Braemar is the highest 18 hole golf course in Scotland at around 1,200 feet above sea level.
The greens are amongst the finest in the area and the course is very popular with holiday makers and golfing societies. The course is relatively short, measuring 4,935 off the medal tees, but it will test golfers of any standard.
Braemar Golf Club was founded in March 1902, during the latter part of the golfing boom in Scotland. Initially a nine hole course was created and over the years this was developed into the wonderful eighteen hole course and clubhouse with full facilities.