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Published on Feb 16, 2017
Watch golf professional Heather MacRae as she describes what it’s like to play in Scotland, the Home of Golf.
Born and raised in the lush Stirling area, the PGA qualified tour player developed her love of golf when she was young, and spent many long summer days practicing her skills on the golf course with her brother.
Golf has been a huge part of Heather’s life since she started playing at just ten 10 years old. Her talent began to flourish at Dunblane New Golf Club, a stunning, James Braid-designed parkland course, which is located just north of Stirling.
Join Heather on the course at Dunblane as she describes why she loves playing golf with her family before travelling to the famous Kings Course at Gleneagles, one of her favourite places to play.
Having hosted the Ryder Cup in 2014, and with the Solheim Cup still to come in 2019, Gleneagles boasts a long legacy of hosting world-class tournaments, and many famous golfers have walked along its illustrious fairways.
As the Home of Golf, Scotland has so much to offer. The country is packed with beautiful parkland courses that offer panoramic views of majestic countryside, and jaw-dropping links courses which are laid out right on the coast.
Nothing compares to playing a round of golf in the country that gave the game to the world. Come and experience it for yourself.
Scotland. A spirit of its own.
Music composed by Giles Lamb and performed by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.