The 27-holes Cruden Bay Golf Club (1899) is situated on the east coast of Scotland, north of Aberdeen close to the fishing town of Peterhead. Cruden Bay offers a traditional Scottish links golf course, which was originally designed by Tom Morris and Archie Simpson. The 18-hole championship course with stunning panoramic views creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement. The memorable championship course sits next to a spectacular golden sandy beach.
In 2013 it was ranked No. 54 Best Course in the world by Links Magazine and 70th IN THE WORLD in Golf Digest Top 100 (2013-2014).
The 9-Hole St Olaf Course is also a a true links golf course and a lovely test of golf with beautifully shaped and well protected greens. Ideal for practicing or golf beginners to learn everything about shot-making and course management.
White: 6287 yards, SSS 71
Yellow: 5850 yards, SSS 69
Red: 5722 yards, SSS 74
Blue: 6599 yards, SSS 73
Aulton Road , AB42 0NN Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire