Fraserburgh Golf Club A natural links course playable all year round.
The course is renowned for its undulating fairways protected by the dunes and sand hills that fringe the length of Fraserburgh Bay and offers fine panoramic views particularly from the 3rd tee with a spectacular vista of sand, sea, links and the Buchan landscape and is situated only 45 minutes drive from Aberdeen.
Following receipt of documents from the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh it has been firmly established that Fraserburgh Golf Club was founded on 14th April 1777. According to display boards in British Golf Museum, St Andrews Fraserburgh Golf Club is the 5th oldest golf club in Scotland and the 7th oldest in the world and it would appear to be the oldest golf club in the world which is still operating under its original name. The course was redesigned in 1922 by 5 times Open Championship winner James Braid and much of his design remains to this day.
Type of Course: Links
Holes: 18 hole Corbiehill Course & 9 hole Rosehill course
Length: 6308 yds and 4832 yds
Par/SSS: 70/71 and 66/63
Catering: Full bar and Restaurant
Date established: 1777
Free parking on site. On public transport route.