Loch Lomond is so stunning that nothing we can say, and no picture we can show you could possibly do it justice!
Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, and opened in 1993, Loch Lomond was instantly hailed as a classic.
The setting is beyond compare, utterly spectacular! Loch Lomond hosted several Scottish Open Championships.
But it is just about impossible for non-members to get a game here! You'll just have to admire it from afar!
Gleneagles (Kings Course) is arguably the finest inland course in Scotland.
The (British) Open Championship is only played on coastal links courses - but if they ever played it inland,
Gleneagles would certainly be one of the favourites to host it. Set amid some of Scotland's finest mountain and forest
scenery, The Kings Course at Gleneagles is an absolute must visit for lovers of truly great golf courses.
The new course at Gleneagles is scheduled to host the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Nobody on our panel of judges has actually played at Muirfield -
but we have included it in our Top 10 because we are too darn scared to leave it out!
Muirfield is home to The Houourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers - who, in 1744 created the first ever "Rules of Golf".
Muirfield has the reputation for being "As close to perfection as a golf course can be!"
Jack Nicklaus was so impressed by this course that he named his own course (Muirfield Village) in its honour.
Until recently the only way for non-members to play here - was to qualify for The Open Championship!
These days, Muirfield generously allocates a handful of starting times to non-members on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The Top Ten 10 Golf Courses in Scotland - Loch Lomond
The Top Ten 10 Golf Courses in Scotland - Gleneagles
The Top Ten 10 Golf Courses in Scotland - Muirfield
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