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  1. Seafield Golf Course

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    Golf Courses

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    Ayr

    Seafield is the less famous of the two 18 hole golf courses within the magnificent grounds of the Belleisle Estate in Ayr.

  2. Kilbirnie Place Golf Course

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    Golf Courses

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    Glengarnock

    Kilbirnie Place is a beautiful par 69 parkland course. It compensates for its lack of length, 5524-yards, with some very tricky greens and natural hazards, including the Jocks Burn that winds its way through the opening and finishing holes.

  3. Lochgreen Golf Course

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    Golf Courses

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    Troon

    Lochgreen is the best of the trio of Troon municipal courses, which offer a more economical excellent golfing experience.

  4. Shiskine Golf & Tennis Club

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    Golf Courses

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    Blackwaterfoot

    On the island of Arran off the west coast of Scotland, only an hour by ferry from the mainland, is to be found one of the most unusual and great hidden gems in the wide world of golf.

  5. Brunston Castle Golf

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    Golf Courses

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    Dailly

    Brunston Castle Golf Course is situated in the heart of Ayrshire amidst the naturally sheltered valley of the Water of Girvan.

  6. Ardeer Golf Course

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    Golf Courses

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    Stevenston

    Ardeer is an undulating parkland course that has matured superbly and with some great views of the Firth of Clyde.

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    Prestwick

    Giving the J.R. Stutt designed course an auspicious opening was an exhibition match between John Panton, Eric Brown, Dia Rees and Peter Alliss - a truly wonderful fourball.

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    Prestwick

    Were it not for the fame of its famous sister at the other end of town, Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club would enjoy a much wider flung reputation.

  9. Scotland's Golf Islands

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    Golf Courses

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    Whiting Bay

    If you love golf, you’re going to love Scotland’s twenty-six Golf Islands. Ranging from the far north down the western coastline and with a total of thirty-eight courses between them there’s nowhere else you can enjoy the variety.

  10. Skelmorlie Golf Course

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    Skelmorlie

    Nestling in the hills of Renfrewshire, this course is noted for its beautiful views of the Firth of Clyde and the surrounding region.

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