This page contains links to websites that offer more detailed information about the three golf courses at Carnoustie Links, and also includes places of special interest in the Angus region.
Carnoustie Caledonia Golf Club: The Caledonia Club website provides history and information about the town's three courses and the formation of the Caley itself.
Royal & Ancient: The online 'home of golf' offers a comprehensive range of information and services about the sport.
Open Championship: Visit the official Open website to get up-to-date information about tickets, prices, dates, playing schedules, etc.
Barry Mill: With the original machinery now fully restored, this water-powered mill offers visitors the chance to see how oatmeal was produced during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Arbroath Abbey: Founded by King William (the Lion) of Scotland in 1178, the Abbey is most famous as the place where the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320.
The House of Dun: This early 18th Century stately home was owned by Jacobite sympathisers, and the house's decor contains cryptic messages of support for the deposed Stuart dynasty.
The Lewis Grassic Gibbon Centre: Dedicated to the memory of the Mearns-born writer, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, the museum is located in the Kincardineshire village where his classic novel Sunset Song is set.
National Trust for Scotland: The NTS website provides information about stately homes and areas of outstanding natural beauty in Scotland.
Angus Council: The council website is an information gateway for learning more about the Angus region.
First Scotrail: Check the latest rail travel information and buy rail train tickets online at the First Scotrail website.
11 Park Avenue: Just across the street from Park House, 11 Park Avenue is a popular restaurant that offers customers a high quality dining experience in very pleasant surroundings.