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Scotland West

Ranked 23rd best golf course in the world, and quite possibly the most scenic of all Open Championship venues. Host to the tournament on four...

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Willie Fernie originally designed the Gailes course in 1892, but Willie Park Jr. revised the layout in 1912. A classic links course, Glasgow...

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Set on the western side of the remote Kintyre Peninsula. The course was extended to twelve holes by Charles Hunter, and later modified by Old...

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Machrihanish Dunes is the first course ever to be built within a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and only seven of the 270 acres of this...

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Prestwick Golf Club is where The Open Championship was born. Designed as a 12-hole layout by Old Tom Morris in 1851, the first Open Championship...

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Ranked 49th best golf course in the world. Designed by Willie Fernie in 1887, this traditional out-and-back links layout has played host The...

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Designed in 1897 by F. Morris, the course remained nearly untouched until Fred Hawtree revised a number of holes in the 1970s. Used as a final...

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