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Aboyne Day inc Accommodation/Evening Dining

The course provides a fine test for golfers of all abilities. It presents a rich variety of memorable holes making the most of the natural variations in the terrain which is a mix of rolling parkland with inviting fairways and elevated links-like heathland with tighter targets. Mature trees and water are in play on many holes. Our superb setting by the Aboyne Loch has splendid views of the Dee valley, ranging from Clachnaben to the distant peak of Lochnagar. Aboyne Loch is a notable feature lending character and scenic beauty to the course as well as providing a hazard to be avoided on the last hole of the relatively flat outward tree-lined parkland nine.

You may be distracted from the shot you face by the visit of an osprey, or the sighting of terns or a heron fishing the shallows of the Loch. Thereafter, the course changes character to rugged heathland and climbs gently providing magnificent panoramic views over the Aberdeenshire countryside.

Golfers are tested by the course’s distinctive feature which sees a number of holes with undulating fairways formed around the historic ‘rigg and furrows’ of medieval farming which add a unique terrain challenge requiring more brains than brawn to play. Lying on free-draining soil, the course enjoys a surprisingly dry micro-climate.

After your round, you will sit down and have a home-cooked light lunch.

Your transport will take you back to your accommodation or you may choose to go on an excursion*, see dropdown.

Once you have rested, you will transported to one of my recommended dining options, see drop down.

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