Category Archives: Willie Fernie

75. Arbroath. 6 May 2018.

A must visit course for US Historians, fish lovers and record book chasers!        Round £40.   Par 70.  Value (out of 5) – 4 Arbroath is the largest town in Angus and it’s golf course sits about 2 miles … Continue reading

Posted in 18 holes, 1851 - 1900, 4 star, 4.5 star, Course Architech, Course Owned By, Course Quality, Course Type, Dundee & Angus, Holes, James Braid, Links, Local Authority, Old Tom Morris, Overall Value, Price, Region, When Course Established, Willie Fernie, £40 - £59 | Comments Off on 75. Arbroath. 6 May 2018.

53. Stirling. 19th Sep 2016.

“Camera’s Please” at this historically located parkland course with  outstanding views. Round £45.  Par 72.  Value (out of 5) 4  If you play at Stirling remember to take a camera.  There are spectacular views of Stirling, it’s castle and other historic … Continue reading

Posted in 18 holes, 1851 - 1900, 4 star, 4 star, Course Architech, Course Owned By, Course Quality, Course Type, Holes, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & the Forth Valley, Members, Overall Value, Parkland, Price, Region, Sir Henry Cotton, Tom Morris Junior, When Course Established, Willie Fernie, £40 - £59 | Comments Off on 53. Stirling. 19th Sep 2016.

22. Kinghorn. 14th July 2015

Small Historical Links Challenge at a Bargain Price Summary:  Round weekday £18; weekend £22 .   Par 65.  Value (out of 5) – 4 Detail:   Kinghorn Golf Club, was founded in 1887, with the initial 9 holes being designed by Old Tom Morris – the remaining 9 holes were laid … Continue reading

Posted in 18 holes, 1851 - 1900, 3 star, 4 star, Course Architech, Course Owned By, Course Quality, Course Type, Holes, Links, Old Tom Morris, Overall Value, Price, Region, The Kingdom of Fife, Trust, under £20, When Course Established, Willie Fernie | Comments Off on 22. Kinghorn. 14th July 2015