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The Golf Lover's Guide to Scotland (Kindle)

Scotland Sport White Owl Travel

By Michael Whitehead
Imprint: White Owl
Series: City Guides
File Size: 101.6 MB (.mobi)
Pages: 176
ISBN: 9781526733795
eBook Released: 15th August 2019

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Every golf course around the globe has one thing in common – they are all unique. No two courses are ever the same. Golf is the only major sport that offers a different experience wherever you go.

Universally regarded as the birthplace of the modern game, Scotland can boast some of the finest courses in the world. Royal Troon, Turnberry and the fabled Old Course, St Andrews to name just a few. These are the courses all keen golfers would wish to play given the opportunity.

This guide offers a golfer everything they would require to enjoy a great round of golf at the best courses Scotland has to offer. You will find all the essential information you need here - par scores, yardage, prices, booking procedure, history and how best to play the course.

There’s plenty of practical information for the golfer of course, par information and golfing type hazards on each course, but there is also historical information about each course that caught my interest. All along with lovely photos to tempt both the golfers and those just along to enjoy the scenery.

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About Michael Whitehead

Like most modest handicappers, golf and Michael Whitehead has shared an unrequited love affair since he was a young man. He loves playing it, watching it and writing about it.


As a freelance writer since 2012, Michael has contributed a number of articles for both national and regional publications covering a range of topics - technology, travel, sport, business/economics and social media.

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