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.
Newburgh-on-Ythan Golf Club is 12 miles north of Aberdeen and just 2 miles north of Trump Scotland. Situated on the Udny and Foveran Links mid-way between Royal Aberdeen (the venue of the 2014 Scottish Open) and Cruden Bay on the Ythan Estuary, and overlooking the North Sea and Sands of Forvie National Nature Reserve.
The club was founded in 1888, but has a modern clubhouse opened in 2001 by the 1999 Open Champion Paul Lawrie and has stunning views over the estuary and the dunes of the nature reserve. Wildlife abounds on the course and the adjacent estuary, there is a breeding colony of terns and eider ducks, and a large population of seals.
The 18 hole, par 72, CSS 72, Championship Links course measures 6423 yards and has great variety with every hole presenting a different challenge. Golf World ranked us 32nd in their Top 100 courses Fun Courses in Great Britain and Ireland behind North Berwick and Cruden Bay, as well as 68th in their Top 100 Scottish Courses (6th in Aberdeen City and Shire).
*6 hole Foveran course
*9 hole Putting Green
*Indoor Swing Studio
*Free Wireless Network Access
*Visitors welcome weekdays and weekends
*Function facilities catering for up to 120 guests
*Motorised buggies, pull trolleys and club hire