No golf did not originate in Iceland, to my knowledge it originated in Scotland.
St Andrews is referred to as the Home of Golf
The United Kingdom
gentlemen only ladies forbidden
Golf originated in The Netherlands sometime around 1297. It has often been argued that Golf originated from Scotland, but this is not true. Golf came to Scotland in the mid 1400s.
From Scotland but some say holland and many other places
== == No. It comes from the Latin word "par" meaning "equal".
Edinburgh. Surviving records indicate that the first game of golf was played at Bruntsfield Links, in Edinburgh, Scotland, in A.D. 1456.
It is said that when the Scots popularized the game, it was termed Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden.
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The first game of golf for which records survive was played at Bruntsfield Links, in Edinburgh, Scotland, in A.D. 1456, recorded in the archives of the Edinburgh Burgess Golfing Society, now The Royal Burgess Golfing Society. Scholars have claimed references to a form of golf from hieroglyphs found on stone tablets dating to ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. Golf is a game the exact origins of which are unclear. The origin of golf is open to debate as to being Dutch or Scottish. However, the most accepted golf history theory is that golf (as practised today) originated from Scotland in the 1100s