A few comments.
I personally have no desire to play such a private venue, even though it is only 90 minutes from me. There are obviously a lot of good courses about and wealthy people can do what they want with regards a playground for them and their mates - but I am not attracted to the idea of a ‘one time only’ experience. For me it goes against the ethos of Scottish golf, that is accessible to all.
As for the Scottish Open - scoring looks like it will be very low. Over here we have had really good grass growing weather - decent amounts of rain and sunshine, leading to lush golf courses with softer conditions than would be ideal for tournament play, especially at a links.
Generally with the Scottish Open, they are happy to set it up for Birdies. People don’t want to get chewed up the week before the Open and if there isn’t much wind - which looks to be the case - the course is going to be extremely gettable this week.
Edit to add - I also don’t get the ‘strategy’ from Scottish golf folks to select this as a tournament venue. Given the lack of access, it is going to do very little for our tourism industry in terms of getting people to come and play. There are plenty other links courses around Scotland that would look great on TV and that are accessible for people who see it and want to add it to their itinerary - Royal Aberdeen being one that hosted in 2014 and hasn’t been back for some reason.