Golf in Aberdeen City and Shire

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  • A view down one of the holes at Braemar Golf Club
    Braemar Golf Course, Royal Deeside
  • Wide shot of golfers playing at the King's Links Golf Course at the beach front in Aberdeen
    The King's Links Golf Course
  • A view of Stonehaven bay from one of the holes on Stonhaven Golf Course
    Stonehaven Golf Club, Aberdeenshire

Aberdeen City and Shire has an incredibly rich golfing heritage and is home to over 50 courses, including a range of stunning links and lush parkland venues.

Hazlehead No. 1 is a terrific parkland course and widely regarded as one of the best courses in the north east of Scotland. Designed by Dr Alistair MacKenzie, this course provides a real test of your shot-making skills with gorse and woodland hazards for any wayward strokes. Royal Aberdeen is the sixth oldest golf club in the world and venue for The Scottish Open in 2014. The outward nine of Royal Aberdeen’s revered Balgownie Links is believed to be among the best stretches of links golf in the world.

Further up the coast lies Fraserburgh, the seventh oldest golf club in the world, which was founded back in 1777. Enjoy a true slice of golfing history by playing among the huge sand dunes which make for an epic experience. Braemar Golf Club is the highest 18-hole course in Britain, with fine greens and magnificent views at around 1,200 feet above sea level.

Stonehaven is a cliff-top course with some dramatic short holes played over deep gullies and beautiful greens. Enjoy astonishing views across the North Sea and also see Dunnottar Castle, an ancient fortress in the most dramatic of settings. The Trump International Golf Links on the stunning Aberdeenshire coast is said to be one of the most ambitious golf courses ever created.

Check out the Aberdeen City and Shire golf guide and suggested itineraries for more inspiration.When booking your accommodation remember to look out for the Golfers Welcome scheme. They accredit accommodation providers that offer dedicated golf facilities like secure club storage, weather updates and details of local golf suppliers.

Browse the list below for more golf courses in Aberdeen City and Shire.

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  1. Kintore Golf Course

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    Kemnay

    Kintore is predominantly heathland in nature and covers a large area of land from the Don Basin, near the Clubhouse, to mature woodland at the far perimeters.

  2. The Royal Deeside Golf Classic

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    Sport & Leisure

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    Royal Deeside

    Interesting and challenging golf courses to take part in or spectate.

    Dates

    28 Jul 2014 to 1 Aug 2014
  3. Torphins Golf Club

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    Golf Courses

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    Banchory

    Torphins golf course is a hilly, inland parkland course with magnificent views of the Highlands. A nine-holer, it is mostly famous for its good greens.

  4. Hazlehead No.1 Golf Course

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    Golf Courses

    Gradings

    Aberdeen

    Parkland, 18 holes, 6,224 yards, SSS 70, Par 70 Pricing Information: Weekday Round: £15 Weekday Day Ticket: £22.

  5. Gradings

    Newburgh, Aberdeenshire

    Newburgh-on-Ythan Golf Club was founded in 1888 and was originally a nine hole course laid out on the Newburgh Links which is located along the River Ythan estuary and the coastal dunes.

  6. Golfers Scotland

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    Golf Tour

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    Banchory

    Welcome to Golfers Scotland.

  7. Insch Golf Club

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    Golf Courses

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    Insch

    Course changed from nine holes to 18 in 1997.

  8. Braemar Golf Course

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    Golf Courses

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    Braemar

    Braemar Golf Club is Scotland's highest 18 hole course yet and you won't need your climbing boots to play the course.

  9. Lumphanan Golf Club

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    Golf Courses

    Gradings

    Banchory

    The spectacular views across Royal Deeside from Lumphanan course adds to the overall golf experience.

  10. Craibstone Golf Club

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    Golf Courses

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    Aberdeen Airport

    Unlike other new developments that have sprung up in the past decade, Craibstone has somehow eluded the teething problems that befall many new courses.

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