Scottish Golf Courses

Montrose Medal Golf Course

Tel: 01674 672932    Address: Traill Drive, Montrose, Angus DD10 8SW

Key Features

Type: Links    Length: 6544    Par: 71    Telephone: 01674 672932

Course Description

Montrose Medal Course is simply one of the finest links courses on Scotland's east coast and as such, was chosen by the R&A to be used as a Local Final Qualifying Course for The Open Championship (when it was held at Carnoustie) both in 1999 and again in 2007.

It is also a course much admired by American Ben Crenshaw. "A magnificent stretch of marvellously natural ground which depicts how the game was born," said the American only a few years ago. 

The challenge of the Medal course often comes down to the weather. If the sea breeze is more than a breeze then the challenge is much tougher.

Good shot making is required on every hole and the straighter you are, the better chance you have of a good score.

Green Fees

Weekday: Round Ticket - POA
Weekday: Day Ticket - POA
Weekend: Round Ticket - POA
Weekday: Day Ticket - POA
Green Fee Key - £1-£15=£   £16-£30 = ££   £31-£50 = £££   £50+ =££££

Directions to Montrose Medal Golf Course

A92 from Arbroath (south) or Aberdeen (north) then follow signs in town.

Ways to contact the golf club directly

Tel: 01674 672932
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Golf Club Facilities

Trolley Hire


Catering


Club Hire


Clubhouse


Shower Available


Changing Rooms


Proshop


Putting Area


Buggy Hire


Tuition Available


Society Golf




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