Visitor Information                                    
Fraserburgh welcome visitors throughout the year seven days a week. Groups of nine (9) or over will be offered a discount on a sliding scale.All enquires should be directed to the Club Secretary who will agree a tee time.

Visitors have a choice of tees, the more accomplished golfer may wish to play from the white tees at 6308yds (5768m), the less challenging yellow tees at 5835yds (5336m)or the red tees at 5323yds (4867m)




Corbiehill 18 hole course

Rosehill 9 hole course


Weekdays - Round £45
Weekends - Round £55 before 2pm

Weekends - Round £45 after 2pm
Weekdays - Day     £60
Weekends - Day     £70



18 holes             £18 Monday - Sunday

9 holes only      £10 Monday - Sunday



To book a tee time via email to Fraserburgh Golf Club Click Here

Online Visitor Bookings/Open Bookings Click Here


Golf Outings/Corporate Packages

Golf Outings are welcome:- To include    18, 27 or 36 holes

                                                                             Texas Scrambles

                                                                             Nearest to the Pin, Longest Drive and Straightest Drive

                                                                             Weekday Shotgun Starts available for Corporate Packages

*** Groups of nine or more will be offered discounts - please contact us for further information.


Juniors (under 18 ) half normal fees (excluding Saturday/Sunday before 2pm)

Buggy Hire £20 per round /£35 per day        Trolley Hire £3                  Eletric Trolley Hire £5          Club Hire (incl. Trolley) £15



Fraserburgh Golf Club is conveniently located only 40 miles from Aberdeen International Airport 40 miles north of the City of Aberdeen offering you an ideal location for your golf break.

Dress Code

Visitors are expected to conform to the same dress code as members. This excludes:- Industrial clothing and footwear, Headwear within the clubhouse, Shorts (unless tailored), Football shirts, Golf shoes in the clubhouse lounge areas.

Format of play

Please avoid slow play and observer the rules of etiquette. Weekend tee times restrictions - Available between 9.30 and 11.30am also after 2pm.


Course Reviews for further comments click here

Bruce Anderson -August 2016- Fantastic course plus club at Fraserburgh, played their open in torrential rain but still enjoyed it.

 John Grant- August 2016- great day at Fraserburgh, course, catering & welcome first class.




Independent review by Geoff Shackelford of Golf Digest - July 2014


Don't miss Fraserburgh Golf Club in northeast of Scotland

By Geoff Shackelford

ABERDEEN, Scotland--For all of the obsession with “craft” beers these days, how about stocking your golf trip with some “craft” courses?

Now that Royal Aberdeen has received more exposure during the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open and Trump International Links has secured its spot on many must-play lists, the northeast of Scotland has become a destination with an easily accessible airport and thriving economy. Throw in Cruden Bay 45 minutes north of the city and it’s a trifecta of available world-class golf. But if you plan a trip here, don’t leave Fraserburgh Golf Club off the list.


About 50 minutes north of Aberdeen, it's the seventh oldest club in the world and the oldest operating under its original name. Founded in 1777, this 6,308 yard links is the perfect compliment to the other courses in the region, which tend to lean toward the “stout” definition. Fraserburgh is no pushover, but its lay-of-the-linksland design is a joy to walk and play. It’s also a study in what golf should be using as a model for fun, affordable and playable.

As with many links, the opening and closing holes are on flat, uninspired ground but everything in between has no shortage of movement as the course winds up, down and around Corbie Hill.

Even better, if you play here after the pomp and circumstance of Trump International about 30 minutes down the road—a four-sided Trump Links-branded Rolex clock greets you at A90, the same road that leads to Fraserburgh where the presentation is refreshingly modest but by no means subpar.  And do not be alarmed by the lack of a pro shop and greeting staff. Just check in with the bartender upstairs. And after the round enjoy a craft brew to celebrate one of the finer links around.


Independent review by Ru Macdonald- July 2014

Fraserburgh Golf Links – The Simple Things Mean The Most To Me



Respected guys in the game such as Geoff Shackleford, Robert Thompson and Ian Andrew had recently raved about Fraserburgh Golf Club classing it generically as a hidden gem. So myself and a buddy teed it up at 7.35pm Sunday under blue skies and a setting sun ready to shove as much golf in as the light allowed.

What happened out there was special. I fell in love with an authentic links crafted through the dunes with the raw attributes which would stun visiting golfers. This James Braid designed links on the Northeast corner of Scotland is one you MUST visit.

Formed in 1777 making Fraserburgh Golf Club the 7th oldest in the world it is some what surprising it has taken so long for people to start talking about Fraserburgh as a true Scottish links worth visiting.

I find it immensely satisfying to find these wonderful links golf courses in Scotland hidden away and reading the wonders that they offer. To play it, last night was something special. A round which I will remember for a long time and one that I will repeat very, very soon.

A more comprehensive review of Fraserburgh Golf Club will come shortly but for now enjoy these photographs.

In Scotland golf beauty is in it’s simplest form. It really is the simple things that mean the most to me.

Ru Macdonald
Scottish Golf Podcast



Golf Club Atlas

Independent review by Ran Morrisset of Golf Club Atlas - June 2013

Extract "How nice to find a course that challenges but doesn’t humiliate you up in the process! Any but the mightiest golfer will be delighted to find himself in such an environment. Given the cast of holes, why this course isn’t better known far and wide is stupefying. Cruden Bay, a scant thirty minute drive away, was discovered in the 1990s. Perhaps Fraserburgh will be discovered in the next decade? It is most deserving of play and accolades will surely follow."

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Rated No72

in GB for golf at under

£100 -2015

and No1 in Aberdeenshire

by National Club Golfer



Top 100 Golf   Courses


Rates Fraserburgh Golf Club as

the 5th best Golf Course in the Aberdeenshire & Moray region.

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One of the 'Great Scottish Links Collection'

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                   Extracts from Todays Golfer Magazine

"Spectactular new Trump International may be set to open to great fanfare this summer,but just a relatively short trip up the Aberdeenshire coast you'll discover the stunning but generally unheralded links of Fraserburgh.

These two golf clubs could not be more different, from their history to the cost to play them.One aspect which does unite the unassuming, traditional club and the superstar project of American billionaire Donald Trump is that both are natural links; both breathtakingly weave around and between towering dunesland.

When it comes to the aforementioned factors of history and value Fraserburgh is a class apart."

"Unsurprisingly, Fraserburgh has romped away with Aberdeenshire's Best Value Course Under -£50 award"




Scottish Incoming Golf Tour Operators' Association recommends Fraserburgh Golf Club. 

Selected by ScottishGolf Trails as one of the best Links courses in Aberdeenshire

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Fraserburgh Golf Club - Philorth Links - Fraserburgh - Aberdeenshire - SCOTLAND - AB43 8TL
Tel (01144) 01346 516616 - Fax (01144) 01346 510611