Monifieth Medal

Established in 1643, Monifieth’s Medal course has a special place in the history books of golf. It was on this ancient turf that the legendary Tom Watson first experienced playing links golf in Scotland. His links initiation was clearly a success as he established himself as one of the world’s best golfers on the links, going on to win The Open a staggering five times.

A unique combination of parkland and links with undulating ground that is often flanked by rows of pine trees, Monifieth has a distinctive blend and its own distinguished feel. Deep revetted bunkers provide ample challenge, while the meandering burns will require your attention.

It is a golf course that certainly provides a stern test and lasting memories, and is clearly not to be missed by fanatics of the links game.

Monifieth Medal
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Par: 71
Holes: 18
Yards: 6655

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Pro Tips:

Monifieth Medal golf course is a former Open Qualifying venue and an excellent test. It is a course where time spent thinking on the tee is time well spent, especially with out of bounds down the right of the first six holes. This course rewards strategy and precision, making it perfect for anyone wanting to sharpen their tactical golf skills. The best time to play the course is during the summer when the links-like nature of Monifieth’s Medal Course comes to the fore.

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