Montrose Medal Golf Course (est. 1562)


Yards: 6585 Holes: 18 Par: 71

Montrose Medal golf course, established in 1562, is the fifth oldest golf course in the world and if you are looking for classic Scottish links courses to play, this is a must.

The Montrose Medal is a traditional links layout requiring good shot-making skills, particularly in the sea breezes which can alter the character of the course on a daily basis.

Montrose Medal golf course holds a singular place in the history of golf in Scotland, and its unique character harks back to the earliest days of golf. If you're planning a golfing holiday in Angus and want to experience an authentic slice of golfing heritage, the Montrose Medal golf course should not be missed.

Pro Tips

Accuracy at all times is essential when playing Montrose Medal golf course. Typical Scottish links with undulating fairways, gorse and rough being features throughout. Not always wise to go with the driver especially when the wind blows.

The Montrose Medal course presents a stiff challenge even to experienced golfers, but facing up to its rigours is a hugely satisfying experience.


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Course Information

Montrose Golf Links Limited
Traill Drive
DD10 8SW

Secretary: Claire Penman

Professional: Jason Boyd

Telephone: +44 (0) 1674 672932

Green Fee Rates:

November 16 to February 17:


  • £34 per round

1st to 24 March 17:



  • £38 per round

25th March to 30th April 17:



  • Mon to Sat - £50 per round
  • Sun - £40 per round

1st May to 30th September 17:



  • Mon to Sat - £70 per round
  • Sun - £40 per round

1st to 31st October 17:


  • Mon to Sat - £50 per round
  • Sun - £40 per round


35 miles from Dundee & 40 Miles from Aberdeen on A935