Enjoy the beautiful game of golf at Forfar Golf Club in Angus, Scotland
13 March 2018
Forfar Golf Club is the 4th oldest 18 hole course in the world and is the very first Club to have an 18 hole course from inception and inauguration. Play more golf with Open Fairways.....
Forfar Golf Club was founded in 1871 and is a wooded heathland course located only 12 miles from the 2007 Open Championship venue of Carnoustie. The original course was laid out by four time Open Champion Old Tom Morris of St Andrews in 1871 with alterations being made in 1926 by James Braid. One of the most difficult holes is undoubtedly the 12th, a 444 yard par 4, but the 412 yard 15th is suitably named "Braids Best" after the five time Open Champion. Although this is an inland course the tight undulating heathland fairways combined with a classical layout creates conditions similar to links golf. This compact golf course is in the heart of picturesque Angus and provides the ideal test for all abilities of golfer and will provide an enjoyable and memorable day for any one wishing to play golf in Scotland.