Tim Zado, Director of Golf
Operations, Silvertip Resort,
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Neil - I would like to thank you for
your time and your kindness back
in September when my girlfriend
Andrea and I came to visit from
Canada. Our visit to Scotland
was wonderful, and I will always
remember the hospitality you
showed during our time in St.
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St Andrews Luxury Golf present Royal Aberdeen - Royal Aberdeen can be incorporated
into any golf vacation or golf tour to Scotland with ‘Guaranteed Tee Times’
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is the 6th oldest golf club in existence with arguably one of the finest
stretches of links golf in the world. Royal Aberdeen Golf Club was founded in 1780 firstly as the Society
of Golfers at Aberdeen and then Aberdeen Golf Club in 1815. In 1888 the members moved to the links at
Balgownie. The club's "Royal" designation was awarded by Edward VII in 1903.
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club's Balgownie Links is one of the truest linksland layouts in the game. Its front
nine is cosseted within a natural dunes ecosystem that, especially from a golfer's point of view is simply
breathtaking. Interspersed with rich turf and tight, pronounced rolling fairways, these holes are a delight
to behold and play on your golf tour to Scotland.
On a golf course that is not known for its large greens, the 1st offers one of the more difficult, leaning
towards you and sloping off to the left with beach and sea immediately behind. At the 2nd you enter
Royal Aberdeen's remarkable run of seaside holes. Every one is unique but it's at the 8th that stands out
as the signature hole. Surrounded by no less than 9 snarling bunkers, the 8th changes its nature
depending on the conditions, a 3-iron one day, a pitching wedge the next; the only safe landing area, the
middle of the green is never easy especially with a stiff wind at your shoulder.
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