Length: 6,423 yards (5,873m)
Architect: James McAndrew
Newburgh-on-Ythan Golf Club is set against a dramatic backdrop of the River Ythan, the North Sea and the ever-changing Forvie sand dunes.
Founded in 1888 as a nine-hole course, it was extended to 18 holes in 1996 and as a result is a course of two contrasting halves.
The outward nine is characterised by undulations and hills, with elevated tees and multi-tiered greens requiring a range of shot making. The back nine – the original course – represents the epitome of old-fashioned Scottish links golf with blind shots, firm fairways and sandy ridges which demand accurate golf from tee to green.
The course boasts a modern and spacious clubhouse where a warm welcome awaits and golfers can relax and enjoy the spectacular vista.