The Kingsbarn Golf Links in County Fife, Scotland, was designed by Mark Parsinen and Kyle Phillips, who worked with the natural shape of the land to create a course that imitates links of old. The designers incorporated some of the original layout of a nine-hole course which was played at this site in the 1790s into the current design. This photo of a red flag against the clear blue sky was taken by Golf World Senior Editor Bill Fields and appears courtesy of the Golf Digest Resource Center. The course ranked No. 17 in Golf Digest's 100 Greatest Courses Outside the USA 2007-'08 list.
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