One of Scotland’s biggest attractions is its range of world-class golf courses. Its rich golf history can be seen in monuments and buildings like the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the Old Course Hotel, the Gleneagles Resort and many more. Most visitors to Scotland who are here on a golf tour will spend the majority of their time on either coast playing the famous links courses like the Old Course at St Andrews, Royal Troon, Carnoustie, and other sites of major events like the Open Championship and the Scottish Open.
Play a Round of Golf at Falkirk Golf Club
For those who find themselves in the Central Belt region of Scotland visiting the city of Stirling with its magnificent historical sites such as Stirling Castle and the Church of the Holy Rude, consider booking a round of golf at the nearby Falkirk Golf Club. The par 71 parkland-style course offers a nice change to the country’s many links courses and is always in excellent condition.
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