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.

Find out more about joining

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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Casino Night at the Broughty - Roll up! £100 cash Prize

May 27, 2017, 7:00pm - May 27, 2017, 11:00pm

Calling all you card sharps and roulette rollers, it's Casino Night at the Broughty on Saturday 27 May. Ticket Cost is £15 per person to cover the hire cost of the 3 tables and also a lovely WeeCOOK ...

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Broughty seniors lost 4-2 at home to Crail today in a friendly match.
Picture shows opposing captain for the day Frank Gloak having a small celebration - well done Crail.
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Our Club Championship qualifying process kicked off on Saturday with the Marshall Trophy. 2015 Champion Steven Donald collected a host of birdies on his way to a score of 69, especially impressive given the day's conditions.

Chasing Steven is 2016 Champion Mo Lindsay on 72, with last year's runner up Dave Ramsay alongside Jamie Watt on 74. Round 2 is next Saturday

In a break from tradition we shall also be reclassifying the scores of the remaining field using a Top Gear style grading system of wet, really wet, and yir aff yir heid playing in that.
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Captain /vice captain competition on the Ashludie tonight went with a swing! Here are our vice captain Colin and captain Bill welcoming members back to the clubhouse for a well-earned dram. Colin, we won't mention who won ... ... See MoreSee Less

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Jim Elder was the happy winner of the Adie Medal last Sunday - well done Jim. ... See MoreSee Less

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Golfing catch up.... Congratulation to Jim Elder who won last Sunday's Adie Medal, pipping Richard Shepherd via a countback.

Some good scoring in Wednesday's competition with John Thomson (68), Jim Mcluskie and David Moncur (69s) all breaking 70.

This Saturday sees the start of the qualifying process for this year's club championship with the 1st leg of the Marshall trophy
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**WeeCOOK WEDNESDAYS - £6 Supper club** Love a great deal? Tonight we launch our 'secret special £6 suppers'.... Each Wednesday between 5pm & 7pm we will be putting one of our most popular main co...

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June 6th sees women’s golf come to the fore with the International Women’s Golf day which celebrates women and girls playing golf and learning skills that last a lifetime. Monifieth Golf Links, t...

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We’re delighted to announce the return of our popular Player of the Week leaderboard with a new format and host of fantastic prizes up for grabs! We'll be announcing our first lucky winner shortly....

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