Monday, 14 January 2019

The Official Unofficial Golf Guide to Scotland

Scotland is The Home of Golf and we invited film maker Erik Anders Lang along to make the most epic series to date.

Playing over 24 courses in 16 days throughout the whole of Scotland! Exhausting just thinking about it! The guys played courses in Ayrshire, East Lothian, Fife, Angus, Aberdeenshire, The Highlands and Perthshire on this mammoth golf trip.

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Erik had this to say "Filled with emotion to share the news that we are going to Scotland to represent the Home of Golf. A two week trip around the magical home of Braveheart is something i've wanted to do for years. It's my favourite place on earth"
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Well Erik you did not disappoint, Erik's vlogs are now live on his YouTube page and will be filling you with content until many weeks to come.







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