Montrose Medal golf course, established in 1562, is the fifth oldest golf course in the world and if you are looking for classic Scottish links courses to play, this is a must.
Our 450-year heritage is found in each of the 36 holes on the two courses at Montrose Links – the Medal and the Broomfield courses.
Located only thirty minutes from Carnoustie and less than an hour’s drive from St Andrews and the international airport of Aberdeen, Montrose Links is ideally located in a popular golfing hub on Scotland’s east coast.
The Medal Course is a stunning classic links and has hosted the PGA EuroPro Eagle Orchid Scottish Masters for the last four years and in 2016 was one of the final qualifying courses for the Senior Open Championship.
The Montrose landscape guarantees enjoyment and a testing time at one of the world’s oldest golf courses, and offers a great golfing experience and reliable playing conditions all year round.
Montrose Links – Traill Drive, Montrose, Angus, Scotland DD10 8SW
Telephone: 01674 672 932 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Website: www.montroselinks.com
The Medal Course
- Par 71 and 6585 yards
- The Montrose Medal is a traditional links layout
- Typical Scottish links with undulating fairways, gorse and rough
- The front nine plays mainly along the shoreline and offers excellent views across the North Sea
- The Course features in the Top 100 Courses in the World
- ‘The Open Championship’ – a local final qualifying course in 1999 and 2007
Congu C.S.S.: White 72, Yellow 71, Blue 69, Red 73
- Par 66 and 4822 yards
- The Broomfield Course is ideal for juniors, families and those wishing to ‘get their eye in’ before taking on the Medal course
- Being relatively flat, the Broomfield can be somewhat deceptive as it still requires a high degree of accuracy from the tees to small greens
- The Broomfield Course is a great course to test your short game and its fun to play
Congu C.S.S.: White 63, Red 68