The Corbie Hill Course is a natural 18 hole Scottish Links built round Corbie Hill. It has a standard scratch of 71(USGA slope rating 129) off the medal tees and 69 (USGA slope rating 124) off the yellow boxes. Pro strokesaver available from Bar & Office.
Founded in 1777 and later redesigned by the five times open champion James Braid in 1922 the course is a good yet fair test of golf. This redesign has left us with the legacy of being one of the most natural traditional scottish links layouts to compare favourably with neighbouring Cruden Bay Golf Club, Murcar Links Golf Club,Royal Aberdeen Golf Club and Trump International Links Golf Scotland.
The geographic location of Fraserburgh also conveniently places us with access to many fine courses on the Moray Firth such as Duff House Royal,Strathlene, Buckpool,Elgin, Moray Old and New,Forres,Nairn West,Nairn Dunbar and Castle Stuart. The 18 hole Corbiehill course is well protected by the dunes and sand hills that fringe the length of Fraserburgh Bay and offers fine panoramic views particularly from the 3rd Tee with a spectacular vista of sand sea, links and the Buchan landscape. The course is renowned for its undulating fairways and variety of different types of hole, especially the four par threes.