The Scottish Golf Show

Kintore terms

Par 70

6,126 yards

The spectacular course at Kintore covers a large area of ground from the Don basin, overlooked by the clubhouse, to mature woodland at the far perimeter. It’s not too long, measuring 6,126 yards from the medal tees. As well as a fine test of golf, players will also enjoy brilliant views over the River Don, stretching to Bennachie in the Grampian Hills.

The course, originally nine holes, was owned by a local landowner and leased through the existing Burgh Council. The original driver used by J.E. Sutherland MP on September 10, 1911 to open the club, is displayed in the clubhouse.

Accuracy is the name of the game here. That’s because the course, which is a mixture of picturesque parkland and tree-lined holes, is criss-crossed by burns, putting course management at the top of attributes required to succeed.

Signature Hole

1st – Your skills will be put to the test from the word go at Kintore with a tough opening hole. It’s a par-3 that measures 226 yards from the white tees and, from the yellows, it still stretches to more than 200 yards.

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