Dalmunzie Golf Club

The 1st tee is some 50 feet above the Lochsie river.
Group of golfers walking across the course
The 354-yard 3rd turns back down the glen from an elevated tee
The 354-yard 3rd turns back down the glen from an elevated tee
Group of golfers walking across the course
The 1st tee is some 50 feet above the Lochsie river.

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Dalmunzie Golf Club

Dalmunzie golf course was for the personal use of Sir Archibald Birkmyre and his family.

In 2014 an enquiry by Neil Crafter of the Mackenzie Society led to the discovery of a commercial brochure issued by Simpson Arana, golf architects based in Spain in 1946. Among the list of courses credited to renowned architect Tom Simpson is a private course for Sir Archibald Birkmyre. Birkmyre bought Dalmunzie Estate after the 1914-18 war and commissioned the golf course making it apparent that Simpson is the one and only architect of the Dalmunzie golf course.

Dalmunzie Golf Club was formed in 1946 and has almost 100 members from all over the world. If you are a regular guest or know Dalmunzie well maybe membership is for you. To enquire about membership please contact David Woodcock on 01250 885226 or email info@dalmunzieestate.com  The Club has 3 weekend meetings and prize-giving dinners per year – the Captain’s medal in May, an Open golf competition in July or August and the Club Championship in October.

The Golf Course is now open to all including our cottage residents, hotel guests, local golfers and visitors. 

Green fees are payable at Dalmunzie Hotel where club hire and the purchase of a limited amount of accessories is also available.

Just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our holiday at the Dower House the children in particular loved playing by the river and between us we managed to cover most possible activities Munros were climbed, fish pursued, pools and waterfalls jumped into, tennis played, tracks walked and birds, stoats and voles watched with interest. We were very comfortable appreciated the fire on a couple of nights.

Emily Malcolm