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Fun Golf Vacations In Scotland – 3 Top Locations


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Maybe you are looking to Europe for your next golf vacation. Scotland offers many world class golf courses – some that are widely publicized and some that are tucked away in its corners waiting to be discovered by the tourist. Scotland offers golf options to suit any kind of budget, so that is definitely good news to people who do not have a million dollars to spend on a recreational activity.

A few reviews:

1. Aberdeen

This place is home to nine different and unique golf clubs, and people seem to favor the moderately priced Auchmill Golf Club. Originally made as a nine-hole course, this was later converted to the eighteen-hole variety. You have a wonderful view of the city as well as the airport from here. This course can challenge even the most skilled players, and that is why so many people love coming here.

The royal Aberdeen course is one where they have long waiting list of people wishing to enlist as members, and is one of the most ancient golf clubs in the world. Locals as well as tourists seem to favor this club, but it’s not that easy to get in here! The club is definitely for the elite, and needless to say it is well looked after.

2. Ayr

There are only two golf clubs in this area of Scotland - the Belleisle and the Dalmilling , but they make it worth the visit. The Belleisle Club is among the top golf courses open to the public in today’s world. Keep Ayr as an option when you are looking to play gof in Scotland, since both courses are worth the visit.

3. St Andrews
This course (the Edens) was initiated in 1914 and is popularly known as one of the toughest courses in the world. So aim for this if you are an experienced golfer and wish to push your golf skills to the limit.

Th Balgove course is another in the vicinity which is alright for beginners to play at. It is not very large and that is why it is best suited to young players and beginners. The Jubilee course on the other hand will provide some challenges for the slightly advanced player. It used to be a beginners’ course earlier, but since its redesign phase it is one of the toughest courses you will ever. So if you wish to test your skills, maybe the Jubilee is your best bet.

As is evident from this article, there is something for every skill level of golf player in Scotland. No wonder it is popular as a golf vacation destination with travelers from abroad and different parts of the United Kingdom. Many of the courses and clubs have a fantastic history you may like to look up.

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