Must Play Golf Courses in Scotland
This is the Golfshake 2022 Must Play golf courses for Scotland based from the data of the Golfshake rating and review system which features over 280,000 reviews from over 50,000 golfers.
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Archerfield Links, Lothian is a 36 hole club, with the 18 hole par 72 (6526 yard) Dirleton Course & 18 hole, par 72 (6560 yard) Fidra Course. A private, links golf course designed by David J. Russell
36 holes | Par Dirleton 72; Fidra 72 | Dirleton 6526; Fidra 6560 yards | Private | Links
Location: Lothian | Price guide: £££££ | Rated 4.89 from 57 reviews
Edzell Golf Club, Tayside is a 27 hole club with the 18 hole, par 71 (6455 yard) Old course designed by Bob Simpson and 9 hole, par 32 (2057 yard) West Water Course. A private, heathland golf course.
27 holes | Par Old course 71; West Water Course 32 | Old course 6455; West Water Course 2057 yards | Private | Heathland
Location: Tayside | Price guide: £££££ | Rated 4.61 from 39 reviews
Monifieth Golf Club, Tayside is a 36 hole club with the 18 hole, par 71 (6655 yard) Medal course and 18 hole, par 68 (5123 yard) Ashludie Course. A private, heathland golf course established in 1878.
36 holes | Par Medal Course 71; Ashludie Course 68 | Medal Course 6655; Ashludie Course 5123 yards | Private | Heathland
Location: Tayside | Price guide: ££££ | Rated 4.57 from 39 reviews
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club, Lothian is an 18 hole, par 70 (6237 yard), private, links golf course established in 1774 and designed by James Braid in 1926
27 holes | Par 70 | 6254 yards | Private | Links
Location: Lothian | Price guide: £££££ | Rated 4.56 from 88 reviews
Portpatrick Golf Club, Dumfries and Galloway is a 27 hole course with the 18 hole Dunskey Course and 9 hole Dinvin Course. A private, moorland golf course
27 holes | Par Dunskey 70; Dinvin 27 | Dunskey 5913; Dinvin 1504 yards | Private | Moorland
Location: Dumfries and Galloway | Price guide: ££££ | Rated 4.56 from 34 reviews
Crail Golfing Society, Fife is a 36 hole club with the 18 hole, par 72 Craighead & par 69 Balcomie Links courses. A private, links golf course, established in 1786 and redesigned by Tom Morris in 1895
36 holes | Par Craighead Links 72; Balcomie Links 69 | Craighead Links 6722; Balcomie Links 5861 yards | Private | Links
Location: Fife | Price guide: £££££ | Rated 4.54 from 66 reviews
The oldest Golf Club on Royal Deeside, Aboyne has won many plaudits as one of the best maintained, varied and challenging inland courses in Scotland.
18 holes | Par 68 | 6009 yards | Private | Parkland
Location: Grampian | Price guide: ££££ | Rated 4.51 from 100 reviews
Woll Golf Club at New Woll Estate, Scottish Borders is an 18 hole, par 70 (6010 yard), private, parkland golf course - It is one of the most popular in the Borders!
18 holes | Par 70 | 6010 yards | Private | Parkland
Location: Borders | Price guide: ££££ | Rated 4.5 from 46 reviews
Strathmore Golf Centre, Central Scotland is a 27 hole club with the 18 hole, par 72 (6454 yard) Rannaleroch Course designed by John Salvesen in 1996 and the 9 hole, par 27 Leitfie Links course.
27 holes | Par Rannaleroch 72; Leitfie Links 29 | Rannaleroch 6454; Leitfie Links 1666 yards | Private | Parkland
Location: Central Scotland | Price guide: £££££ | Rated 4.42 from 59 reviews
Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club offers a luxury four-star hotel and is home to one of Scotland's top parkland golf courses and has hosted the Scottish Seniors Open & Solheim Cup in previous years.
36 holes | Par East Course 73; West Course 68 | East Course 6,684; West Course 5,051 yards | Resort | Parkland
Location: Lothian | Price guide: £££££ | Rated 4.31 from 169 reviews