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Some hills. Excellent panoramic views.
The course at Grangemouth was opened in 1974 making it one of the youngest in Scotland. Since then the course has played host to numerous PGA events, an indication of how highly it is rated among officials and, indeed, players.
Alva Golf Course is well known locally for being a challenging course. Picturesque over the majority of holes, but with many natural hazards in whin, gorse, burns and gulleys, it is as beautiful as they come. Being limited to nine holes for the length of its history has not prevented many a young...
Cardross is one of those courses that deserves much more attention than it currently receives.
18 holes 6440 yards par 72 SSS 71
Rolling parkland course within 1 mile of town centre, with magnificent views of Stirling Castle and the surrounding mountains.
Two miles from the village of Milngavie and seven from Glasgow city centre, Hilton Park is one of the finest moorland courses in Scotland.
Falkirk Tryst Golf Club was founded in 1885 and resides in town of Stenhousemuir, three miles north of the town of Falkirk, which in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, was a famed market town.
Picturesque 18-hole golf course set in Scotland's first National Park with stunning views of Ben Ledi.
An original Braid design laid out in 1936 and which has changed little in the intervening years.
Aberfoyle is a hilly course that lies only a mile out of the village on the main Stirling road. It is one of the many James Braid-designed parkland courses in the country and was established as far back as 1890.