Reasons to Visit Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

  • Hosted many professional tournaments including the Scottish Open & the Walker Cup

  • The links courses run alongside the North Sea & are just 2 miles from the city-centre

  • Ranked 17th in the Top 100 of the UK and Ireland and is renowned for having the 'finest front 9 in golf'

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is regarded as not just one of the best golf courses in Scotland but also the world. Having originally been founded in 1780 as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen, Royal Aberdeen is noted as one of the earliest golf clubs ever created - listed as both 6th and 8th in records.

The course has enjoyed a rich tournament history including the very best in amateur golf as a past host of Scottish and international events. In more recent history, this classic links layout has hosted The Senior British Open which was won by one of the game's greatest ever links players, Tom Watson, and The Scottish Open which was won by England's Justin Rose.

Anyone visiting this part of Scotland is in for a true golfing treat, with access to a host of different golf courses in the area including Cruden Bay and Trump International Golf Links, you can chalk off a trio of golf courses that sit within almost every Top 100 Golf Courses list in the world.