Martin Hawtree described the course as five per cent his work and ninety five per cent that of Mother Nature.
Not many courses can make an authentic claim to be where golf began but Royal Aberdeen is one such special place.
At 6,395 yards to a par of 70, by modern championship standards its vital statistics are distinctly modest.
Murcar Links and Royal Aberdeen retain close links with Murcar’s 4th tee situated on land belonging to their neighbour on a long-term loan agreement.
The Old Course at Moray has barely changed in the near-century-and-a-quarter since it was designed by none other than Old Tom Morris.
The original Duff House Golf Club was formally founded on March 1, 1910, using a layout by the great architect James Braid.
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