We are only 7 miles away from the Famous Carnoustie Championship course and only 40 miles away from the infamous Old Course in St Andrews which is only a 40 minute drive. Here's a selection of the wonderful golf courses within each reach of us.
Arbroath Golf Course
Arbroath Golf Course is a traditional links course owned by Angus Council and is operated and run by the Arbroath Golf Links Committee of Management. Arbroath Artisan Golf Club is a private members club but both links and club committees work closely together to try and provide members and visitors alike, with a memorable golfing experience.The links course was designed by Tom Morris in 1877 and is open to the public as well as members all year round. A friendly club situated on the outskirts of Arbroath with full catering and bar facilities in our comfortable clubhouse.Click here for more information.
Carnousite Golf Links
The championship course is considered one of the top layouts in Britain and has been described as Scotland's ultimate golfing challenge. The course is only 7 miles away. Click here for more information.
Panmure Golf Course, Carnoustie
Designed by a St. Andrew's architect James Braid, this traditional 18-hole Championship links course measures 6,371 yards.With tight fairways, challenging carries and compact, undulating greens, it is admired by visitors from home and overseas. Old Scots pines and sandhills forged by nature give the terrain an enduring quality in keeping with its long history. Hallmarks such as the 'Hogan' hole (the sixth) and the Buddon Burn (the twelfth) conspire to give you a round of golf to remember. The Clubhouse is one of the finest old golf buildings in Scotland. Its unique and delightful lounges are full of character. The course is only 8 miles away. Click here for more information.
Monifieth Golf Links
Two 18-hole links courses located in the heart of Scotland: the Medal Course, a test for any level of player, and the Ashludie Course, a compact but challenging test of skill. The course is only 10 miles away. Click here for more information.
Montrose Golf Courses
There has been golf played on the links of Montrose for more than four centuries although back then it was rudimentary form of the game. It is recorded that James Melville, a student at St Andrews University, had golf lessons in 1562 on the links although it would be almost another 250 years before organised golf came to Montrose with the formation of the Montrose Golf Club in 1810. At one stage in its history Montrose was the links with the greatest number of holes. When Musselburgh had only five, Montrose had five times that number. Today it has eighteen and very special they are too. The courses are only 16 miles away. Click here for more information.