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Alyth was established over 100 years ago with Old Tom Morris and James Braid both playing their part in the course design. The tree lined fairways and rolling terrain overlook the local hills and make for an enjoyable and testing challenge even for low handicappers.
A typical links course, Arbroath is located only a 10 minute drive from Carnoustie. Subtle undulations over its entire length make it easily playable although any wind coming off the water or from the west will influence play considerably.
Brechin is a beautifully scenic golf course with a fantastic variation of holes for golfers of all abilities. We are renowned for our lush green fairways and fantastic putting surfaces and after your round enjoy warm hospitality in our modern clubhouse with first class catering.
Opened some 20 years ago on land purchased from the Ministry of Defence (each hole is named after a famous battle). Designed by Peter Allis and Davis Thomas, it is far shorter than either the Championship or the Burnside with seven Par 3's and only one Par 5. As would be expected given its location it is an excellent example of Links golf with holes 7, 9, 11 & 12 testing every golfer’s ability to ...
Although a previous Open qualifying venue, it is often overshadowed by its illustrious neighbour. Many of the short holes would grace any links course with the 5th and 14th in particular providing dramatic challenges for players who strive to gain their Par 3. The finish is also strong with the 17th proving to be one of the hardest Par 4’s that can be found anywhere and many a score has been ruine ...
A truly classic links course, Carnoustie has hosted six Open Championships since 1931 and is soon to play host once again in 2018. It has also been confirmed as the host venue of the 2016 Seniors Open Championship. As one of the oldest courses in the world, it has been played by all the great names of golf, but Ben Hogan’s memorable 1953 performance has led to a close association with the course. ...
The course is considered a challenge to all abilities with a standard scratch of 70 from the yellow tees, 73 from the white/ championship tees and 75 from the ladies red tees. Set in stunning parkland on the outskirts of Dundee, it is a golfing experience everyone should try. In 1999 Downfield Golf Club hosted the Open Final Qualifying for the first time in its history and proved a great venue for ...
Edzell Golf Club lies at the gateway to the Grampians in the foothills of the Angus Glens. Indeed the mountains form a backdrop to this lovely heathland/parkland course. The course is located in the beautiful village of Edzell, midway between the cities of Dundee and Aberdeen. The original course was laid out in 1895 by Bob Simpson, top golf course architect of his day. In 1933/34 the course was r ...
Forfar golf course is a wooded heathland course laid out by four time Open Champion, Old Tom Morris of St Andrews, in 1871 with alterations made in 1926 by James Braid. Its immaculate presentation and undulating fairways provide a unique challenge.
A modern structure of gleaming glass and steel, this offers a contemporary base for your visit to Carnoustie Country. The hotel is situated right in the busy heart of Dundee, with restaurants and buzzing nightlife on the doorstep.
Monifieth’s second course, the Ashludie was originally designed by William Park from Musselburgh and despite its short stature, it can be quite challenging.
Established in 1643, the Medal course, an Open qualifier, is a combination of parkland and links, featuring deep revetted bunkers. Monifieth Medal offers large greens that are normally hard, fast and true. Well grassed narrow running fairways, lush semi-rough, penal heavy rough and some very clever and deep bunkering, make it hard to score. Monifieth Medal course is extremely underrated, and is ...
In addition to the Medal course, Montrose can boast a second 18-hole course - Broomfield, maintained to the same high standard. Extended from nine to 18 holes in 1915 the Broomfield course offers families, juniors and beginners the opportunity to enjoy a real Scottish links golf experience. Because of the flat nature of the course, walking is easy, making it ideal for parties looking to play 36 ...
There has been golf played on the links of Montrose for more than four centuries although back then it was a rudimentary form of the game. It is recorded that James Melville, a student at St Andrews University, had golf lessons in 1562 on the links although it would be almost another 250 years before organised golf came to Montrose with the formation of the Montrose Golf Club in 1810. At one stage ...
The original Panmure Gold Club shared the links of Monifieth - nine holes originally laid out by Allan Robertson and Alexander Pirie in 1845 - but congestion on the course forced the Panmure men to move to their present location at Barry close to the championship links of Carnoustie on the Angus coast. Huge sand dunes and rolling links land were there in abundance. The hand of Old Tom Morris from ...
Situated just 15 minutes' drive from the town of St Andrews, Scotscraig is pleasant but testing course that's a mix of heathland and links. It is used as a final qualifying venue when the Open Championship returns to the Old Course, St Andrews. Its inviting blend of heathland and links stems from the fact there are more trees than would normally be found on a links, although its relatively close p ...
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