Today's feisty championship course, a James Braid redesign of the original layout, is one of the most natural links courses you will ever find. It's well worth the extra few miles of driving to experience such authenticity, where you are likely to be the only overseas visitor. Just be prepared for an exceptionally warm welcome and one of the most stimulating rounds of your trip.

 

There are 2 courses, an 18 and a 9 hole course and is the fifth oldest course in Scotland.

Take a brief, 15-minute drive along the coast and you will find a totally unspoiled, good old fashioned links layout, as rough and ready as it was on the day it was born. If you are looking for a genuine slice of real Scottish golf history, this is it.

This is where the Moray Firth and the North Sea converge, creating a unique microclimate where Mother Nature becomes even more cantankerous than usual. Be prepared for a bumpy ride around Fraserburgh's substantial sand dunes and an experience reminiscent of how golf must have been more than a century ago. Wildly undulating fairways, sand hills, unpredictable winds, wonderful views and some truly spectacular holes makes Fraserburgh a stern test from start to finish.