Stonehaven Golf Club

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About the Club

Stonehaven Golf Club was founded on Friday, April 13, 1888, and the first clubhouse was opened in June 1889. The original chimney stack still stands by the 15th tee. At that time, the course had ten holes, reduced to nine a year later, and it was not until July 7, 1897 , that the “new” course and clubhouse on the present site was opened.

For a short time, the professional was George Duncan, who later won the Open Championship in 1920 and who played in a winning Ryder Cup team.

Also to grace the fairways was another Open champion, the legendary James Braid, who played a challenge match on August 18, 1906 , against Archie Simpson, the professional at Royal Aberdeen. Afterwards, Braid and Simpson planned improvements to the course.

A much less welcome visitor called in August, 1940, when a German aircraft, fleeing home after a raid, dropped a bomb on the course only a hundred yards or so from the clubhouse. The crater it left, known as Hitler’s Bunker, remains clearly visible today -- and very much in play between the first and second fairways.

Directions

Stonehaven Golf Club lies on the Braes of Cowie just to the north of Stonehaven town. It can be reached easily by road. Visitors approaching from the north on the A90 from Aberdeen should take the first exit marked Stonehaven. Then turn left immediately under the railway bridge and seek a parking space in the lower car park.

Visitors approaching from the south on the A90 should take the first exit marked Stonehaven. Follow the road into the town, go straight on at the traffic lights and right through the town. Then follow the sign to the golf club, veering right and up the hill. The club is on the right before you go under the railway bridge. Seek a parking place in the lower car park.

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Courses & Scorecards

Stonehaven Golf Course

Our course is short (par 66 and 5103 yards) but it is a challenging test for all standards of golfer. We have seven par-3 holes and one par-5 hole. Distance markers are placed on most fairways, at 150-yards and 100-yards from the marker to the centre of the green.

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66/67
PAR
66
SSS
4804
YARDS
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
4
4
12
300
2
3
3
4
198
3
4
4
14
326
4
4
4
8
359
5
4
4
2
376
6
3
3
16
171
7
3
3
10
165
8
3
3
18
132
9
4
4
6
391
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
4
4
9
294
11
4
4
17
257
12
4
5
1
396
13
4
3
7
247
14
3
3
13
149
15
3
3
3
156
16
5
5
15
447
17
4
4
5
268
18
3
4
11
172

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Club facilities

Club HouseHas a Club House
Club Hire offers Club Hire
Putting GreenDoes not have a Putting Green
Pro ShopHas a Pro Shop
Practice AreaHas a Practice Area
Club BarHas a Club Bar
Driving RangeDoes not have a Driving Range
RestaurantHas a Restaurant
Trolley Hire offers Trolley Hire
Changing has Changing Rooms
Buggy Hire offers Buggy Hire
Lessons can provide Lessons

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