Play to win on the UK's top links courses

Links Golf Cup

Are you a dab hand when it comes to links golf?

Then the Links Golf Cup should be right up you street.

Played in two fantastic regions for golf – East Lothian and Ayrshire – the Links Golf Cup is the perfect way to experience some of the country’s most famous courses with some competitive golf thrown in for good measure.

They comprise 72-hole Stableford tournaments played over four inspiring links courses. Best of all, they’re open to all amateur golfers over the age of 18 and with a handicap of 24 or less.

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There are also a number of Pairs events – both for mixed couples and pairs of any combination. These feature some outstanding courses, including Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, Trump Turnberry and Hillside.


“The Links Golf Cup provides a unique opportunity not just to tick these courses off your ‘must play’ list, but also to test your game against like-minded golfers in a professionally run event,” said a Links Golf Cup spokesperson.

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“Our events represent excellent value for money when compared with standard golf club green fees, so they can be a cost-effective way of organising your next golf trip, either as an individual player or on behalf of a group.

“You don’t need to do anything other than turn up on the first tee!”

Entries are accepted for all events on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, so if you are a club golfer over the age of 18, book your place now.

Full details are available here.

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