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Episode 87 – Scottish Golf Travel’s Best of 2015


On this week’s epiode Ru Macdonald & Graylyn Loomis share their favourite Scottish golf travel experiences in a bid to upstage the recent Oscars and Grammys.

Best Golf Region For Non Golfers

East Lothian with its close proximity to Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh.

Most Playable Course For All Abilities

The St Andrews Links is home to seven courses for all abilities of which the Eden & Strathtyrum are great options for novice or high handicap golfers.

Best Whisky Destination

Speyside whisky region is found between two golfing hot-spots, northeast Scotland and the Highlands to the north.

Check out the Isle of Skye which came in a close second.

Best Drive in Scotland

The drive from Inverness to Royal Dornoch meanders round waterways, through mountains and past castles!

Best Clubhouse

Cruden Bay Golf Club

Cruden Bay Golf Club

Best Travel Service

Recounter Photography provides a visual record of your time golfing in Scotland.

Matt Ginella and his Recounter on the Old Course, St Andrews

Matt Ginella and his Recounter on the Old Course, St Andrews

Best Scottish Golf Travel Experience

Best Scottish links holes must include the 13th at North Berwick

The Pit Hole, 13th at North Berwick (Image Credit Michael Altobello)

Based on a criteria of hospitality, golf course quality, accessibility and value for money North Berwick’s West Links was unanimously awarded the top accolade.


Be sure to check out Graylyn Loomis’ website which includes a Scottish golf trip planner section packed full of Scottish golf course reviews, helpful articles and new for 2016 a trip planning consultancy service.

Recent articles have included Best Time of Year to Visit Scotland for Golf and Where to Play Golf on a Trip to Scotland.


Have your golf clubs & luggage shipped to Royal Dornoch.

Have your golf clubs & luggage shipped to Scotland.

 

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