Membership offer: Kemnay Golf Club

Kemnay

Kemnay Golf Club was established in 1908 and is set in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire, providing spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.

This hidden gem is one of the best and most successful inland courses in the North East of Scotland.

The course itself has seen many changes in the club’s recent history. Until 1987 it was a short nine-hole track, but following the purchase of an additional 16 acres of adjoining land the course was then extended. 

Further changes were made 1997 and 2013 to form its current 6,500+ yard, par-71 championship layout.

WIN A YEAR'S MEMBERSHIP AT KEMNAY GC!

After your game you can relax in the comfortable new clubhouse and enjoy a delicious, freshly cooked meal and refreshments.

The club is also committed to promoting junior golf, with coaching on offer for youngsters, as well as a six-hole par-3 course where they can hone their skills.

With a number of membership options available for those looking to join, all at very competitive rates, Kemnay is one of the standout clubs in the North East.

Current offers

Adult*: £580
Winter**: £50

* Membership until March 31, 2019
** Until March 31, 2019

Contact

Phone: 01467 642225 (option 3)
Email:administrator@kemnaygolfclub.co.uk
kemnaygolfclub.co.uk
Facebook: Search for ‘Kemnay Golf Club’

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