Drumoig Golf Course (est. 1997)
Yards: 6956 Holes: 18 Par: 72
Drumoig golf course has gained a good reputation as an 18-hole, championship-style course, which presents an interesting and challenging round for any golfer.
The manicured layout of the course encourages full shoulder turns and solid iron play. The signature 5th is a par five, almost always into the prevailing westerly wind and requiring two long woods and a long iron to reach the entrance of a sheltered green. The 9th offers the prospect of two large lochs biting into a thin waist of land.
Drumoig golf course is a relative newcomer to the world of golf in Scotland, but it certainly holds it own when it comes to challenging and engaging golf and definitely deserves a visit so you can see for yourself exactly what this charismatic golf course has to offer.
Drumoig is a good golf course for driving, with most holes apart from the 9th giving you plenty of room.
Water comes into play on three holes, with two greens nestling in the old whinstone quarries. Each hole offers an array of unique features. From the back tees, the course provides an excellent challenge for the more advanced golfer, and from the front tees the amateur golfer can not only enjoy their game, but also marvel at the views across St Andrews Bay and over the River Tay to Dundee and Carnoustie.
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