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Kings Links Golf Club - Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

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Kings Links Golf Club, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB24 1RZ, United Kingdom

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01224 276276
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http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/ACCI/web/site/xsl_SportsVenueDetail.asp?fid=21
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sport@aberdeencity.gov.uk
Length: 6270yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 71

About the Golf Club

Kings Links 18 hole course is a traditional well-established links course running parallel with the Aberdeen beachfront and close to other leisure facilities and Pittodrie Stadium, the home of Aberdeen Football Club.

The course has a wide range of holes ranging from par 3 to par 5. The longest hole is the Burn, a 502 yard par 5 and the shortest is the Fishers, a 171 yard par 3.

The 6 hole course lies on the corner of Golf Road/ School Road and is ideal for beginners or those seeking a short game of golf or a practise
round as the holes are fairly short and the course flat.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

As a member of one of the links clubs, I thought it would be helpful to update the report on course condition. The greens have been worked on constantly for the past year and are in very good shape, they now have fringes!! The fairways have been tightened, but not too much and the rough has been left to grow, not a bad thing because that was always the view of the links, hit it anywhere and you can always be safe...Not any more. So well done to the greenkeepers, although my handicap has crept, up the links is now more of a challenge

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