- Been playing most of the courses in this area for 20 years and continue to think that Buckpool offers best all round value.Good parking, smashing course, great greens, reasonable clubhouse and not too expensive. Thanks again I’ll be back Les Mitchell, Royal Musselburgh
- Very enjoyable, course in very good condition, greens excellent. Staff very welcoming. Well worth the visit we will come again. Howard Ormsby, Rugby Golf Club
- Super course – great condition, considering the very bad weather. Great idea for a competition (Buccaneer Open on a Wednesday in July for both Ladies & Gents)Mr & Mrs H Routledge, Burton on Trent
- A wonderful course, very fair and in excellent condition (Derek is a retired greenkeeper), friendly staff too. A great day out Mr & Mrs D Lane, Sunridge Park (London SE)
The fishing town of Buckie in the North East of Scotland has been keeping one of Scottish Golf’s best kept secrets for many a year – its links style course. Slightly elevated above the sea, it boasts superlative views across the Moray Firth towards the hills of Caithness.Built on sand, Buckpool has fast, rolling fairways, often lined by tall mature gorse bushes.
Swailes and hollows are littered around the approaches to slick undulating greens, so precious some are protected by cavernous bunkers.Blend all this with Scottish hospitality and sincere friendliness. Relaxed, refreshed and rewarded, a visit to Buckpool Golf Club will surely “Haste ye Back”
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