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SCOTLAND: SOUTHWEST GOLF TRAILS

The Southwest of Scotland is one of the country’s most beautiful regions and for the golfer it harbours a treasure trove of great courses from Open Championship links like Turnberry, Royal Troon and the original Open course, Prestwick, to gems like Shiskine on the Isle of Arran or the lovely inland course at Ayr Belleisle.

Scottish Golf Southwest has published its official guide to the region with a host of valuable information on where to play including a review of "Island Gems" and a particularly interesting look at "Golf Trails". The "Tiger Tour" features courses suitable for single figure handicap players and includes Southerness on the Solway Firth, the Ailsa Course and the new Kintyre Course at Turnberry, Brunston Castle and Ayr Belleisle.

The "Scenic Tour" includes Moffat Golf Club, Brighouse Bay, Dumfries and County. Lochmaben and Lockerbie and the two fine courses at Largs, Routenburn G.C. and Largs G.C. For further details check out their websites www.golfsouthayrshire.com or www.scottishgolfsouthwest.com alternatively call 01292 678100

 
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