6 reviews of Duff House Royal Golf Club
A beautiful parkland course in superb condition. I entered their 5 day open and enjoyed the company and hospitality of 194 fellow golfers at a cost of literally "peanuts" - excellent food and refreshments at most reasonable prices - great fun and amazing value for money! I recommend you try it a.s.a.p. C. Black
My mate Billy and I, having just played at Fraserburgh G.C. the day before drove along the scenic coast road to an overnight stay in Banff in readiness for a morning tee-off at this beautiful parkland course set in flat land beside the River Deveron. What an absolute gem of a course this is. The first tee is directly in front of the impressive clubhouse, and it's a good feeling to see 2 decent drives make there way down the generous fairway. The tees are in tip top condition, the fairways well maintained and the greens are all immaculate, as well as testing. The course, although as flat as a billiard table, drains incredibly well, as we had the heavens open up the previous day, and you would not have believed there had been any rain at all, as all the course was perfect. It's not really a course with any individual outstanding holes, it's a golf course to be enjoyed as a complete package. A cracker of a parkland course as you will find anywhere.
I tjink that Duff House Royal is one of the best courses in the whole of Scotland as i have played a lot of golf up there i would certainly reccomened this golfing pleasure to anyone. I think that the greens at Duff are probably are probably one of the toughest greens you will ever play on there quite a few Mckenzie greens. I also have to say that the facilities at Duff are excepttional with excellent facalities and very good catering. I reccomened this course to any loving Golfer, Robert Killey Just played Drayton Golf Course and thought it was a very good course,it was that good I have just booked it up for a golf society day.There were some challenging holes,I would recommend this course to anyone.
Having played Duff House Golf Course in August 200 at the five day amatuer event, I was seriously impressed with the lay-out, condition and beauty of the course. From the two tiered greens on almost every hole to the challenging par 4 18th (I played that hole in practise and ended up throwing my ball off the tee), this truly is a top class course. Don't be put of by the Moray Firth crashing into the beach just a seven iron away from the first tee, because this course feels like an inland course. I was very much reminded of Augusta!
A long flat parkland course with large Greens which were designed by thre same person as Masters,Agusta National course. The Par four 7th at 470 yds is a match for any par 4 in the area and the finishing 5 holes are a great challenge to the lower handicaper to complete in Par. A tougher course than it looks and always in good condition.
One of the most enjoyable courses I have played. The holes and course layout are very challenging. The greens are large and well contoured. The fairways are well bunkered and level for a good lie leaving mistakes up to the golfer. Beautiful setting next to the river as it moves out to the sea.
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