Winter Offer :: Monifieth Golf Links

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Situated within 30 minutes travelling from St Andrews and less than two hours driver from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen airports, Monifieth Golf Links is home to two superb 18-hole courses offering golf at all levels.

The medal course has been used as a final Open Qualifying venue in the past, most recently in 2007 when the championship was last played at Carnoustie.

The second course – the Ashludie Course – is a shorter layout with a par-68 measuring 5,123 yards. If you fancy something a bit different and that requires some thought this may well be the one for you.

If you’re struggling for somewhere to play this winter then Monifieth Golf Links may be just the ticket for you with these fantastic winter offers.


Monifeith Golf Links very rarely encounters course closures and offer country memberships at very competitive rates, over 50% discount on full membership fees.

A winter country membership deal is also offered, which runs until March 31, 2015, and is priced at just £70 for play on two great links courses.

For new members wishing to join Monifieth Golf Links from January 2015, the club is offering up to 15 months membership for the price of 12 in your first year (calid until March 31, 2015).

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