Fraserburgh Corbie Hill Course

Fraserburgh Golf Club

Aberdeenshire

18 holes | par 70 | 6308 yards | Links

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Course Information

The Corbie Hill course is an 18-hole, par 70, Scottish links golf course which measures 6,308 yards in length. The main issue for most golfers around this course is the wind coming in from the sea, however, there are also numerous other hazards including pot hole bunkers which can cause havoc to any scorecard. Most holes are well protected by the surrounding dunes and sand hills that are also sure to chew up any wayward shots.

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location

Fraserburgh Golf Club is located 45 minutes North of Aberdeen, easily accessed via the A90.

Fraserburgh Golf Club, Philorth Links, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, UNITED KINGDOM, AB438TL
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    Recommended
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    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
    Pace of Play:
    Excellent
    Off-course amenities:
    Excellent
    Course Conditions:
    Excellent
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent
    Course Layout:
    Excellent

    You'll love the old-school Fraserburgh

    The seventh oldest golf course in the world dating to 1777 is not on any American's itinerary when visiting Scotland's great links, and that's a darn shame. Sure, the club's facilities are modest, but its golf course refashioned by James Braid in 1923 stands tall among the best courses of the Scottish Highlands. The first and 18th holes along the road are the only weak points. Once golfers climb to the second green and crest Corbie Hill to find the third tee and great views of Fraserburgh Bay, they are treated to a fair and fun round of golf. The dunes aren't dramatic the rest of the way until the 15th and 16th holes, although they're well placed to frame fairways and hide greens like the 13th. Strong par 3s serve as the highlights. I dare any American links lover to find Fraserburgh and see if they come away disappointed.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
    Quality of food & beverage:
    Average
    Pace of Play:
    Good
    Off-course amenities:
    Average
    Course Conditions:
    Good
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent

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