Montrose Broomfield was opened in 1915. Its links-like turf is a pleasure to play from, especially during the summer months when the ground is dry and fast.
The key to conquering this deceptive course is a delicate touch and the ability to accurately control the ball. The devil is in the detail as the natural undulations demand precision from tee to green. Putting can also be demanding as the subtle green contours will test any golfer.
Another distinguishing feature is the burn which comes into play on at least five holes crossing the fairway at the 3rd, 4th and 13th. It also influences the approach shots on the 5th and 12th.
Montrose Broomfield is a course with to plenty to offer. Laid out on a relatively level plane, it is ideal for those wishing to play 36 holes in one day making Montrose an ideal destination for a golf break.
Montrose Broomfield is a deceptively short and flat course, but don't let this put you off. This is a course that will test your short game, but is also fun to play.