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The Scottish Golf Guide

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The Scottish Golf Guide by David Hamilton Book Summary:

Scotland gave golf to the world. With more golf courses per head than any other country, it is still a golfer's paradise. They range from remote honesty box clubs to the superb Open Championship courses and the exclusive conservative clubs of the towns. But Scotland's strength is the host of enjoyable courses throughout the land which welcome visitors. David Hamilton is a Glasgow surgeon with a life-long interest in Scottish golf and its culture. In picking his good golf courses, he has also incorporated much of the history of the game and how it is played in Scotland today.

Scottish Golf Guide

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Scottish Golf Guide by David Hamilton Book Summary:

This book carries a foreword by Sean Connery. Scotland gave golf to the world. With more golf courses per head than any other country, it is still a golfer's paradise. They range from remote honesty box clubs to superb Open Championship courses and the busy clubs of the towns. Scotland's strength is the vast range of enjoyable and historic courses throughout the land which welcome visitors, be they players of professional standard or recreational golfers who play only for the love of the game. Previous editions of this vastly popular guide have introduced thousands to the game in Scotland. It covers the history of Scottish golf, its best courses, and gives helpful information and advice about all aspects of play in the home of golf. This new edition is greatly expanded from an informative guide to a full-scale golfing miscellany. David Hamilton has added fascinating lists, details of extraordinary and dramatic golfing feats, tales about funny and tragic incidents on the golf course, statistics about leading golfers and championships and quirky facts and figures that show the rich diversity of Scotland's national sport. As well as being a practical companion for beginners and visiting players, The Scottish Golf Guide is now the ideal gift for the golf nuts in the family.

Scotland's Golf Courses

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Scotland's Golf Courses by Vic Robbie Book Summary:

This guide looks at the rich variety of golf courses in Scotland, from the history of St Andrews to the beauty of Royal Dornoch. It provides a directory of clubs, giving information such as: details of courses, how to get there, facilities and catering and hotel accommodation.

Golf in Scotland

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Golf in Scotland by Allan McAllister Ferguson Book Summary:

Golf in Scotland is designed to help travelers plan affordable, informed golf trips to Scotland. Seven chapters offer advice on when to go, where to go, air travel, rental cars, lodging, and other travel decisions. St. Andrews receives special attention in its own chapter. Extensive descriptions of sixty-eight Scottish courses and their settings include complete contact and booking information. A bonus section detailing five new Scottish courses is featured in what many consider the "bible" of Scottish golf travel. Appendices include a "Golf-Readiness Checklist," a compendium of useful websites, and an annotated bibliography for further reading. Fully indexed for subject searching.

The Scottish Golf Book

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The Scottish Golf Book by Malcolm Campbell,Glyn Satterley Book Summary:

Golf is a Scottish game. It has been played by the Scots for centuries, and Scotland is its spiritual and cultural home. This is a book devoted to one nation's devotion to a game of stick and ball which today casts its enchantment over the entire world. The beginnings of golf and its early development are shrouded in mystery and are part fact and part fable. The Scottish Golf Book separates one from the other as it traces the early history of golf to the multimillion-dollar, worldwide obsession it has become today. Images from the earliest days of Scottish photography recall titanic battles between the early superstars of the game, while the modern lens takes the reader on a spectacular and magical journey around the historic, the classic, and the hidden treasures of Scotland's finest courses.

Golf in Scotland

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Golf in Scotland by Allan McAllister Ferguson Book Summary:

Golf in Scotland is designed to help travelers plan affordable, informed golf trips to Scotland. Seven chapters offer advice on when to go, where to go, air travel, rental cars, lodging, and other travel decisions. St. Andrews receives special attention in its own chapter. Extensive descriptions of seventy-four Scottish courses and their settings include complete contact and booking information. Seven new Scottish courses are reviewed in this fourth edition of a book many consider the “bible” of Scottish golf travel. Appendices include a “Golf-Readiness Checklist,” a compendium of useful websites, and a bibliography for further reading. Fully indexed for subject searching.

The Golf Lover's Guide to Scotland

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The Golf Lover's Guide to Scotland by Michael Whitehead Book Summary:

Every golf course around the globe has one thing in common – they are all unique. No two courses are ever the same. Golf is the only major sport that offers a different experience wherever you go. The aim of this guide is to offer a golfer all the information they would require to enjoy a great round of golf at the best courses Scotland has to offer. From the essential information (par score, yardage, cost of a round etc.), booking a round in advance and how best to play the course. Universally regarded as the birthplace of the modern game, Scotland can boast some of the finest courses in the world. Royal Troon; Turnberry; and the fabled Old Course, St Andrews, to name just a few. These are the courses all keen golfers would wish to play given the opportunity.

The Good Golf Guide to Scotland

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The Good Golf Guide to Scotland by David Hamilton Book Summary:

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The American Golfer's Guide to Ireland

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The American Golfer's Guide to Ireland by Graeme McDowell,Brian Keogh,Bill Ruskin Book Summary:

Maybe the game of golf wasnt invented in Ireland but to most visitors it seems that way. After all, there are more golf courses per square mile in Ireland than in any part of the world. A golfing visit to Ireland will be the trip of a lifetime for many reasons. First, links courses sparkle like an emerald necklace around the coastline of Ireland. It is subjective to pick the best from so many great courses but here are a few: Royal Portrush, Portstewart. Royal County Down, Baltray, Portmarnock, The European Club, Old Head, Waterville, Ballybunion, Tralee, Lahinch, Doonbeg, Connemara, Carne, Enniscrone, Murvagh, Ballyliffin and Rosapenna. Second, the past two decades have brought world class resorts with the finest facilities and championship level courses, including The K Club, Lough Erne, Druids Glen, Mount Wolsely, Killeen Castle, Glasson, Galgorm Castle, Slieve Russell, The Heritage, Powerscourt, Adare, Fota Island, Dromoland Castle and many more. Third, visitors can enjoy over 400 private golf clubs scattered throughout Ireland where greens fees offer excellent value and local members make you feel at home. Not least, the 19th hole is a great opportunity to meet local golfers. An old saying puts it like this: There are no strangers in Ireland, only friends you havent met before. The successes of Irish golfers on the international circuit has also put the spotlight on the great golf found throughout the Island. Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell, Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke, Paul McGinley, Shane Lowrey and others have been not just successful competitors but wonderful ambassadors for Irish fun and hospitality. I hope you and your friends will come to experience golf in Ireland for yourselves. I can assure you a warm welcome and some wonderful memories. Joe Byrne Executive Vice-President Tourism Ireland

The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands & Islands

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The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands & Islands by Rob Humphreys,Donald Reid Book Summary:

This guide highlights the best places to sleep, eat and drink in the Highlands and Islands. It includes coverage of all major and minor outdoor activities, hiking trails and mountain bike routes.

Golfer's Guide to the Game and Greens of Scotland

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Golfer's Guide to the Game and Greens of Scotland by N.A Book Summary:

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Scottish Golf Links

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Scottish Golf Links by N.A Book Summary:

Lowe takes us along the rugged eastern coast, from St. Andrews up to Montrose and Cruden Bay and Royal Aberdeen, "from heather, whin and sand, to points north," to Nairn and Dornoch. Then to the west coast, to Prestwick and Troon. It's not only the courses themselves that Lowe illuminates along the way, but the winding roads, the ancient villages, the farms and whiskey distilleries, and the people who call this land their home as well. Each step of his pilgrimage is given its due.

The Scottish Web Directory

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The Scottish Web Directory by Clive Zietman Book Summary:

`The definitive guide to Scottish websites.` Scotland`s New Homebuyer This comprehensive and easy-to-use directory provides a one-stop guide to essential addresses on the Internet from a Scottish perspective. The Scottish Web Directory, offers a selection of over 10,000 official sites, top 'household names' and sites of interest to Scottish families, business users, and anyone interested in Scotland Conveniently classified by category, the directory enables both begineers and experienced users alike to find elusive web addresses with ease, saving hours of fruitless searching and surfing on the Internet. Categories include: Arts & Entertainment Business Children Education, Training & Research Food & Drink Government Hobbies & Leisure Living Museums, Libraries & Information Personal Finance Shopping Sport Technology Travel

Golf in Scotland

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Golf in Scotland by Bob Jones,Anne Jones Book Summary:

GOLF IN SCOTLAND: The Hidden Gems is a completely revised edition of Scotland's Hidden Gems: Golf Courses and Pubs (2005). The revision include more than 30 new golf courses, many new pubs, eateries and attractions, and includes suggested B&Bs and Guest Houses throughout Scotland. Golf courses descriptions include details of the course, amenities, comments about history and selected holes, and many include comments directed toward lady golfers. Pubs, restaurants, and tearooms are organized in relation to nearby golf courses, as are B&Bs and attractions.

A Golfer's Bucket List of Scottish Golf Courses

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A Golfer's Bucket List of Scottish Golf Courses by Colin Ramsay Book Summary:

Every golf course currently available to play in Scotland. From the glorious coastal links to the stunning parkland courses that can be found in the interior, it covers it all. As you play the courses you can record your score, who you were playing with and those memorable moments that made your round special.

Scotland's Golf Courses

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Scotland's Golf Courses by Robert Price Book Summary:

This region-by-region guide gives in-depth information to 500+ Scottish courses--the most varied, naturally beautifully, and challenging in the world.

The American Golfer's Guide to Scotland

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The American Golfer's Guide to Scotland by Bill Ruskin with Tom Renfrew Book Summary:

“Scotland is known as the Home of Golf and is renowned for its fascinating history, rich culture and heritage and but above all, our golf courses are situated amid some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Throughout Scotland there is a huge choice of golf courses to suit every skill level, offering quality, value for money, and above all, a fantastic and unique golfing experience. You are never too far from a golf course with more than 400 courses less than an hour from a city or an airport. Furthermore, the average green fee is £45 which is only around $70. Every golfer in the world should experience golf in Scotland at least once in their lifetime. Up and down the country Scotland offers unique coastal courses and magnificent links golf, complemented by breathtaking parkland, heathland and moorland golf courses, many of which have been designed by renowned golf architects and played by the golfing elite; another reason for cementing Scotland’s golfing reputation. Scotland of course boasts the famous greens of Turnberry and The Old Course. But we are not ones to rest on our laurels and new courses are being added to Scotland’s amazing collection all the time. Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club, set hard against the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, is the first 18-hole links golf course to be built on the west coast of Scotland in 100 years, while Castle Stuart in the Highlands is a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Highlands. With more than 550 courses populating the stunning scenery the length and breadth of the country, you will never be stuck for quality or choice. With all this and more, there is always a reason for visiting Scotland.” Phillip Riddle, Chief Executive VisitScotland

The Golf Guide

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The Golf Guide by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated Book Summary:

Over 2,500 courses and golf clubs. How to get there, facilities offered (cart/club rentals, clubhouses, food) and detailed course descriptions, including pars, difficulty, hazards and yardage. Hundreds of hotels recommended by golfers for golfers, many offering package deals. Plus area-by-area courses in France, Spain & Portugal. Maps show locations of every course profiled.

A Course Called Scotland

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A Course Called Scotland by Tom Coyne Book Summary:

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * “One of the best golf books this century.” —Golf Digest Tom Coyne’s A Course Called Scotland is a heartfelt and humorous celebration of his quest to play golf on every links course in Scotland, the birthplace of the game he loves. For much of his adult life, bestselling author Tom Coyne has been chasing a golf ball around the globe. When he was in college, studying abroad in London, he entered the lottery for a prized tee time in Scotland, grabbing his clubs and jumping the train to St. Andrews as his friends partied in Amsterdam; later, he golfed the entirety of Ireland’s coastline, chased pros through the mini-tours, and attended grueling Qualifying Schools in Australia, Canada, and Latin America. Yet, as he watched the greats compete, he felt something was missing. Then one day a friend suggested he attempt to play every links course in Scotland and qualify for the greatest championship in golf. The result is A Course Called Scotland, “a fast-moving, insightful, often funny travelogue encompassing the width of much of the British Isles” (GolfWeek), including St. Andrews, Turnberry, Dornoch, Prestwick, Troon, and Carnoustie. With his signature blend of storytelling, humor, history, and insight, Coyne weaves together his “witty and charming” (Publishers Weekly) journey to more than 100 legendary courses in Scotland with compelling threads of golf history and insights into the contemporary home of golf. As he journeys Scotland in search of the game’s secrets, he discovers new and old friends, rediscovers the peace and power of the sport, and, most importantly, reaffirms the ultimate connection between the game and the soul. It is “a must-read” (Golf Advisor) rollicking love letter to Scotland and golf as no one has attempted it before.

Waterstone's Guide to Scottish Books

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Waterstone's Guide to Scottish Books by Nick Rennison,Neil Johnstone,Colette Bryce Book Summary:

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Scotland

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Scotland by Alastair Scott,Juliet Clough Book Summary:

DK Eyewitness Scotland travel guide will lead you straight to the best attractions this wild country has to offer. Packed with photographs, illustrations and detailed maps, discover Scotland region by region; from the culturally diverse and architecturally magnificent Glasgow to the peerless beauty of the highlands. The guide provides all the insider tips every visitor needs from where to walk with Reindeers to how to tread the Malt whisky trail, with comprehensive listings of the best hotels, resorts, restaurants, and nightlife in each region for all budgets. You'll find 3D cutaways and floorplans of all the must-see sites plus street-by-street maps of all the fascinating cities and towns of Scotland. DK Eyewitness Scotland explores the country's castles, lochs, fishing hot spots and famous golf courses, focussing on the best scenic routes from which to explore the rugged Scottish landscape. With up-to-date information on getting around by boat, bus, or steam train and all the sights listed town by town, DK Eyewitness Scotland is indispensable. Don't miss a thing on your holiday with the DK Eyewitness Scotland.

Scotland

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Scotland by Grant, Eric G,Dennis Smith,Paul Barnaby,Ulrike Morét Book Summary:

Scotland is probably the only sovereign nation to have chosen, in a more or less free vote, to surrender its independence in order to merge with a larger, more powerful, neighbour. For most of the period since the Union of 1707 the Scots were enthusiastic partners with England in creating and administering the British Empire. Inevitably, therefore, the end of empire caused an identity crisis in Scotland. For more than a Century pressure for political home rule produced no tangible result; however, the decisive vote in favour of devolution in the referendum of September 1997 means that a restored Scottish Parliament is now likely to be in place by the millennium. Irrespective of political developments, the last two decades have seen a renaissance in Scottish culture and historiography. This bibliography fully reflects the wealth of new developments in Scottish life and culture over the past twenty years and the new vibrancy of Scottish publishing.

Scotland

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Scotland by Rob Humphreys,Donald Reid Book Summary:

From the cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh to the remote wilderness areas, this comprehensive guide explores Scotland's unique culture, history, music, and food, and points out the best pubs, bed and breakfasts, historical landmarks, and other places to visit. 32 maps. color photos.

The Hacker's Golf Guide

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The Hacker's Golf Guide by James Lane Rhoads Book Summary:

"The Hacker's Golf Guide" is an answer book for enthusiastic golfers. Research shows that 45 million people play golf today, including 24 million in the United States. And while 90% of those golfers know very little about the game that so fascinates them, they possess a passionate thirst for information about it. This book meets that need to know. It is well researched & chock-full of authoritative information on all of golf's major subjects, including history, ball-flight laws, mental control, etiquette, Rules, prompt play, handicaps, green construction, equipment design, club-fitting & playing strategy. The reader is told how to act on the course; how to buy clubs that fit; how to properly strike the ball; how to choose a professional instructor; how to make a ball go up or curve in flight; & much, much more of interest to the curious golfer. Written in an easy-to-read style, it is typeset on recycled, natural-tone bulk paper with wide leading between a Bookman font. It is amply illustrated & indexed, & sports a four-color paper cover by Robert Howard. The author's thirty years of experience & incisive humor relates well to those kindred souls struggling to learn "the secret" of the ancient game of golf.

True Links

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True Links by George Peper,Malcolm Campbell Book Summary:

The most challenging, most invigorating holes a golfer can tackle. In this beautiful book, Peper and Campbell, two writers who know golf inside and out, provide a concise and entertaining tour of the world's best links courses. Full color.

Footprint Scotland Handbook

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Footprint Scotland Handbook by Alan Murphy Book Summary:

Footprint guides are written for intelligent and imaginative individuals looking for inspiration and new horizons. "A Foot in the Door" summarizes the highlights of a trip to Scotland, the characteristics of the country, and what to expect on a journey there. Covers local history and culture and profiles the best attractions in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Scotland Handbook

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Scotland Handbook by Alan Murphy Book Summary:

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Bibliography of Scotland

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Bibliography of Scotland by N.A Book Summary:

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Something about the Author

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Something about the Author by N.A Book Summary:

An easy-to-use source for librarians, students and other researchers, each volume in this series provides illustrated biographical profiles of approximately 75 children's authors and artists. This critically acclaimed series covers more than 12,000 individuals, ranging from established award winners to authors and illustrators who are just beginning their careers. Entries typically cover: personal life, career, writings, works in progress, adaptations, additional sources. A cumulative author index is included in each odd-numbered volume.While Gale strives to replicate print content, some content may not be available due to rights restrictions.Call your Sales Rep for details.

Spalding's Official Golf Guide

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Spalding's Official Golf Guide by N.A Book Summary:

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Whitaker's Books in Print

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A Golfer's Guide to California and Hawaii

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A Golfer's Guide to California and Hawaii by Brett Borton Book Summary:

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Lonely Planet Scotland

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Lonely Planet Scotland by Lonely Planet Book Summary:

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Scotland is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Sip the water of life, whisky, in an ancient pub, trace the trails of the clanspeople fleeing Glen Coe, or play a round in St Andrew's, golf's spiritual home; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Scotland and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet Scotland Travel Guide: Full-colour maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - castles, lochs & mountains, islands, literature, food & drink, museums, culture, wildlife, the land Free, convenient pull-out Edinburgh map (included in print version), plus over 50 colour maps Covers Edinburgh, Glasgow, Highlands & Islands, Inverness & the Central Highlands, Orkney & Shetland and more eBook Features: (Best viewed on tablet devices and smartphones) Downloadable PDF and offline maps prevent roaming and data charges Effortlessly navigate and jump between maps and reviews Add notes to personalise your guidebook experience Seamlessly flip between pages Bookmarks and speedy search capabilities get you to key pages in a flash Embedded links to recommendations' websites Zoom-in maps and images Inbuilt dictionary for quick referencing The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Scotland , our most comprehensive guide to Scotland, is perfect for both exploring top sights and taking roads less travelled. Looking for a guide focused on the Highlands and Islands or Edinburgh? Check out Lonely Planet Scotland's Highlands and Islands guide for a comprehensive look at all these regions have to offer; or Pocket Edinburgh a handy-sized guide focused on the can't-miss sights for a quick trip. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every Scotland, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

Hooked

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Hooked by Kevin Markham Book Summary:

A concise, detailed book which reviews and ranks every 18-hole golf course in Ireland and provides all of the information necessary to book your round.