The Other St Andrews Links Courses

Graylyn LoomisCourse Reviews, St. Andrews1 Comment

Imagine having an older brother who always gets more attention than you. You are one of seven siblings, but people always come to your house to visit him, not any of you. You are a very interesting person yourself, but you’re never given a chance. You are overlooked by nearly everyone. Every five years tens of thousands of people come … Read More

Royal Aberdeen Review

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The drive down to Royal Aberdeen from Cruden Bay was quick, beautiful, and seamless as we proceeded to our afternoon tee time. Work was being done in the main hallway of the clubhouse, so we proceeded to the gorgeous member’s locker room filled with old wooden lockers and threw on our shoes. We went from the locker room right out … Read More

Gleneagles (Centenary & King’s Courses) Review

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This review of the golf at Gleneagles was written prior to the 2014 Ryder Cup. The course conditions are now much better than when we visited and I have re-written the conclusion to reflect a few changes! Our trip to Gleneagles began with a sour note on the train. We arrived at the Gleneagles train station and the train door would … Read More

Prestwick Golf Club Review

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Played in August, 2011 – My rounds at Prestwick were early during my time in Scotland, and I hope to make it back to the course soon to write a more extensive hole-by-hole review. Prestwick Golf Club is one of my favorite courses in Scotland. The club exudes golfing history and the course embodies the meaning of quirky Scottish links. The … Read More