Useful Links

Links to Other Golfing Websites

ANGUS COUNTY GOLF ASSOCIATION
The county association for male golfers in Angus.

CARNOUSTIE COUNTRY
Information on golf courses and events in Carnoustie Country.

CONGU
The Council of National Golf Unions Limited (CONGU®) is the authorising body of the only official handicap for golfers’ resident in Great Britain and Ireland.

HOW DID I DO
Club 2000 Results and information website; Clubs, Handicaps etc.

KING JAMES V1 GC, PERTH
Letham Grange GC has a reciprocal arrangement with King James V1 Golf Club in Perth.
The Golf Club was Founded in 1858 nearby at Perth’s South Inch, but relocated to its current home on Moncreiffe Island in 1897. Purpose-built, and believed to be the only Inland Island Golf Course in the country, it was designed by ‘Old’ Tom Morris, the legendary winner of multiple British Open Golf Championships.  With a warm welcome assured, the facilities at the club make it a very popular venue for casual visitors and visiting golf societies alike. Telephone;

ROYAL AND ANCIENT GOLF CLUB
World amateur golf ranking and management of the Open and Amateur ranking events.

SCOTTISH GOLF COURSES
If you want to know where to play golf in Scotland, if you want to keep up-to-date with the latest Scottish golf news, if you want to find out what golf equipment is the talk of the clubhouses around Scotland, then scottishgolfcourses.com is the site for you.

SCOTTISH GOLF
Events, Club Services, Performance Handicapping including Central Database of Handicaps, and it now includes the Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association, which was founded in 1904 to “further the interests of the Scottish Ladies’ Golf Championship and to be responsible for any deficiency in the funds”.

STONEHAVEN GOLF CLUB
Letham Grange GC has a reciprocal arrangement with Stonehaven Golf Club.
Stonehaven Golf Club overlooks the North Sea and the harbour town of Stonehaven. Just 15 miles south of Aberdeen and 5 miles from the new town of Chapleton of Elsick. It is easily accessible by road, rail and air, lying in the gateway to Royal Deeside, one of Scotland’s most popular tourist areas.  Telephone; (General Enquiries): 01569 762124a