One of Scottish golf's best-kept secrets

Swales 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.


At Buckpool we invite you to have an enjoyable golfing day visiting our club.

Here you will experience a traditional links course originally designed in 1933 for the fishermen of Buckie by JH Taylor, one of the Great Triumverate.

Following his British Open experience, with five successes, against the likes of Harry Vardon and James Braid in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, JH Taylor designed the course that has essentially changed little over the years while with today’s vast improvement in club and ball technology continues to challenge us as golfers.

Since the time of JH Taylor, we have maintained and improved the fairways and the greens which now have a reputation of being  ”the best in Moray”.