Peterhead Golf Club was established in 1841 and stands as the 18th oldest golf club in the world. The clubhouse is home to the Craigewan Lounge which has spectacular views out over the North Sea and the golf course. The snug bar overlooks the practice putting green and is the perfect place to enjoy a tipple or two. If you have worked up a sweat on the course then worry not as showers are provided along with locker room facilities.
This is a classic Scottish links course set on the northern shore of Scotland, near Aberdeen. The course was established in 1841 and was initially a 9 hole course. This was extended to 18 holes in 1908. The course will test all parts of your game and, like all true links courses, the wind is a big factor. When it’s blowing properly, tee shots and approach shots become the hardest part of the game.