The original Duff House Golf Club was formally constituted on 1st March 1910 to a plan by the late James Braid. The brilliant Golf Architect Dr. Alister Mackenzie (who later went on to design the World famous “Augusta National”) redesigned the course in 1923, finishing the project in 1924.
The course is a flat, beautifully manicured parkland course with little rough. The large “Mackenzie” two-tiered greens, many well positioned bunkers and trees make the course a severe but fair challenge to golfers of all abilities.
The North East of Scotland is renowned for its rugged beauty and the course at Royal Tarlair is no exception. Situated in the town of Macduff, the course commands panoramic views of the coastline.
A cliff top parkland course which certainly presents a challenge for the more serious golfer,and offers enjoyable golf in an ideal setting for the not so serious. A warm welcome awaits all visitors to Royal Tarlair and all we ask of you is to enjoy your golf while here.
Cullen was founded in 1870 and designed by Old Tom Morris. The course is centrally situated between Aberdeen & Inverness on the Moray Firth Coast. The course is 4,597 yards long and has a Par of 63.
Cullen must lay claim to the most remarkable site for a golf course in Europe. There is not a lot of room within this amazing environment for Cullen’s 18 holes, with the course playing it’s outward nine close to the cliffs before doing an about-turn with the inward nine playing back at beach level. At 4,597 yards long, it does manage to fit in a 510-yard par-five 15th. A traditional seaside links course incorporating many blind shots Cullen offers great views of the coastline, Cullen Bay and beyond.
7th Oldest Club in the World Est. 1777
Take a brief drive from Banff along the North East Aberdeenshire coast and you will find a totally unspoiled, good old fashioned traditional links layout. If you are looking for a genuine slice of real Scottish golf history in an informal relaxed, welcoming setting at very reasonable green fee, this is it..
Be prepared for an invigorating ride around Fraserburgh's substantial sand dunes and an experience reminiscent of how golf must have been more than a century ago. Wildly undulating fairways, sand hills, wonderful views and some truly spectacular holes makes Fraserburgh a true links adventure from start to finish.
Over a hundred years old, this Inland course has tight fairways lined with mature trees, with the added interest of water, undulating greens and well-placed bunkers, offering a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
Panoramic views of the Deveron Valley can be enjoyed from the comfortable lounge and dining room.