Forfar Golf Club (75)
Forfar Golf Club
Holes:18 Year:1871 Par: 69 Length: 5.754 yd
Architect:Old Tom Morris, James Braid
Forfar Golf Club golf course can be found on Tayside in the North of Scotland. The club has hosted national championships and have been the venue for the Scottish PGA Championship twice and the venue for the Scottish Boys Stroke Play and the Girls Home Internationals. Forfar Golf Club was established in 1871.
The original course was laid out by Old Tom Morris and remained unchanged until the 1920s when James Braid made adjustments.The course is beautifully presented and carefully maintained with the beautiful Angus glens as a backdrop and stays true to its natural heathland setting.Forfar is a 20 minute drive from the city of Dundee, which is accessible by rail and by road. Forfar is also within half an hour of other major golf courses, such as Carnoustie.Forfar is an 18 hole parkland course with a par of 69 and a length of 5261m.The terrain at Forfar is almost ‘links’ like with undulating fairways lined by Scots Pine.
There is very little walking between the green and the next tee and the generous fairways and excellent greens mean that the course can be completed in under four hours.Visitors are welcome at Forfar Golf Club but tee times are restricted certain times during the week and different times over the weekend. Visitor green fees are standard and vary according to when in the week you play. Clubs, trolleys and buggies are available to hire. Forfar Golf Club Clubhouse provides a comfortable and relaxing environment to enjoy the superb food on offer. There is also a fully stocked pro shop where the professional offers golf lessons.
A practice area is available for all golfers complete with a driving range. Forfar Golf Club presents golfers of all abilities with a set of unique challenges for anyone wanting a memorable day of golf in Scotland.