The Scottish Golf Show

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The Scottish Golf Show
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Genre Sport, Golf
Narrated by Iain Anderson
Country of origin Scotland
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 7
Production
Running time 30 minutes
(including adverts)
Production company(s) Midas Multimedia,
STV Productions
(Grampian TV)
Release
Original network STV
Original release 2005

The Scottish Golf Show is a Scottish television series, which aired on Scottish TV and Grampian TV (now both known as STV).

The Scottish Golf Show was narrated by Iain Anderson and produced, directed & edited by Scott Brown. The series was first broadcast in 2005, and was re-aired in 2006, and again in May 2009 on STV.

Episode guide/synopsis[edit]

Episode 1[edit]

An overview of Scotland's golf courses, beginning with arguably the most famous of them all — St Andrews. The exclusive Royal and Ancient Golf Club opens its doors and the origins of the game are explored at the British Golf Museum.

Episode 2[edit]

This edition features one of Scotland's premier venues - the championship course at Royal Troon, and takes a look at some of the other major courses in Ayrshire.

Episode 3[edit]

This edition features the Open Championship venue at Carnoustie, and some of the hidden gems along the east coast.

Episode 4[edit]

The show visits Royal Dornoch. Graeme Baxter talks about the art of golf, and we take a look behind the scenes at Elmwood College in Fife where students from all over the world come to learn the art of gamekeeping.

Episode 5[edit]

In this edition The Scottish Golf Show opens with some action at Gleneagles in Perthshire.

Episode 6[edit]

This edition opens at Turnberry in Ayrshire, where Colin Montgomerie shows us round his Links Golf Academy.

Episode 7[edit]

The oldest golf club in the world, Muirfield - home of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers.

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