Auchmill Golf Club
Offering inspiring views of Aberdeen and Aberdeen Airport, Auchmill Golf Club is a woodland golf course with a world-class pedigree.
Originally built in the early 1970's as a nine-hole course and later extended to a full 18, Auchmill was designed by the triumvirate of Brian Hugget, Neil Coles and Roger Dyer, meaning the course was laid out with the experience of a top golf course architect (Dyer), a former Ryder Club player (Coles) and a known British pro (Hugget).
Auchmill was designed to take advantage of its unique topography, meaning golfers will be challenged by a variety of lies and interesting hole placements. Four par 5's will have long hitters reaching for their big guns, while tricky par 3's and challenging par 4's will have golfers of all levels working to put down a good score.
This wooded parkland course that plays to nearly 6,000 yards will not just give you interesting holes that are aptly and cunningly named - like "The Frog" and "The Quarry" - but it will also give players a great golfing experience for their money. With green fees ranging from £15 to £20 and the opportunity to book golf clubs, trollies and Golf Buggies Auchmill Golf Course offers golfers a great experience.