Murcar Links Golf Club

Murcar Links Golf Club

    The golf course at Murcar Links was founded in 1909 by the then golf professional at nearby Royal Aberdeen, and was later refined by the prodigious James Braid. The links land is punctuated with gorse, whins and devilish bunkers, and the winds that whips off the North Sea certainly determines the character of the layout.

    Top offers for Murcar Links Golf Club

    We found 2 offers matching your search.

    from £369
    per person

    2 Nights, 3 Rounds

    For 1 person on any date Choose date to see prices
    Get this offer
    or call us on 0800 043 6644

    Thank you, !

    One of our dedicated golf specialists will be in touch with you shortly.
    Hmm, something went wrong... would you mind trying again?
    from £1149
    per person

    3 Nights, 4 Rounds

    Reduced
    For 1 person on any date Choose date to see prices
    Get this offer
    or call us on 0800 043 6644

    Thank you, !

    One of our dedicated golf specialists will be in touch with you shortly.
    Hmm, something went wrong... would you mind trying again?

    Create your own holiday

    Scroll for more Get this golf break or call us on 0800 043 6644

    Murcar Links Golf Club

    (change)

    Scroll for more or call us on 0800 043 6644

    Thank you, !

    One of our dedicated golf specialists will be in touch with you shortly.
    Hmm, something went wrong... would you mind trying again?

    Murcar Links Golf Club

    At 6,300 yards, Murcar is relatively short by modern standards, but that does not detract from the golfing experience. The fairways are unusually tight, demanding premium accuracy to find the correct position, and even then, the cruel humps and hollows can throw the ball off into some awkward positions.

    Cut between dunes and streams, and bordered by heather, gorse and brutal rough, Murcar is as tricky as it is beautiful, and should certainly be part of any good Aberdeen golf tour.

    Features

    • Pro Shop
    • Putting Greens
    • Club House
    • Championship Standard Course