Duff House Royal GC

Duff House Royal Golf Club is one of the most outstanding courses in the north of Scotland. The design skills of the legendary Dr Alister MacKenzie are self-evident in the challenging two-tier greens which were the forerunner of Augusta National. At Duff House Royal you can test yourself on the originals works of MacKenzie himself. The course, which sets a demanding scratch of 68, is set in a beautiful, manicured parkland setting which also boasts glimpses of the Moray Firth. The famous River Deveron, the challenge to many an angler, borders five holes and flows into the sea through the seven-span Banff Bridge, which was completed in 1779 by John Smeaton, and forms the backdrop to the closing holes. This is an outstanding course to test out your game on.

Region :: Aberdeenshire

Length :: 68

Par :: 6043 yards

The Barnyards, Banff, AB45 3SX

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