Broughty Golf Club was founded in 1878 and is one of the original clubs to play over the two courses, the Medal and the Ashludie, that form Monifieth Links. Throughout its history, the Broughty has developed a very good reputation for its friendliness and warm welcome extended to all visitors.

Broughty draws its members from all over the surrounding area, mainly the county of Angus and the City of Dundee.

All are welcome.  If you are thinking about playing Monifieth Links and would like to join a club, please contact us and we will be delighted to meet you and tell you all you need to know about the club, the people and what we can offer.


All categories of membership are currently available and you will find information on the different offers we have.

There is also information about fees and the separate Links fees that we all pay to allow us access to the two courses.

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The Courses

Monifieth links boasts two excellent courses, both designed to test the skills of all golfers.

The Medal is a par 71 – 36 out, 35 back and has hosted qualifying for Major Championships along with many national and regional competitions over the years.The Ashludie is a par 68 – 33 out, 35 back and is a shorter, delightful course with smaller greens and is still a very fair test of golf.

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Bar and Catering

Broughty golf club excels with the food and refreshments, served in our very comfortable lounge and dining rooms, both overlooking the 18th green on the Medal course.

Angie Creaney, our bar manager, and her team, can offer a full range of drinks and snacks.

Our catering is also exceptional. Provided by the WeeCook Kitchen, part of the WeeCook Professional Chef Services, the Broughty has raised the bar this year when it comes to snacks, meals, dinners and other club events. Please visit www.weecookkitchen.com to find out more about the WeeCook.

The Clubhouse

The Broughty’s facilities include:

  • Lounge and bar – overlooking the 18th Green of the Medal Course
  • Sky TV
  • Dining room – overlooking the 18th Green of the Medal Course
  • Gents locker room, changing rooms, toilets and showers
  • Ladies wash room
  • Disabled toilet
  • Upstairs lounge with pool, Sky TV and computer games (this room also has an excellent view over the 1st and 18th holes of the Medal Course

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Huge thanks to everyone who has come along so far this weekend for the tapas specials! We truly appreciate your support and custom! Well done to the WeeCOOK Kitchen crew about to get torn into the was...

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No Medals on offer at the club today but plenty golf. The best scores of the day came in division 2 where Jim Byrom was top dog with a 69, closely followed by Kevin Norrie on 70... needless to say Zorro will be slashing both their handicaps in time for next week.

In division 1 Craig Thomson took the honours with a 71, ousting Andrew Gibson with a better inward 9.

Well played chaps
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**WeeCOOK Kitchen 'Tapas sampler' weekend special** Hola tasty food lovers! It's back at last, our 'Tapas' specials available throughout the weekend whilst stocks last! We are looking pretty busy Satu...

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News | This little guy continues to make media headlines, his exploits now reaching the BBC & STV! Have you heard his story from Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society...? >>> bit.ly/2orbYTH

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Our budding photographers have finally caught up with our medal winners from Saturday . Congratulations and well played to Grant Thomson & Rick Bone who won the India & Robertson Medals with excellent scores in blustery conditions.

The India Medal dates back to 1920 and was won by Grant for the lowest scratch score on the day. Grant's 72 early in the day was just enough to edge out Mo Lindsay in a countback.

Rick's net 68 won the Robertson Medal (and ensured a good slashing off his handicap!!)
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A Good Friday! Storming 67 sees St Andrews' John Paterson claim his biggest win in game with comeback victory at Scottish Boys' Open Championship! Thanks to Monifieth Golf Links for a superb 3 days! R...

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🏆 | Germany's Hannah Leonie Karg storms to Scottish Girls' Open Championship glory with Aboyne Golf Club's Shannon McWilliam finishing runner up after a superb final round 67 (-6). Huge well done...

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**SEASONAL JOBS @ THE WeeCOOK KITCHEN** Based at the Broughty Golf Club in Monifieth, we have a small busy restaurant that prides itself in serving proper fresh and tasty food. We provide catering f...

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Congratulations to Donald Scobie who with an outstanding 65 on Saturday is the inaugural winner of the Bill Gibson memorial trophy. Yesterday's round caps off an excellent run of form for Donald , one of the highlight being a birdie at the last (ably assisted by a shiny new Srixon hybrid from Ron McLeod's golf shop! ) to seal the win.

In 2nd place was Grant Thomson with 67, followed by Richard Shepherd and Steve Nicol on 68.
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its back !!! the Broughty summer golfing season begins tomorrow, kicking off with the Bill Gibson memorial trophy.

This season is already shaping up nicely and we're delighted to be welcoming in to the club lots of new members, plus some returning members who have been on sabbatical, all of whom are adding to the great atmosphere at the Broughty.

Stay tuned for some Friday nighters... the Captain v Vice Captain bragging rights contest (21st April) and Texas Scramble in May.
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