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Fore! - When We Play
On the whole, the Scottish golfing season starts in April and runs to mid-October. Links courses, however, can generally be played throughout the year.

Due to Scotland's island climate, the best weather is often found in the months of May and September when clearer skies and more moderate temperatures make it ideal for golf. The countryside too is at its best during these months with the whins (or gorse bushes) that are such a feature of many Scottish links courses in full bloom.

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