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Golf Courses in North East

Golf Courses in North East

The North East of Scotland is a large triangle of land thrusting into the North Sea, including the county of Angus and the city of Dundee to the south and, beyond the Grampian Mountains, the counties of Aberdeenshire and Moray and the city of Aberdeen.

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Cruden Bay Golf Club

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Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, North East

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.

Murcar Links Golf Club

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Bridge of Don, North East

The 27-hole Murcar Links Golf Club (Est. 1909) is situated on the coast north of Aberdeen on a classic stretch of links land with huge sand dunes, crumpled fairways, whins, burns and heather. Murcar frequently features in the Top 100 courses in the UK and the VisitScotland Top 40 Great Scottish Links Collection.

Stonehaven Golf Club

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Stonehaven, North East

The 18-hole Stonehaven Golf Club (founded 1888) in Kincardineshire in the North-East of Scotland. Situated on the Aberdeenshire coast it is considered as one of the most dramatic and scenic golf courses in the region. The parkland course overlooks the North Sea.

Trump International Golf Links

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Balmedie, North East

The 18-hole Trump International Golf Links close to Balmedie north of Aberdeen is one of the great championship links golf courses. Enjoy the beautiful and challenging golf course on a dramatic coastline with panoramic views of the North Sea.

Aboyne Loch Golf Centre

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Aboyne, North East

The 9-hole Aboyne Loch Golf Centre in Royal Deeside west of Aberdeen is part of the 4-star Golf & Spa Resort The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne. The course is set in spectacular scenery on a south facing site beside the Loch of Aboyne

Ballater Golf Club

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Ballater, North East

The 18-hole Ballater Golf Club (1892) is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Upper Deeside in North East Scotland. Originally the heathland golf course with some distinct parkland characteristics was founded as a nine hole course, on land owned by the laird of Invercauld. Ballater and its golf course lie within a circle of hills with glorious views.

Aboyne Golf Club

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Aboyne, North East

The 18-hole Aboyne Golf Club (founded in 1883) is the oldest golf club on Royal Deeside in Aberdeenshire. The excellent golf course is a testing is a mix of rolling parkland with inviting fairways and elevated links-like heathland set in beautiful highland surroundings. Aboyne Golf Club hosted the Scottish Womens County Finals in 2016 . 

Cullen Links Golf Club

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The Royal Burgh Of Cullen, North East

The 18-hole Cullen Links Golf Club (founded 1870) is located in Cullen between Aberdeen and Inverness on the Moray Firth Coast. The classic links course was originally designed by Old Tom Morris and later extended to 18 holes. As a traditional seaside links course it offers many blind shots and great views of the coastline, Cullen Bay and beyond.

Newmachar Golf Club

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Newmachar, Aberdeen, North East

The 36-hole Newmachar Golf Club (opened in 1990) is located on the outskirts of Aberdeen, only five miles from the international airport and the village of Dyce. The Newmachar Golf Club offers two beautiful classic inland courses - Hawkshill Course and Swailend Course. Host of the Scottish Seniors Open.

Oldmeldrum Golf Club

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Oldmeldrum, Inverurie, North East

The 18-hole Oldmeldrum Golf Club in the North East of Scotland close to Inverurie is a historic golf club with a classic inland parkland course and a modern golfing venue at the same time. Enjoy a beautiful landscape with breathtaking sights.

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

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Bridge of Don, North East

The 36-hole Royal Aberdeen Golf Club (founded 1780) in Aberdeen, later moved across the River Don to the links at Balgownie. It is number six in the league table of golf course antiquity. Royal Aberdeen offers two great golf courses, the famous Balgownie Links and the Silverburn Course.