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Natural Links Courses at their finest

It’s been over 400 years since golf was first played over the Links at Monifieth and over time we have developed two fantastic courses which have been enjoyed by every level of golfer from seasoned professional to keen amateur.

Tom Watson played his first links golf at Monifieth the week before he won his first Open at Carnoustie and is now an honorary season ticket holder. Jean Van de Velde was top qualifier on our Medal course the year he came so very close to winning the Open in 1999.

We are continuing to develop our courses with the help of world-renowned architects Clayton, De Vries & Pont.

The perfect Golfing Location

If you are playing at Carnoustie or St Andrews, Monifieth is close by and offers an ideal option to extend your experience of links golf.

Easy to visit

Monifieth links is situated within 30 minutes travelling time from St. Andrews, 20 minutes from Dundee Airport and within 2 hours of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen Airports.

Carnoustie Golf Links is only 10 minutes away by car with Panmure even closer.

Driving along Monifieth High Street, turn down into Tay Street and our car park is at the bottom of the hill on the left hand side.

The Monifieth Links Golf Centre, hosting the Pro Shop, reception, Links office and changing facilities sits between the 2 Golf Clubhouses – Grange & Broughty and Monifieth. The clubhouses provide food and beverage for visitors on a rotational basis.

Two 18 hole natural Links Courses

The Medal

Our Medal course was used as a qualifying venue for the Seniors Open Championship in 2016 and the world renowned R&A Junior Open in 2022. The course is widely recognised as an excellent example of an east coast championship links course. With a railway, a meandering burn, heather, gorse, undulating fairways and sandy hillocks to contend with golf is never boring. At 6655 from the back tees it’s a tough but fair links challenge.

The Ashludie

The Ashludie course is shorter, trickier and a short game exponent’s idea of heaven. Maintained as beautifully and carefully as the Medal course, there’s a real variety of shot making required. At 5123 yards at its longest, it’s less taxing on the legs but an experience you will remember.

The whole experience of playing Monifeith Medal Course. It was superb, greens fast and true. Tees and fairways in great condition. Well worth a play . The Links staff were also very friendly, welcoming and instructive. Very good Pro Shop. All round excellent and will be back

– Donald D

Thoroughly enjoyed 2 days here. Bar / kitchen staff / starter were all very welcoming and engaging with both courses providing good tests of golf. The greens were fantastic & probably the best I have played on this year.

– A Flood

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Both courses are open however there may be some hole restrictions. Please check with the starting team before play for current updates.