Spas and Pars at Archerfield Links

Archerfield Links in East Lothian, Scotland, has opened a new rustic spa and luxury members’ lodges at its 36-hole golf resort near North Berwick. The Fletcher’s Cottage Spa has a rustic theme with a thermal area, including marine steam room, rasul mud cure, private bath huts and a salt room using healing Himalayan salt bricks. …

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World’s fifth oldest golf club bunkered by travellers

Montrose Links - 450 years old in 2012

Celebrations to mark the 450th anniversary of a famous Scottish Links course were threatened after illegal travellers made camp next to the golf course this week. Montrose Golf Club in Angus, North East Scotland, is the world’s fifth oldest golf club and dates back to 1562. Six caravans appeared on the boundaries of the golf …

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Drams and Pro-ams: Golf Scotland’s Highlands

18th hole at Castle Stuart Golf LInks Inverness

Scotland is famous worldwide for Whisky and Golf. Global Golfer’s Scotland Editor Thomas Marr reveals his guide to playing Scotland’s best golf courses for less by entering Pro-am’s and Open Competitions. Scotland is the “Home of the Golf,” and a place of pilgrimage for international golfers wishing to fulfill a life long ambition of teeing …

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Crags and Flags – Cullen Golf Club

Cullen Golf Club

Amongst sleepy fishing villages in the far north eastern tip of Scotland is a course like no other… Cullen in Banffshire- at just 4597-yards and par 63 – is the epitome of quirkiness. Only an hour’s drive from famed championship links like Cruden Bay and Royal Aberdeen, you may laugh at the prospect of playing …

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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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