Braemar Golf Club
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The Place of Dreams
Okay so you are nestled in the largest national park in Great Britan, the views are spectacular. You can see locals practicing chipping alone. It's a lonely gem, sitting there a few miles from Balmoral castle. If you golf for scenery this place is one of the best. It made me want to own a set of wooden sticks and a sewn golf ball. There are sheep on the course, now if you like a challenging course, with manageable distance, and want to enjoy something akin to a fairy tale round of golf, this is the place. The remoteness and scenery and people make this course a place you never want to leave. Get a tee time around 4 pm, and let the sunset on the mountains as you finish your round then enjoy a perfect single malt and some grub like they did when golf was invented. All the charm of St andrews and non of the crowd.