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Primary Regions for Scottish golf

Variety Across the Country
All over Scotland wou will find Scots at their golf. There is probably no city, town or village that doesn't have its own course. At the same time, each region sports its own particular brand of course of which the locals are always proud.

When planning your trip, I recommend identifying a "Hub" in a particular region from which you can travel to any number of wonderful courses. (For more on this "Hub Planning Strategy", click on the Planning your Stay button on the left.)

In the map below you can see eight different golfing regions in Scotland. Click on a region's button to see the courses found in that region.

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The Book Gives you the Detail You Need About These Regions
I, of course, recommend buying the book that has everything you need to plan your dream golf trip to Scotland.

The Independent Golfer's Guide offers extensive advice as to how to do this basic planning.

 

To examine the bookClick Here

 

The Independent golfer's Guide to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

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