Letham Grange Golf Club
Letham Grange,
Colliston, by Arbroath, Angus DD11 4RL
Tel : +44 (0)1241 890377 Fax : +44 (0)1241 890725

Letham Grange Golf ClubLetham Grange Resort has two 18 hole courses set around a Victorian mansion house which is now a 4 star hotel. The Old Course, officially opened in 1987 by Sir Henry Cotton is a par 73 Championship layout. The New Course par 68 opened in 1992.

The main building contains 22 hotel bedrooms with full restaurant facilities, the golfers bar / restaurant changing rooms golf desk and pro shop are all encompassed in the building. There is also a fine curling rink adjacent to the main mansion house.

From Dundee, take the A92 to Arbroath and then A933 towards Brechin. Take 1st right after Colliston for Letham Grange.

Course Details

Course Name: Old Holes: 18 Yardage: 6968 SSS: 73
Letham Grange is a parkland course incorporating both tree-lined and open fairways. It features memorable water hazards on the par 3, 8th hole and par4, 10th hole. Every hole is different, presenting a variety of challenges to every level of golfer.

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Course Name: New Holes: 18 Yardage: 5528 SSS: 68
A refreshing and gentler challenge compared to the Old Course. The front nine offers views of the surrounding hill, while the back nine takes you through the wooded area.
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Paul Stokoe 7/01

    Paul Stokoe wrote on: Jun 30, 2001

    We didn't plan to play this course but our original course, a little further south, was closed due to flooding. They managed to squeeze us on, but in truth we hardly saw another golfer due to the way the course is laid out, with rolling hills and avenues of trees. The course was in good condition, though a couple of the greens (especially the 18th) were patchy. Each hole makes you think. Sometimes you need to go long, other times lay up short before one of the streams or lakes. The par 3 8th, 140 yards over water, is a beautiful hole (to watch, though a little intimidating to actually play). The par 4 10th is also memorable, partly due to the water hazard protecting the green and partly due to hundreds of frogs protecting the water hazard !! Excellent course, good facilities and good food. Worth a visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Shawn Farren 6/00

    Shawn Farren wrote on: May 31, 2000

    What a course! We stayed at the 'Grange so the golf only cost us £17.00 a round. We Played it twice in a week and still didn't get enough. I'll never forget the par 3 eighth, 140 yards or so of water between you and the green! Following that little appetiser is the long par 5. This is almost a double dog-leg, right and left. The next hole, the 10th also has water and a good drive can be punished by the large tree in the middle of the fairway. The 18th is only 370 yards but it is all uphill! Get on in 2 and your smoking!! All in all a great course and I can't wait to play it again when next I visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Edward Buckley 11/98

    Edward Buckley wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I first played at Letham Grange last year (97) when I was staying with some relations of mine in one of the old farm houses on the estate, which is owned by my cousins grand parents.
    During our stay we attempted the old course about three times only managing to finish it once, due to the fact that we were just picking up the game and had played earlier that year, but still hitting the ball all over the place.
    There are some magnificent holes like the par 3, 4th (?) where you play down to a lake, with the summer green over the lake and the winter just to the front and left. Very challenging in summer. Some of the holes are amazingly long swooping over the landscape, which in places, looks as mature as some late 19 century courses. Not to be missed.
    If you're not feeling like a long round, try getting a buggy for a reasonable price, there are plenty, but I'm not sure of availability on weekends, or there is the new course.