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The Golf Course is a unique tile improvement of the Scottish civilization in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall. It cannot be placed on Desert or Desert Hills tiles.

StrategyEdit

Golf Courses bring revenue and happiness to the cities in which they're built, as well as Housing6 Housing in the Information Era. For maximum Civ6Culture Culture bonuses, build them next to City Centers and Entertainment Complexes. However, remember the main selling point of the Golf Course is Amenities6 Amenity, and because its (up to) 2 Civ6Culture Culture per city is way too insignificant at this point of the game, don't go out of your way to build Entertainment Complexes, as they are often not worth your production and a district slot just for 1 extra Civ6Culture Culture. Also, City Center adjacent tiles are also often very valuable, because they are the site for many powerful Wonders, most notably the Forbidden City, and in order to maximize the number of tiles receiving the Appeal bonus, it is often advised to just ignore the Civ6Culture Culture bonus and build Golf Courses away from the City Center. By doing that, the Golf Courses still fulfill their sole purpose that Scotland cares about: supplying Amenities6 Amenity without requiring citizens to work their tiles.

Golf Courses raise the Appeal of adjacent tiles and can even be built on Tundra and Snow, which tend to have higher Appeal than other types of terrain. This can help the Scots create places for National Parks if they need Tourism6 Tourism or additional Amenities6 Amenities.

Civilopedia entryEdit

There is one singular, undeniable historical constant: people have always enjoyed hitting balls with sticks. Scotland’s turf happened to be a perfect place to hit balls with sticks across large stretches of land. Thus “golf,” which means, “hitting a ball with a stick across a large stretch of land.” Golf courses became the stretches of land in question, frustrating generations of golfers with sand traps, lakes, the rough, and drops from highlands.

Golf (as played today) managed to survive and thrive despite various attempts at banning the sport, by people such as King James II (who the Scots rightly ignored) and even the Scottish Church, who did not want it played during holy days. The Church’s larger complaint was with golfers playing in churchyards, which were a very particular sort of hazard.

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Related achievementsEdit

Steam achievement Mulligan (Civ6)
Mulligan
Build a Golf Course in a tile where you had previously attempted to build a Wonder, but got beaten to the Wonder by another Civ
A reference to the call in golf to redo a poor shot and not have it count on the score card.
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