Practice makes perfect and we can certainly offer you a choice of greens to help you improve your game. Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms areas of Scotland are renowned for their unbeatable scenery and affordable green fees.
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. Until 1888 members played on the Queen’s Links close to the city before moving across the River Don to the links at Balgownie. The Course was originally designed by the Simpson Brothers, Archie and Robert of Carnoustie and later re-bunkered and lengthened by James Braid to ensure our classic links kept pace with the modern game.
Championship links golf course and award winning five star resort. Set amid the great dunes of Scotland, Trump International embraces mile after mile of spectacular Aberdeenshire coastline and guarantees the experience of a lifetime.
This course was founded in 1892 and originated as a nine hole course on land owned by the Laird of Invercauld. Now Ballater offers eighteen holes with the toughest test to par on its opening six holes but you can’t complain too much as the fresh Highland air and views of Lochnagar will make it all worthwhile.
The highest course in Scotland at around 1,200 feet above sea level, it offers a short but challenging course at 4,935 off the medal tees. The club was founded in March 1902 and developed in 1903 at croft Muickan as a nine hole, later in 1910 the lease of Cavan’s Park allowed for an extension to eighteen hole capability.
Described as having a rich variety of memorable holes, making the most of the natural variations in the terrain which is a mix of rolling parkland with inviting fairways and elevated hearthland. Golf was being played in Aboyne in 1874 but it wasn’t until 1883 that the club was founded.
Nine holes of high quality green set amidst the incredible scenery of Royal Deeside. This course is considered challenging to your straight hitting and short game. Established in 1924 Lumphanan golf club has journeyed through highs and lows of membership and even befell a period of disbandment in 1967. Thankfully through the hard work of a few local champions the course was reopened in 1994.
The course is called the Queen’s course and offers visitors and members all year round nine holes of golf with a view of Scolty Hill. You can improve your game here through the newly-refurbished driving range or book in for lessons with an expert.
Established in 1896 and has since undergone many changes in the last 100 years, the nine holes is a short course of par 64 that requires accuracy. The course offers 13 different tees playing to 10 different greens.
Set above the bonnie banks of the Royal River, River Dee, is a par 69 eighteen holes offering a challenging course to all standards. The clubhouse boasts beautiful views over the fairway and is a popular venue for relaxation and dining.
Renowned for the rich variety of wildlife living alongside the edge of the greens, the nine hole parkland represents a challenge to golfers of all abilities. The course was designed by Tom Morris in 1908, spans 5900 yards and offers a tranquil setting to perfect your swing.
Known as an easy-walking level terrain set against wooded parkland and incredible views of the neighbouring hills. The course was opened as a nine hole course in 1982 and extended to eighteen in 1992.
Explore our 6 bothies set in mature woodlands in the Cairngorms National Park
We absolutely loved our stay. Beautiful bothy, beautiful surroundings. We didn’t want to go home! Will definitely be back at some point.
Fantastic bothies in a beautiful setting. Excellent and helpful staff, would highly recommend for a long weekend or week or two. I didn't want to leave.
Cosy and great base for trail running, plenty of wildlife and chill time
Stunning location to come and unwind in the peace and quiet with a warm log fire.