Monifieth Golf Links
Medal Starter's Box, Princes Street,
Monifieth, Tayside DD5 4AW
Tel : +44 (0)1382 532767 Fax : +44 (0)1382 535553

There are four main clubs at Monifieth - The Abertay, Broughty, Grange and Dundee and Monifieth we also have the ladies Panmure Golf Club.
All clubs have the usual facilities i.e. changing including showers catering and bar.
The Monifieth links was founded in 1858 on links land (the raised beaches) the Advent of the Dundee to Arbroath Railway line in 1838 provided the first major transport system linking Monifieth to Dundee. The Course started with 9 holes which was converted to 18 in the late 1890's. There are two courses, The Medal and the Ashludie. The Panmure Hotel overlooks the Medal Course.
This is a popular course for national championships. The undulating fairways are treelined with Scottish fir trees. However, it is the uncompromising winds of this east coast which will test the skill of the golfer.

Monifieth is situated six miles east of Dundee on the coast.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 10 Aug 1998.
Ashludie telephone : +44 (0) 1382 532967

Course Details

Course Name: Medal Holes: 18 Yardage: 6655 SSS: 72
Seaside links course.

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Course Name: Ashludie Holes: 18 Yardage: 5123 SSS: 66
Seaside links course.
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  • Monifieth Links

    Geoff Colmer wrote on: Jul 10, 2010

    Played July 2010. Three clubs share the 2 x 18 holes on this inland links. We played the championship track and found it good value and a fair test. Beutifully kept around the greens but tees needed attention.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Andrew McArtney, McChief 11/98

    Andrew McArtney, McChief wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    There's Nothing Quite like a McArtney!!!A Genuine Links course. It is undergoing 'reconstruction' at the moment that will hopefully bring it back to its former glory. It is a
    qualifying course for the Carnoustie Open in 1999. The wind tends to be the biggest problem (for me anyway!!) especially on the first 6 holes, when the railway runs up the RHS of the course.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Bill Fredericks 11/98

    Bill Fredericks wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I played this course last year with some local lads and it was my introduction to Scottish golf. The course was very dry and the wind was up but they had actually been watering in places. That made it very difficult to run the ball up on the green since it might be wet in front and cause the ball to jump up. Not terribly long, fairly open, some out of bounds on the first few holes has some penal rough in some locations but no blind shots or invasive water hazards.