Aboyne Golf Club
Aboyne Golf Club, an Archie Simpson and Martin Hawtree inspired course, is the oldest on Royal Deeside and is renowned as one of the most beautiful inland golfing venues in North East Scotland. This immaculately maintained course has won many plaudits as one of the most varied and challenging inland courses in Scotland: 6,000 yards of impeccable fairways and faultless greens - a golfer’s haven.
Situated only 70 miles from St Andrews, Aboyne Golf Club is under an hour from Aberdeen International Airport with connecting flights to most UK airports and direct links to the European hubs of Amsterdam and Paris as well as serving various Scandinavian countries.
Such is Aboyne's growing reputation, the club was honoured to be chosen by the R&A to host the LGU 'Coronation Foursomes' Finals in 2018. In addition, the club was the Host Venue for the 2018 Scottish Golf North-East Men's Open: a World Amateur Ranking Qualifying Event. Previously they have hosted, on behalf of Scottish Golf, the Women's County Finals as well as their Regional Junior Open Qualifier.
The ultimate course of two halves, parkland and heathland, Aboyne challenges golfers of all abilities particularly the back nine with its unique topography. Surrounded by heather capped mountains and sprawling pine forests, Aboyne is a captivating setting renowned as one of the most beautiful golfing venues in Scotland.
Aboyne Golf Club's welcoming, family friendly clubhouse allows you to soothe away your cares on sunny balconies, where you may catch a glimpse of ospreys, otters or the swans on the Loch. Aboyne is the understated jewel in Aberdeenshire's golfing crown.