Huntly Golf Club is located 40 miles from Aberdeen and was established in 1892. The course was extended to 18 holes in 1938. In the 1980s the Clubhouse was rebuilt, replacing the one that was originally built 20 years earlier. The Clubhouse is spacious and an ideal place to relax after a round of golf.
Huntly Golf Course is a parkland Course, measuring 5359 yards. The shortest hole is the 6th at only 105 yards. The course is situated alongside two rivers, the River Deveron and The River Bogie with the “meeting of the waters” occurring at the 12th and 13th tees. The ruins of Huntly Castle are situated at the 2nd hole.