Deeside Golf Club
Coursetype: There are two Courses at Deeside Golf Club. The Haughton course a fine mature parkland course with tree lined fairways and tricky greens. The Blair Course shorter but still testing 9 hole course.
Number Of Holes: The Haughton 18 holes, The Blair 9 holes.
Yardage: The Haughton gold tees 6385 yards, The Blair 2515 yards.
Par: The Haughton 70, The Blair 34.
Bar/Restaurant: Full catering service available in the Deeside Golf Club Bar/Restaurant complimented by the stunning views over the 18th green and the valleys of Royal Deeside
Drinks/Snacks: Full snack menu available
Changing Facilities: Changing facilities available in the Clubhouse locker room.
Shower Facilities: Showers for visitor use
Scorecard and layout
Deeside Golf Club Scorecard. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: Fully stocked and equiped Pro Shop offering a selection of current clothing and the very latest leading brands in golf clubs and golf equipment.
Golf Club Hire: Titleist clubs to hire
Buggy Hire: No buggies available to hire
Trolley Hire: Pull and PowaKaddy Battery trolleys available to hire.
Practice Area: Driving Range building features eight bays, two of which are teaching bays situated at either end of the range building
Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available
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Deeside Golf Club Reviews
In their Words…….
Springing from a desire among golfers residing in the lower Deeside area to avoid the inconvenience of travelling several miles to play on the already congested Aberdeen Links course, a public meeting was convened in the school at Cults on November 24, 1902. A nine-hole course was opened formally on September 3, 1903, a clubhouse opening followed a year later. Within a further 12 months, the course was extended to a 5,000-yard 18-hole circuit.
The next significant course development was the purchase of more ground in 1947, and this was followed in 1969 by the addition of 80 acres of land which had been part of West Cults Farm where a new nine-hole course was completed in June, 1984.The ‘90s were dominated by a radical course redevelopment programme at Deeside Golf Club with the twin aim of making better use of the flat and uninteresting ground on which the nine-hole course was situated.
The Haughton Course is considered by members and visitor alike to be one of the finest mature parkland courses in Scotland. With its mature trees, beautiful Royal Deeside scenery and tricky greens and bunkers the 6300 yard course off the gold tees is a challenge every golfer relishes no matter their level a truly memorable experience for members and visitors alike every time they play the Haughton Course.
The Blairs Course is a nine hole course which incorporates many of the “Old” holes from the original Haughton Course. It is an enjoyable 9 holes for the whole family. Nine holes on the Blairs is ideal for those with less time on their hands.
Members, guests and visitors can relax in comfort and enjoy the surroundings which are complimented by the stunning views over the 18th green and the valleys of Royal Deeside. Enjoy a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere in our restaurant with superb views overlooking 1st and 18th greens.Deeside Golf Club