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Scottish golf like you’ve never seen it before

3.57pm 31st July 2020 - Media

The Links Diary is a new golf lifestyle journal which is setting out to show the finest images and stories from golf across Scotland. This magazine will bring a richness to the golfing experience by showcasing the people and course vistas that make the game so special.

The Links Diary is a celebration of the past and present of Scotland, the home of golf.

We’re proud to live and play in the home of golf and we want to share our passion for Scottish golf with the world. We have had hundreds of people sign-up to see our first digital edition so there is a clear appetite for this content.

We believe the Links Diary will be a great new angle on the normal golfing magazine. It encourages you to settle down in your comfiest chair and tells you the stories behind those courses you’ve either played or secretly wish to, both famous and hidden gems, their history and their design nuances, and describes their stunning and captivating scenery in such a way that you can almost smell the seaweed and the salt, bringing Scotland’s golfing links alive for you as you turn each page. And apart from that, it’s got some amazing photography that takes you right to the heart of the game. Buy yourself an electric fan, switch it on and point it at yourself, grab a coffee and dream.

The team behind The Links Diary is Jamie Darling, Graeme McCubbin, Stuart Currie and Kenny Pallas. The first edition will be launched in a limited print run and online as an e-publication. The first digital edition of the magazine has launched today (31st July) and more information can be found at


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