Montrose Golf Links

Traill Drive, Montrose DD10 8SW

The Medal Course is undoubtedly one of the oldest and most historic in Scotland, with golf having been played there for more than 400 years. The first record of the game being played on the links was as early as 1562, making it the fifth oldest in the world. Montrose can also lay claim to have been, at one stage in its' history, the course with the greatest number of holes. When Musselburgh had 5 holes, Montrose had 25!

The present Championship course owes much to a design by Willie Park Jnr in 1903 and encapsulates the true traditions of Scottish links golf; there is everything to test the golfer's shot-making ability to the full. Montrose has hosted many important events including the Scottish Professional Championship and the British Boys. In recognition of the excellence of the course, it was chosen as a Final Qualifying Course for the 2007 Open held at Carnoustie.

Restrictions: Offer Is not available inconjunction with other special rates or winter rates. Please telephone the club in advance to make a reservation stating you're an Open Fairways member, all bookings are subject to availability. Maximum 4 golfers per booking.

  • Members Offers
  • 50% off total green fees
  • Other Offer

    Offer for Open Fairways members from Nov until Mar is £80 instead of £100 for a fourball.

  • Standard Green Fees
  • Midweek: £80 (April & Oct) & £100 (May-Sept) Based on the Rack Rate
  • Weekend: £80 (April & Oct) & £100 (May-Sept) Based on the Rack Rate (Saturday after 1pm and Sunday all day)
  • Member Savings
  • 4-Ball Saving: £200
  • 2-Ball Saving: £100
  • Course Features
  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 71
  • Length: 6544 yds
  • Links Course
  • Weekend Play Available
  • Additional Info


Traill Drive, DD10 8SW 56.7152991 -2.4539064

Members get 50% off total green feesOther OfferOffer for Open Fairways members from Nov until Mar is £80 instead of £100 for a fourball. at Montrose Golf Links with Open Fairways. 2 ball saving £100 every time you play!

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