Take a brief drive from Aberdeen along the North East Aberdeenshire coast in Scotland and you will find a totally unspoiled, good old fashioned traditional links layout. If you are looking for a genuine slice of real Scottish golf history in an informal relaxed, welcoming setting at very reasonable green fee, this is it..
Established in 1777, Come enjoy the 7th Oldest Golf Club in the World, 5th Oldest in Scotland & The Oldest in the world operating under its original name. Choose from one of our two excellent courses. The Stunning and Historical James Braid inspired 18 hole CorbieHill links, one of the finest links courses in the whole of Scotland, Wonderful views and some truly spectacular holes makes Corbiehill a true links adventure.
This is where the Moray Firth and the North Sea converge, creating a unique microclimate where Mother Nature becomes even more cantankerous than usual. Be prepared for an invigorating ride around Fraserburgh’s substantial sand dunes and an experience reminiscent of how golf must have been more than a century ago. Wildly undulating fairways, sand hills, unpredictable winds, wonderful views and some truly spectacular holes makes Fraserburgh a true links adventure from start to finish.
Golf at Fraserburgh is far more than golf and fresh breezes off the North Sea which often heighten to provide a real test of ability. The club is proud of its unique heritage and the important place it holds in the history of the game.
Today’s feisty championship course, a James Braid (5 times Open Championship winner) redesign of the original layout, is one of the most natural links courses you will ever find.
Fraserburgh offers a wide range of golfing experiences including trademark James Braid designs of Plateaued greens, undulating fairways and green surrounds.
We also have Corbiehill’s little sister the Rosehill 9 hole layout which was commissioned in 1996 after the purchase of Additional land from lady Saltoun with design thoughts credited to Fraserburgh Golfing great Jack Pressley (Scottish Amateur finalist 1947). Although not as taxing as Corbiehill it provides a good test of golf on its own merits or a nice warmup for the main event.
Both courses are maintained to the same high standards meaning each showcases the undulations and smooth-running greens for which Scotland’s links courses are renowned.