Reader Review: Queen’s Course, Gleneagles

Queen's Course Gleneagles

Paul Atkinson of Newcastle Upon Tyne, reviews the Queen’s Course at Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland Following an early morning outing on the King’s Course I wanted to settle the score on the small, cuter and equally impressive Queen’s course. Right behind the clubhouse the first tee awaits with a sweeping dogleg stretching away in front of …

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Reader Review: Gleneagles King’s Course

The King's Course at Gleneagles

Four handicapper Paul Atkinson, from Newcastle Upon Tyne, reviews the King’s Course at Gleneagles. Gleneagles estate comes at you from out of the blue. Drive through the ordinary Perthshire village of Auchterarder and around half a mile further you reach an oasis of calm. Gleneagles Estate is one of the great places to play golf …

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Northern Lights: Golf in North East England

North East England borders Scotland, the “Home of Golf,” and it’s no surprise that many golfers pass through rather than tee up. Global Golfer discovered lots of reasons for golfers to stay awhile… £50m Rockcliffe Hall is golf’s Angel of the North Play the hardest 9th hole in golf Close House & Lee Westwood – …

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Yorkshire Tees

Yorkshire is England’s largest county and a former industrial powerhouse. The county produced wool, steel, coal and textiles and with the mills and mines came wealthy men and golf courses for them to play on. Here’s our guide to a golf break in “God’s own county.” Harrogate – home of Betty’s tea shop and plenty …

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