Length: 6,287 yards (5,748m)
Architect: Old Tom Morris and Archie Simpson. 1926 redesign by Tom Simpson and Herbert Fowler.
Originally designed by Old Tom Morris with help from Archie Simpson, Cruden Bay is a classic Scottish links course. Opened in 1899, its 18 holes are set against a backdrop of towering sand dunes and dramatic views of the North Sea.
Cruden Bay creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement of the discerning golfer. This championship course makes a big impression and its 6,287 yards have attracted golfers from across the world who have been keen to take on its challenge of one of the world’s top 100 courses.
It is one of Scotland’s hidden gems, where every hole provides a test and it’s difficult not to completely enjoy your round of golf.