Montrose Golf Links - Broomfield Course
The Broomfield Course is maintained to the same high standards as Montrose Links' other 18-hole golf course - the Medal Course.
Originally a nine-hole course, Broomfield was extended to 18 holes in 1915. Because of the flat nature of the golf course, walking is easy, making it ideal for parties looking to play 36 holes in a day or to perfect your game before taking on the challenge of the Medal Course in the afternoon.
Measuring 4,800 yards, the Broomfield Course does not require long carries from the tee, but accurate approach shots are a must to find the small greens.
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Good course, not overly challenging but if your just out for a friendly game with friends or by yourself then this place is prefect. Staff are friendly and willing to help, good sale ongoing at pro shop, definitely worth a visit.
Played course for first time small course excellent for beginners or high handicappers.
Grand day out
I don’t get taken out often for a game with the hubby. His membership course is a bit of a challenge. The broomy at Montrose was an excellent compromise. Suited the novice (me) or someone looking to study club selection without pressure (him). Nice.
Nice course but poor greens
Overall the course was good. However the greens were pretty poor and there were rabbit holes everywhere including the greens
GREAT WEE COURSE...SOMETHING FOR ALL LEVELS
Worth the drive north from Dundee, just what we needed the day after the Torrance at St Andrews, shortish course, not too demanding...zipped round pretty quickly too...great condition...well worth a visit !!
Great course for beginners or for folk taking up golf after a lengthy absence
Having recently started playing again this was my first round on 'The Broomie' for many years. The layout of the course has changed since the last time I played but it was well signposted so there was no confusion. As for the course itself it was in great condition and the greens looked immaculate, only small gripe would be the tee on the 9th is currently a small mat tucked away on a narrow path but the old tee was roped off so can only assume its under repair but really just a minor niggle. It's a fairly straight and flat course but a good challenge all the same, any wayward shots will find the deceptively thick rough. I was playing alone so eventually caught up to a couple of groups in front of me but that was no fault of theirs and the ones in front did offer to let me through but I would only have been held up by the ones in front of them. All in all a very enjoyable round of golf and I will definitely be returning in the very near future!
Sea side golf
Great course for some holiday golf not to demanding but a fair challenge all the same and when the wind gets up what a different course..... recommended
Nice short course
Played here with my 12 year old son, course very enjoyable,it maybe short in distance but still tricky playing with a breeze,greens were fantastic,very pleasant course to play, staff in the pro shop were very friendly and the food we had in the royal clubhouse was very tasty, definitely would return.
Nice for training and quick round
This is a short 18 hole next to its big sister - the medal ground. It is flat and has few obstacles and billiard ball flat greens. I went there because my game recently, particularly with woods was off and I wanted a bit of quiet practice. Its good for that or if you need a quick round. If you want a challenge then you need the medal course.