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Some hills. Excellent panoramic views.
Designed by Willie Fernie in 1901, Strathendrick is a challenging parkland course around ten miles from the centre of Glasgow in the delightful small village of Drymen.
Art4you Scotland offers you the opportunity to capture the stunning Scottish countryside or work in the studio and explore painting and drawing techniques.
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Two miles from the village of Milngavie and seven from Glasgow city centre, Hilton Park is one of the finest moorland courses in Scotland.
Buchanan Castle was established in 1936 and is owned by the Duke of Montrose. It is a lush parkland course offering an abundance of scenic views that live in the memory for many years.
Runs through lush farming country into Highland scenery
A fairly hilly back road leads eventually to Loch Lomond.
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It may be the smaller of the two moorland courses on offer at Hilton Park, but it is in no way the easier of the duo. In fact, the Allander is very much the harder of the two as it features tighter fairways that are lined with thick rough.
Ross Priory is a 9-hole course located at the University of Strathclyde's Recreational and Conference Centre, situated in 200 acres of parkland on the south east shoreline of Loch Lomond.