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Address: Colliston, Letham Grange, ARBROATH, DD11 4RL

Tel: 01241 890373

Website: www.lethamgrangegolfclub.co.uk/

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It's been descibed as 'the Augusta of the North' and it's easy to see why. Don't be deceived by its easy first few holes. Letham possesses its very own Amen Corner from the 8th to 10th and the back nine is one of the most enjoyable anywhere.

Course Information

Course: 72 par

Course Style: Parkland

Green Fees: Mon-Fri: £45. Sat-Sun:£50.

Course Length: 6,632 yards (6,064 metres)

Holes: 18

Difficulty: -

Course Membership: -

Course Features

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Buggy Hire
  • Trolley Hire
  • Driving Range
  • Dress Code
  • Practice Green
  • Club Hire
  • Pro Shop
  • Handicap

Course Description

Letham Grange Old Course was opened by Sir Henry Cotton in 1987 and was designed by Donald Steel. The course consists of narrow tree lined holes and open, rolling, and undulating fairways. A constant, yet never exaggerated feature is the intelligent use of water that influences 13 of the 18 holes.

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Letham Grange Resort Today's Golfer 2006-11-29T19:02:00.0000000 It's been descibed as 'the Augusta of the North' and it's easy to see why. Don't be deceived by its easy first few holes. Letham possesses its very own Amen Corner from the 8th to 10th and the back nine is one of the most enjoyable anywhere. It's been descibed as 'the Augusta of the North' and it's easy to see why. Don't be deceived by its easy first few holes. Letham possesses its very own Amen Corner from the 8th to 10th and the back nine is one of the most enjoyable anywhere.
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