Situated just two miles north of Trump International Links and midway between Royal Aberdeen and Cruden Bay, Newburgh-on-Ythan is a great add-on to any tour of Aberdeen. The club was founded in 1888 and overlooks the North Sea and Sands of Fovie National Nature Reserve.
It is now an 18 hole golf course with an outward nine characterised by natural hills and undulations requiring a range of shot-making in accordance with a traditional gorse lined golf course.
The inward nine demands accurate play from tee to green and is the epitome of a typical Scottish Links course noted for its magnificent setting and superb greens. It was voted the 6th best course in Aberdeenshire by Golf World Magazine in 2013.
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A - £45 plus tip
A - No tee off times for visitors on Saturday mornings
A - There is 1 bar on site
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A - There is complimentary car parking