Par 68. This is due to the narrow approaches to the tight greens, which make this a very challenging course for all players.
Hosted 4 Open Championships on the European and PGA Tours. As well as 7 Senior Opens and a Walker Cup. This is where Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson fought out their famous 'Duel in the Sun' in 1977.
Hosted 4 AAM Scottish Opens on the European Tour. Castle Stuart has been conceived to be for the Highlands - a beacon reaching out to golfers throughout the world, who travel far and wide to play.
Hosted 15 Barclays Scottish Open Tournaments annually on the European Tour. Located close to Glasgow on the shore of Loch Lomond, the clubhouse is the site of Rossdhu Castle, designed by Tom Weiskopf.
Hosted the Ryder Cup between Europe and the US, the Solheim Cup and 15 Johnnie Walker Championships. This modern course has a great mixture of long holes, deep bunkers and quick greens.
A traditional Scottish parkland layout with lush fairways, huge bunkers and large contoured greens. Giving this course a spectacular experience for golfers, the views are truly amazing.
Hosted 28 Open Championships on the European and PGA Tours, as well as 19 annual Alfred Dunhill Links Championships. This course is over 500 years old and one of the first courses in existence.
Hosted 4 Amateur Championships, Royal Dornoch was formed in 1877 becoming Royal in 1906, courtesy of King Edward VII. Ostensibly the course itself is pretty straight forward, it's an out-and-back layout.
Hosted 24 Open Championship Tournaments the first being in 1860. The first 11 Open Championships for the red Morocco Belt with silver clasps. This links was designed by Old Tom Morris, in 1851.
Hosted 16 Open Championships and a Ryder Cup on the European and PGA Tours. As well as 10 Amateur Championships, 2 Walker Cups and a Curtis Cup. Tough links located just outside the city of Edinburgh.
A typical out-and-back seaside Links layout, with many features such as undulating fairways, hidden greens, thick gorse, and testing winds, beside the North Sea.
Hosted 9 Open Championship Tournaments on the European and PGA Tours. Located on the western edge of the central Scottish plains, near Glasgow. Established in 1878, redesigned by James Braid.