Arbroath Golf Course
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Coursetype: Arbroath Golf Links is a Tom Morris designed traditional Scottish Links. Fairways fairly flat with true links style undulating greens, burns crossing fairways and strategically placed bunkers. A true test.
Number Of Holes: 18
Yardage: From the white tees 6200 yards
Bar/Restaurant: Green Fee paying visitors to Arbroath Golf Links are welcome to use the extensive facilities of Arbroath Artisan Golf Club, including the first class catering facilities. The lounge affords a panoramic view of the 1st and 18th holes
Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day, provided by Arbroath Artisan Golf Club
Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms inside the Arbroath Artisan Golf Club provide changing facilities for the visitor
Shower Facilities: Yes provided by Arbroath Artisan Golf Club
Scorecard and layout
Arbroath Golf Links Scorecard and Course layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: The Pro Shop at Arbroath Golf Club provides a wide selection of all the top branded products at a competitive price, a fully comprehensive Custom Fitting Service and Tuition to suit all needs
Golf Club Hire: The pro shop currently have Taylor Made Golf clubs available to hire
Buggy Hire: Buggies available to hire best to pre book to ensure availability
Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire.
Practice Area: A driving range provides practice facilities
Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available
Location and Route Planning
World Handicap System Video Information
In their Words…….
Arbroath is the birth place of Scotland, steeped in history and legend, within an hour of famous courses such as Carnoustie(10 min), St Andrews (40 min) and Gleneagles (55 min) Arbroath Golf Course is a traditional links course owned by Angus Council and is operated and run by the Arbroath Golf Links Committee of Management.
Arbroath Artisan Golf Club is a private members club but both links and club committees work closely together to try and provide members and visitors alike, with a memorable golfing experience.
The links course was designed by Tom Morris in 1877 and is open to the public as well as members all year round it is a deceiving links course at first view. It appears to offer flat open fairways, however, in true links style the undulating greens are well protected by testing bunkers. Arbroath golf course is a traditional links course situated between the sea and farmland on the west side of the town. From the yellow tees the course is a 5826 yards par 68, expanding to a 6200 yards par 70 from the medal tees.
First impressions would suggest that this course would not provide much of a challenge to the accomplished golfer, but on closer inspection the true nature of the course becomes clear. Farmland on the right borders the first seven holes, making it essential that you work on your slice. On no fewer than nine occasions you will have to negotiate burns crossing the fairway, and strategically placed bunkers provide yet another opportunity to add to your score. Add to this the ever present ‘sea breeze’ and the challenge of the Arbroath links begins to focus the mind.
Arbroath Golf Links and Arbroath Artisan Golf Club are two separate businesses, but the Links Committee and the Artisan Golf Club work closely together to provide the best packages and catering facilities for visiting parties and individuals. Any person taking out a Visitor’s Green Fee Ticket is afforded the use of the Artisan Golf Club and it’s facilities.Arbroath Golf Links