Tarland Golf Club
Aberdeen Road, Tarland,
Aboyne, Aberdeenshire AB34 4TB
Tel : +44 (0)13398 81413
Tarland Golf Club is a parkland course originally designed by the legendary Tom Morris in 1908. It offers magnificent scenery looking towards the hills all around. The Golf Club is built on land owned by the MacRobert trust and overlooking the course is Alastrean House which is used as a rest home for the RAF. (Royal Air Force). Recent visitors to play the course have been tennis payer Jimmy Connors and Comedian Billy Connolly. The club offers full bar and catering facilities although we have no professional associated with the club.
31 miles west of Aberdeen; 5 miles north of Aboyne.
Information herein provide by the club 29 Aug 1998.
|Course Name: Tarland Holes: 9 Yardage: 2900 SSS: 67|
|This course is an easy walking parkland course providing an excellent challenge to all classes of golfer. For club competitions and open tournaments players use different tees for the second nine holes offering a different challenge. Some of the par 3's are lengthened and one of the par 4's is extended to a par 5 hence the SSS of 67 for eighteen holes. Most of the trouble is found on the right hand side of the course. Each hole has its own fairway so accuracy is required. The golf course is maintained in excellent condition by the greenkeepers. The course record for 18 holes stands at 65 which shows that the course offers a strong challenge from the medal tees.
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