Scotland has long been consider “The land of golf”. Let’s check out the most beautiful golf courses in Scotland!

St Andrews Old Course – The dream of golfers

From the ancient city of Edinburgh, we arrived at the legendary St Andrews Old Course – the dream of most golfers in the world. Weaving through small roads and crossing many green carpets on both sides of the wheat and pasture is a great and classic St Andrews Old Course with fairway and green connecting holes 1 and 18.

It is a legendary stone bridge, which marks millions of steps of the world’s top golfers who have passed through every major tournament that took place here, including The Open Championship.

St Andrews Old Course

St Andrews Links is a cluster of 7 golf courses designed according to the form of “linked Course” including Old Course, The Castle Course, New Course, Jubilee Course, Eden Course, Strathtyrum Course, and Balgove Course, creating the same definition. Permanent glass for a St Andrews Links of 464 years old.

The courtyard is known for two “specialties” being the wind and the bunker. When you calculate the balls that can be solved 2 this means you have won yourself. The yard and fairway conditions of the course are very suitable for top-level matches, rough grasses (the green and fairway sections) in most Scottish courts usually left natural, so whenever the ball position is outside the fairway, you have to calculate defense solutions rather than attacking flags.

Royal Dornoch

Royal Dornoch Golf Course was introduced as the third most beautiful golf course after St Andrews, Muirfield, and the Ballantine’s International Cup 2016 final round, bringing together golfers from many countries around the world to qualify for the region. come to Scotland. When we got off the car, our group admired the beauty of this 400-year-old golf course, everything was preserved and the golf course was well maintained so that viewers could feel the featured symbol of Scotland.

From the experiences in the first day of practice and competition, I found that the links design is close to the coast, it is often difficult for you to direct the ball to the flag, only so you can ensure safety.