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With a history that spans more than a century, founded in 1896 and expanded to 18 holes in 1976. Turriff Golf Club has truly earned its position as a "Jewel in the Crown," one of the gems of northeast Scotland golf courses.
An 18-hole parkland course that plays to a par of 70, Turriff Golf Club gives golfers the challenge they desire and the spectacular scenery they've come to expect for great Scottish golf courses.
Tree-lined fairways, expertly placed bunkers and water all add to the challenge at Turriff Golf Club, where golf course management is key to marking down a low score. Still, the course provides for plenty of opportunities for long hitters to bring out the big guns, especially on the par-5 No. 12 hole, which is the longest hole on the golf course. Playing to 6,118 yards and set on the River Deveron, Turriff is a perfect walking course for those that find carts an unneeded accessory.