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Welcome to Inverurie Golf Club
A History of Inverurie Golf Club 1923 to 2013 is now available.
This book illustrates the 90-year history of the Golf Club from its 9-hole foundation to the current 18-hole layout, including the By-pass saga and the possible relocations of the Golf Course.
The accompanying DVD has a compilation of historical newspaper articles, maps, photographs, videos and information on Office-bearers.
Only £12.95 The book is available for purchase at the Club in the Bar and the Pro-shop and also at Wm Strachans Newsagents and at the Garioch Heritage Society/Tourist Office in High Street.
Please note that a sample book is available for your perusal at the Bar in the Clubhouse.
Junior golf classes will be starting at Inverurie Golf Club on a Saturday afternoon from 23-May-2015.
PGA Professional Steven McLean will be running Junior Golf Camps in the School Summer holidays for ages 8 and above. Each camp will run for 4 days, Monday to Thursday for 45 minutes per day. The Camps will be at 2pm and will commence on 13th July, 20th July and 10th August. The cost is £28 per child.
Short Golf Camps in the School Summer holidays for ages 4-8. Each camp will run for 4 days, Monday to Thursday for 45 minutes per day. There will be a group at 10am and another at 11am. Camps will commence on 13th July, 20th July, and 10th August. £22 per child.
Membership fees have been held at 2014 rates for Full Ordinary members with Junior fees set at £50. More details ...
Dining Club membership fees reduced to £20. If you become a new Dining Club member, you will receive a £10 voucher towards a meal for two or more people. More details ...
The list of Open Competitions at Inverurie Golf Club for 2015 is available. More details ...
The Fixture List for 2015 at Inverurie Golf Club is now available. More Details ...
Inverurie Golf Club is a friendly members club with more than 650 golfing members and around 100 dining club members. The clubhouse is attractively designed on two levels with a very pleasant outdoor veranda overlooking the first and eighteenth holes. We extend a warm welcome to visitors, corporate events and golf outings for whom a rewarding golfing experience and day-out is on offer.
The course, 5564yards, par 69, features an initial gently undulating opening nine holes followed by a more testing and tight finish with broom, gorse and tree-lined mature woodland. This presents a fair challenge to players of all standards who also enjoy natural attractions such as roe deer, woodpeckers and buzzards. The experience is enhanced by some panoramic views especially towards the east - taking in Uryside, Keithhall Estate ( the ancestral home of the Earl of Kintore ), and the ever expanding community of Inverurie.
The nineteenth at Inverurie offers a friendly, relaxed atmosphere where you can round of your day with a quality meal and drink, check out the history of the club, chill out on the veranda with a small refreshment or perhaps mingle with the members and enjoy the regular entertainment. However, an ideal alternative is to visit Steven McLean's well stocked Professional's Shop and browse through the latest golfing equipment, or discuss possible reasons why the course presented a slightly more difficult challenge than you anticipated!
Our chef, Brian Sinclair, is a very experienced chef and is offering Snack, All day and Evening Menus. More details ...
Inverurie is situated 16 miles (26km) along the A96 trunk road from Aberdeen to Inverness. To access the golf club, turn off the A96 at the Western (Blackhall) roundabout, following signs for Inverurie. At the next roundabout, adjacent to Morrisons Supermarket, turn right and follow the signs for the golf club. More details are available on Google interactive maps, postcode AB51 5JB.
The Royal Burgh of Inverurie nestles in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire. It lives up to its motto: "Urbs in Rure" - Town in the Country. Only a 25 minute drive from Aberdeen - the Oil capital of Europe, and barely 15 minutes from Aberdeen Airport, the Royal Burgh of Inverurie is one of Scotland's most vibrant and fastest growing communities. Boasting a proud heritage, with many cultural and historical highlights, it holds a unique position - having received honours from Robert The Bruce and Mary Queen Of Scots - in recognition of its loyal role in Scotland's illustrious past. As the bustling and thriving capital of the Garioch (pronounced Geeree), the market town of Inverurie is a main focal point for the surrounding area, with much to offer locals and visitors alike.
Looking forward to your company at Inverurie Golf Club!