Sunday, 8 April 2007

Scottish Golfing Books - Scotland's Golf Courses: The Complete Guide

Scotland is the home of golf. Thousands visit the country every year to experience and explore the difficulties and delights of the greatest courses in the world, and most make the pilgrimage to St Andrews, where the game was first played in the fifteenth century. No matter how good, golfers never believe they have really played the game until they have attempted to master the subtle intricacies of at least one of Scotland's rich variety of courses, be it St Andrews or the other Open Championship venues of Carnoustie, Muirfield, Turnberry or Royal Troon. Or the beautiful Royal Dornoch, Gleneagles or Loch Lomond. Or any other of Scotland's golfing gems. Since Scotland's Golf Courses: The Complete Guide was first published in 1997, many new courses have been built in keeping with the finest Scottish traditions. Now this new updated edition, dedicated to the excellence of Scottish golf, provides all the essential information on more than 500 courses. It includes a directory of clubs, with a description of each course, how to get there, facilities, catering, green fees and hotel accommodation, plus photographs as well as diagrams of Scotland's most interesting and challenging holes. Scotland's Golf Courses: The Complete Guide is essential if you are golfing in Scotland.

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