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Fraserburgh Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 01346 516616 option 1
Email: secretary@fraserburghgolfclub.org       Web: www.fraserburghgolfclub.org
Address: Philorth Links, Fraserburgh, AB43 8TL

Fraserburgh is one of the true links courses left in Scotland. The club was established in 1777 when golf was played on the towns links. It moved to it's present location the philworth links in 1891. Much of the present course was designed in 1922 by James Braid, the first man to win the open 5 times. Set in Scotland's far North-east corner 42 miles North of Aberdeen, Fraserburgh has 27 holes.

A fine 6,300 yard par 70 18 hole course and a 2,300 par 32 nine hole course. The view from the third tee on the main course alone makes the trip to Fraserburgh worthwhile. Looking over the fishing port, the North sea and onto the Joined Villages of Cairnbulg and Inverallochy. Inland Looks across the Buchan Plains and onto Mormond Hill. Fraserburgh is known as a friendly club and any visitor will enjoy their trip to the "Broch".

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms

Directions
Mintlaw-Fraserburgh Road, turn right at first roundabout.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made 48 hours in advance.





 

Fraserburgh Golf Club

Fraserburgh Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Links
Par: 70 Length: 6,308 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Tuesdays and Thursdays only
Round: £££  Day Ticket: ££££
Weekend Golf Times Available: N/A
Round: N/A  Day Ticket: N/A
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Accommodation in North-East Scotland
Coral Haven3 Star Guest HouseFraserburgh0.8 miles
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Park Inn Aberdeen4 Star HotelAberdeen37.6 miles
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Sunninghill Hotel3 Star HotelElgin49.3 miles
The Ship Inn3 Star HotelStonehaven50.7 miles

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