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    St Andrews, Turnburry, Loch Lomand, Turnberry... Vistors can play all of these although different restrictions apply. You'll have to wear suitable attire for each, have a proveable handicap and proper shoes. Check for special offers as there should be plenty of discounts about from experience days and that kind of site. about 10 years ago

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    Agree with the above. All good courses. I played Forres, Nairn Dunbar, Cullen, Dufftown in Moray/Speyside Loved it. Nice "little" golf courses with stunning scenery and not so busy. No problem booking tee times.

    Hope this helps.

    Have fun!

    Rene about 10 years ago

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