Montrose Golf Club
Traill Drive,
Montrose, Tayside DD10 8SW
Tel : +44 (0)1674 672932 Fax : +44 (0)1674 671800

1 km from Montrose, off A90

Further Information
Public course. Royal Montrose, Caledonia and Mercantile clubs play here

Course Details

Course Name: Broomfield Holes: 18 Yardage: 4815 SSS: 63

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Course Name: Medal Holes: 18 Yardage: 6470 SSS: 72

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Accomodation in the Area:
Links Hotel
Mid Links
Montrose, Angus DD10 8RL
Tel: (01674) 671000 Fax: (01674) 672698

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  • montrose golf club

    gary small wrote on: Sep 21, 2010

    I was lucky enough to play Montroseg/c in 1995 with mates, but wonder if the little restaurant beside the carpark is still there!! It was called Roos Leap. Great spot.


  • Montrose medal april 2008

    Jens Vagland wrote on: Apr 21, 2008

    This is defintely a course worth playing. Its fun to tee off and finish almost surronded by the village! Friendly staff and not so crowded course. 4:th hole is a short par 3 that you will never forget and on the fifth hole: take the opportunity to check out the oceanwiew and the sandbanks! Great mixture between long and short holes. All together a well kept course!
    Definitely worth a visit!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tim Michael 10/01

    Tim Michael wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    Having played on the likes of Carnoustie, Crail and other links courses, I was aware of the demands of playing links golf and I was not sure what Montrose Medal would hold. However, it was an absolutely excellent course with rolling fairways and lovely greens. Holes 2, 3 and 4 are superb together with testing par 3 16th hole, usually against the wind. As a qualifying course for 1999 Open, it's up 'there' with the best.
    I would recommend Montrose to anyone, particularly if you like links courses. The local people are very helpful and friendly. Make the effort and get up there!


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Tim Michael 10/01

        Joseph Brown wrote on: Sep 25, 2006

        My Mother was born and raised in Montrose, Scotland- later moving to the United States with my Father. We used to visit this town every couple of years for an extended stay. I grew up on the Montrose golf courses- first time I ever played, I played the Broomfield. Then finally graduated to the Medal Course. I love playing golf in Scotland, and still enjoy playing Montrose over 30 years later. Thanks for the review- too many times Montrose is in the shadows of more famous British Open courses, when it should be looked upon as one of the best links courses in Scotland.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ken Walker 03/00

    Ken Walker wrote on: Feb 29, 2000

    I trust that Kevin Craig is pulling our leg regarding his prowess as a new golfer. The Broomfield course, while much shorter and flatter than the Medal is by no means 'a piece of cake' due mainly to its small greens. It is ideal for what it was designed - beginners, less able golfers and our more elderly golfing friends who find the flatter course easier on their limbs.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Kevin Craig 01/00

    Kevin Craig wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    The course is far too small in distance and because I have a massive drive which always goes straight I have only been playing golf six months and have already finished under par on this course. Also I found the greens are too flat.


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