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Scottish Golf Bucket List: The North East

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Over the last 20 years, the North East of Scotland has quietly grown in stature as a top golf destination.

A lot of that has to do with the players that it has produced, including Open champion Paul Lawrie and US Amateur winner Richie Ramsay.

However, the real stars are the golf courses. The region is blessed with an abundance of brilliant layouts both by the sea and further inland.

We’ve handpicked what we believe to be the courses that no visitor to this part of the country should overlook. How many of them have you played? More importantly, which one do you plan on playing next?

Hit the NEXT button below to check them out.

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Visitors are asked to be aware of the latest government restrictions relating to Covid-19. For more information go to the Scottish Government website and the VisitScotland website.

 

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