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Balcomie, Crail. Golfing legend Old Tom Morris laid out the original nine holes at Balcomie in 1895 and in 1998 a second course, Craighead Links, was opened for play, providing a worthy alternative to its famous and historic neighbour.

Lundin Links.
Voted among the top links courses in Britain by the Golf Monthly magazine, members and staff at Lundin also take great pride in ensuring the many visitors and guests enjoy their magnificent links and renowned hospitality.

Leven Links. A true sea-side course - the editior of Golf Monthly described the older part of the Leven Links as 'being one of the best stands of Bent and Fescues in Scotland'. Originally Leven was a 9 hole course, maintained by the players themselves and their families (a paid Keeper of the Green did not appear at Leven until 1876).

Golf Links ScotlandScottish Golf Links: A Photographer's Journey Along the rugged eastern coast, from St. Andrews up to Montrose and Cruden Bay and Royal Aberdeen, "from heather, whin and sand, to points north," to Nairn and Dornoch. Then to the west coast, to Prestwick and Troon. It's not only the courses themselves that Lowe illuminates along the way, but the winding roads, the ancient villages, the farms and whiskey distilleries, and the people who call this land their home as well.

A Wee Nip at the 19th Hole For over 200 years caddies have been walking around St Andrews, the most famous piece of golfing land in the world, advising players of vastly different abilities not only on which club to take but also on the type of shot required and, most importantly on the Old Course, exactly the line on which to play. Richard Mackenzie reminds us how caddies first came to St Andrews, the way in which they have added so much to the folklore of the links and the great contribution which they have made and continue to make to the game of golf for those who visit "The Home of Golf".

Final Rounds: A Father, a Son, the Golf... journey of a Lifetime An autobiographical title which examines the relationship between a father and son as it has been forged through shared golf over a lifetime. The book tells of the author's last trip with his terminally ill father to the Scottish links of St Andrews and Muirfield where he discovers the meaning of family against a background of golf lore and legend.

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