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7.6
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Joué le: 25 May 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 16.9
Cardrona Course

Beautiful setting in the Tweed Valley. Some nice golf holes but some distance between green and tee.

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6.6
ro
Joué le: 25 May 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 16.9

Nice setting but greens in very poor condition.

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6.2
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asgow
Bronze
Joué le: 6 April 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 14.0
Silverknowes Course

Course was in pretty good condition considering the recent cold wet weather. But still rather scruffy in tee boxes and greens. Fabulous views across the Firth of Forth. Plenty of golfers out enjoying this municipal course.

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7.4
Joué le: 23 March 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 2.0
Scarista Golf Course

Isle of Harris is another one of those courses that's hard to review by standardized terms. There is no such thing as service and hardly a clubhouse to speak of, but if you appreciate being in a ridiculously remote place with stunning scenery and enjoy a rustic course that oozes fun, this is your place. Rewinding the holes in my head I actually realize that an argument c…

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8.7
Joué le: 17 March 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 2.0
Brora

Perhaps I was a little biased by the fantastic sunny and calm day or by far the best score I ever shot on a links course, but for me Brora is the epitome of enjoyable golf. There's no blend quite like it when it comes to scenery, quality, authenticity and playability. It's a holiday course, yet will never get boring. It's covered with grazing sheep and cattle, yet it is k…

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8.5
Joué le: 17 March 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 2.0
Machrihanish Dunes

The combination of the wonderfully classic old Machrihanish course, the ambitious Mac Dunes project and the quirky little Dunaverty certainly makes the southern tip of the Mull of Kintyre a worthy golf destination. The Dunes is no doubt a fabulous course in a spectacular setting and for a course of such young age it is a wonderfully natural layout. Despite that, it lacks …

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7.3
Joué le: 15 March 2021
Handicap joué lors du départ: 2.0
Reay

Reay is the most northernly 18 hole links on the British mainland and the design is attributed to James Braid. It plays 5831 yds from the men's tees to a par of 69, so it's fairly short which is not unusual for an "old" Scottish links. It had rained through the night and the forecast predicted even more rain for our day at Reay, but out of nowhere it turned into a wonderf…

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8.2
sarahforrest
Ambassadeur
Joué le: 8 March 2021
Auchterarder Course

Arguably it isn’t the longest course, there are 6 par 3’s and 3/4 par 5’s. It measures 4967/5800 so is an easy walking course. In the shadow of its big boy neighbours you can catch a glimpse of the PGA Centenary course at Gleneagles as you enjoy playing Auchterarder. Life started in 1913 when Ben Sayers designed a 9 hole golf course. In the early years maintenance was…

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9.3
sarahforrest
Ambassadeur
Joué le: 8 March 2021
Rosemount Course

Being so close to exceptional links courses, playing Blairgowrie offers a great, yet equally tough golfing experience. Usually without the buffeting wind! ⁠ ⁠ An established woodland course with a huge dollop of heathland thrown in for good measure. Carved out of scots pines, silver birch and enough heather to bring everyone good luck, except when playing golf. It isn’t u…

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9.3
sarahforrest
Ambassadeur
Joué le: 8 March 2021
Championship Course

It is unclear where the name Carnoustie came from. Most likely it is from Scandinavian nouns of Car and Noust, meaning Rock and Bay respectively. As you stand on the first tee of the Championship course, the hotel behind you, you’re pretty much out there alone. The Tee box, despite it proximity to the clubhouse and Links House is almost in the middle of the course, or s…

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