Length: 6,308 yards (5,768m)
Architect: James Braid
Founded in 1777, Fraserburgh Golf Club is the seventh oldest club in the world. Redesigned in the 1920's by five-time Open Champion James Braid, Fraserburgh’s 18-hole Corbie Course is an unspoilt, traditional Scottish links course.
Set against the backdrop of the simmering North Sea and substantial sand dunes creating an invigorating atmosphere reminiscent of how golf must have been more than a century ago, the 6,308 yard layout offers visitors a genuine slice of real Scottish golf history.
Wildly undulating fairways, sand hills, unpredictable winds, wonderful views and some truly spectacular holes make Fraserburgh a true links adventure from start to finish. In addition, the club also boasts the nine-hole Rosehill Course which is a splendid addition to its bigger links brother.