And Who Said Scots Were Cheap?

If you’re heading to Scotland in the next few months—our congratulations if you are—consider a visit to the Mull of Kintyre off the west coast (across the Firth of Clyde from Turnberry) and rounds at two classic courses, the nearly 140-year-old Machrihanish Golf Club, designed by Old Tom Morris, and the four-year-old Machrihanish Dunes, designed by David McLay Kidd. Besides two great golf experiences, the round at Mach Dunes could win you $1 million. Between now and October 15, golfers who sign in at the pro shop and play a full 18 will be automatically registered for random drawings that will pick four finalists for a hole-in-one shootout. Each of the four will then get one shot on the beautiful, 167-yard 14th hole (shown above). There’s a little more to it than that, of course, and all the details are on the club’s website. But honestly, even if you don’t win the money, the chance to play these two courses is, to coin a phrase, priceless. Good luck.




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