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Local Golf-Related Developments - built, under construction or approved
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Fairmont Hotel and Golf Resort (originally known as St Andrews Bay Resort), Kingask   more

  Hotel complex, chalets, golf courses, clubhouse (open) - steading complex, including spa (never developed as proposed)

Gateway Centre, St Andrews   more

  Failed university/golf complex purchased by university at knock down price (open)

Golf Resorts International, Craigtoun   more

  Duke's golf course (open) - leisure complex, 34 residential units (approved 2003, not yet built)

Kingsbarns Golf Links, Cambo   more

  'Manufactured' links course on leased land, partly funded by loan from R&A (open)

St Andrews Grand (Hamilton Hall), St Andrews   more

  Exclusive enclave of 23 luxury residences on the site of Hamilton Hall (not yet developed)

St Andrews Links Trust Courses   more

  Old, New, Jubilee, Eden, Strathtyrum, Balgove - neighbouring 'true' links courses (open)

St Andrews Links Trust Golf Course No 7 - Castle Course, Kinkell   more

  Remote non-links relief golf course (open)

Yellowstone Club World (St Andrews International Golf Club), Feddinch   more

  Very exclusive and private residential golf club - with leisure complex (awaiting detailed plans)

Local Golf-Related Developments - proposed
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Feddinch (original) - Golf and Leisure Complex   more

  Massive leisure complex - Carnoustie based developer (application withdrawn)

Scooniehill - St Andrews International Golf Club   more

  Leisure complex with golf (original and revised proposals rejected - appeal rejected)

Strathtyrum (original) - Golf Complex   more

  Golf-related proposal (never actually submitted for OPP)

Strathtyrum (latest) - Headon Developments - Housing with Golf   more

  Massive scheme (not yet submitted)

Other Local Golf-Related Schemes

Golf in the Kingdom   more

  Possible location for Warner Brothers film

Other Scottish Golf-Related Developments
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Archerfield Leisure Complex, North Berwick   more

  Hotel, 3 golf courses, health spa, planning permission for housing and golf course

Brunston Castle Golf Course, Girvan   more

  Golf course, clubhouse, shop, bar, restaurant, conference room

Cardrona Village, Peebles   more

  Initially a tourist-led project - but now a huge luxury housing scheme, with golf and hotel

Carnegie Club, Skibo Castle, Dornoch   more

  Golf courses, fishing, shooting, other country pursuits

Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel, Angus   more

  Hotel with control over tee-times on the 'public' championship course

Drumoig Golf Development   more

  Scottish National Golf Centre, Hotel, Housing estate, Golf course, Indoor golf

Ecclesgreig, St Cyrus   more

  Proposed tourist development with hotel - lapsed planning permission for 3 golf courses

Gleneagles Golf and Leisure Resort   more

  Hotel, spa, conference, golf, shooting, fishing, shops - plans to create luxury holiday 'village'

Loch Lomond Golf Club   more

  Exclusive Golf Club - host of Scottish Open

Muirfield Golf Club   more

  Men-only Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers - hoped to stage 2009 Ryder Cup

Piperdam Golf and Country Park, Birkhill, Angus   more

  Golf-related leisure development with housing - now offering cheap golf

The Roxburghe, Kelso   more

  Golf club

Trump International Golf Links Scotland, Menie Estate, Aberdeenshire   more

  "Elaborate golfing, hotel and residential complex" -

Tullybannocher Golf Club, Comrie   more

  Golf course, driving range, clubhouse

Watson Medlock Developments, West Lothian   more

  Golf course, clubhouse, hotel, academy, 36 luxury houses

A map showing local golf-related developments and courses can be found here

Coverage of issues arising from golf-related development can be found here

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