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Falkirk, known locally as 'Carmuirs', is a parkland course that is slightly undulating over the back nine.
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.
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.
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.
Dumbarton Golf Club is a low-lying parkland course with fine greens and well-maintained fairways and excellent clubhouse facilities.
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.
Tillicoultry is an attractive parkland course in a spectacular setting at the base of the Ochil hills, affording fine views over the Devon Valley from its upper section.
When former Open champion Tom Weiskopf first saw the land on the Bonnie Banks where he was getting the chance to design this golf course, the American admitted that it "just blew me away".
Some hills. Excellent panoramic views.