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Trump International

⸻ Trump International Scotland offers an award-winning links golf course, a magnificent five-star country hotel and exquisite dining for every occasion.


Royal Aberdeen

⸻ Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Aberdeen, Scotland, was founded in 1780 as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen and became the Aberdeen Golf Club in 1815.


Cruden Bay

⸻ Cruden Bay is one of the most scenic golf courses in the world, set amongst towering dunes, with the course split by the massive dune the 9th hole plays along.


Murcar Links

⸻ Murcar Links has risen to No 96 in the Golf Monthly Top 100 courses and 47th in Scotland’s Top 100 courses 2019 by National Club Golfer.


Fraserburgh GC

⸻ The 7th Oldest Golf Club in the World & the Oldest north of St Andrews.


Peterhead GC

⸻ Set among the dunes and across the Craigewan links the course is a classic example of Scottish seaside golf at it’s best – and the toughest!


Newmachar Hawkshill & Swailend

⸻ The Club features two mature 18-hole Golf Courses – Hawkshill Championship Course and Swailend. Both courses are designed by the world renowned Golf Architect, Dave Thomas.


Newburgh-on-Ythan GC

⸻ The Golf Club was established in 1888, this 132-year-old Championship Links is host to an extremely unique layout.


Oldmeldrum GC

⸻ Oldmeldrum is an historic golf club: the game has been played here for over 125 years. However, its outlook is modern and, here, you will find all the facilities you would expect of a thriving, 21st century golfing venue.


Stonehaven GC

⸻ Stonehaven Golf Club overlooks the North Sea and the harbour town of Stonehaven. Just 15 miles south of Aberdeen and 5 miles from the new town of Chapleton of Elsick.