Shetland might lose out to Whalsey - around 15 miles further up the islands - as the most northerly golf course in the UK, but this is still a spectacular place to play golf.
Ever wanted to tee up at midnight? In the summer, you can play golf round the clock, making Shetland one of the most unique and interesting places to play golf in the world. It's as close to Norway as it is mainly Scotland.
Built in the oil-boom years of the 1970s, Shetland is an undulating moorland course with wide fairways and the Burn of Dale to tackle. A truly special golfing experience.