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The Scottish Golf Show

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The Scottish Golf Show
Scottishgolfshowtitlecard.jpg
GenreSport, Golf
Narrated byIain Anderson
Country of originScotland
No. of series1
No. of episodes7
Production
Running time30 minutes
(including adverts)
Production company(s)Midas Multimedia,
STV Studios
(Grampian TV)
Release
Original networkSTV
Original release2005 (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

Episode 1

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

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

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

Episode 4

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

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

Episode 6

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

Episode 7

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

External links

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