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Strathlene Buckie Golf Club

Strathlene Buckie Golf Club

AB56 2DJ
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Strathlene Golf Club, magnificently situated in a picturesque position overlooking the Moray Firth, is at the eastern end of Buckie, Banffshire in the Northeast of Scotland. Records date back to 1880, detailing a thriving course, known as "The Buckie Golf Club". At this time there were nine holes compared to the present day 18 hole course.

The land was gifted by the Dowager Countess of Seafield in 1887 to her factor, Mr W.G. Bryson. His niece, Miss Kynoch of Strathlene sold the property in 1931 to Buckie Town Council. They employed Mr George E. Smith to plan a new eighteen hole course.

This present day, 18-hole, par 69 of 5977 yards cliff-top course, follows the natural contours of the land. The high quality greens, complimented by well maintained open fairways and natural rough present a challenge to every golfer.

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