Fife – Angus – East Lothian – Ayrshire


Location: Leven, Fife

Host of the 2021 Womens Scottish Open, Dumbarnie Links is only located 9 miles from the town of St Andrews. Scotland’s newest links course offers amazing views across the coastline.

Dukes St Andrews

Location: St Andrews, Fife

The Dukes St Andrews, provides a challenging championship course set above the town of St Andrews. With panoramic views over the coastline this course provides the only heathland layout in the area.

Fairmont St Andrews

Location: St Andrews, Fife

With a unique coastal setting Fairmont St Andrews offers two championship courses The Torrance and The Kittock both of exceptional quality.


Location: Carnoustie, Angus

Carnoustie is a venue widely considered as one of the best links courses in the world and golf has been played there since the 16th century. The venue regularly host the Open championship and each year hosts the infamous Dunhill Links championship.


Location: Gullane, East Lothian

Gullane is one of Scotland’s most prestigious members clubs with the links being played for over 350 years. The 3 courses have hosted a number of professional tournaments including the Scottish Open.

North Berwick

Location: North Berwick, East Lothian

Golf has been played at North Berwick since the 17th century and its championship course – the West course – regularly hosts final Open qualifying for The Open.

Royal Troon

Location: Troon, Ayrshire

 With two courses The Old Course & The Portland Course, Royal Troon is a historic links venue that has hosted The Open on 9 occasions.


Location: Gailes, Ayrshire

Dundonald offers a classic links course, designed by Kyle Phillips. The course has hosted both the men’s and women’s Scottish Open in recent years.


Location: Prestwick, Ayrshire

Prestwick is renowned as the birthplace of The Open and boasts a rich history. The par 71 course is set alongside the Ayrshire coastline.