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  1. Grangemouth Golf Course

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    Grangemouth

    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.

  2. Dumbarton Golf Course

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    Dumbarton

    Dumbarton Golf Club is a low-lying parkland course with fine greens and well-maintained fairways and excellent clubhouse facilities.

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    Arden

    Carrick Course Weaving through an area of outstanding natural beauty on the banks of Loch Lomond.

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    Killearn

    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.

  5. West Lothian Golf Club

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    Bo'ness

    Good quality parkland golf course on hilltop site with superb views of surrounding countryside.

  6. Tillicoultry Golf Course

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    Tillicoultry

    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.

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    Killearn

    Two miles from the village of Milngavie and seven from Glasgow city centre, Hilton Park is one of the finest moorland courses in Scotland.

  8. Dollar Golf Club

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    Dollar

    Challenging hillside course, designed by Ben Sayers in 1907, without bunkers.

  9. Muckhart Golf Club

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    Muckhart

    Muckhart's strongest asset is our location at the foot of the Ochil Hills. This provides views which compare favourably with more prestigious courses such as Gleneagles and Loch Lomond.

  10. Polmont Golf Course

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    Grangemouth

    The course was moved from Polmont to the present location in Maddiston near Falkirk in 1975/1976 and measures 6, 092-yards, SSS 69, Par 72 from the white tees.

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