Monifieth Ashludie Golf Course (est. 1912)
Yards: 5123 Holes: 18 Par: 66
The shorter Ashludie Course next door to the Medal is an entertaining, if quite short, venue but a pleasurable course to play nevertheless. James Braid designed the course and, despite its short stature, it can be quite challenging.
The holes to watch out for on the course are the 13th playing to a plateau green with the second shot required to hold the green, and the 15th, a dogleg par four turning left where good positioning of the drive is essential.
Ashludie golf course offers a relaxing and deeply enjoyable round of golf, rewarding accuracy over power. Satisfying enough on its own merits, when combined with the nearby Medal golf course, Monifieth Ashludie makes an excellent destination for a short golfing break.
A compact and challenging test of golf, Ashludie golf course requires more brain than brawn, demanding accurate iron shots to the well respected greens. Ashludie requires consistent and measured play to get the best from it, and as such it's a golf course that's well suited to those looking to improve their golf skills.
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Secretary: Jan Brodie
Professional: Ian McLeodTelephone: +44 (0) 1382 535 553
Green Fee Rates:
November 16 to March 17:
- £15 per round
April to 15th October 17:
- £30 per round
16th to 31st October 17:
- £20 per round