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Tee                                      Yardage                      Par         CR          SR

White – Gents Medal         6118 yards                 68         69.4        115
Yellow – Gents                   5931 yards                 68         68.7        113
Red – Ladies                      5526 yards                 72         71.7        122

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- White (Back)

- Yellow (Middle)

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- Red (Front)

The course is a challenging par 68 for Gents or a par 72 for Ladies. It is bounded by the River Deveron, which proves to be a hazard at a number of holes. Duff House Royal has achieved an excellent reputation for providing an outstanding course with large MacKenzie two-tiered greens.


It was redesigned in 1923, by the legendary Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed the world famous 'Augusta National', Home of The Masters and 'The Old Course' at St Andrews. Duff House Royal still, till this day, retains the design set out by MacKenzie.


Although close to the sea, the course is a flat, beautifully manicured parkland course with little rough, many well positioned bunkers and trees, which make the course a severe but fair challenge to golfers of all abilities.


Nestling in the middle of the course is Duff House, considered one of the grandest classical country houses built in the 18th century and designed by William Adam.

The course record is currently held by David Morrison (Meldrum House) who achieved an eight under par 60 during the 2006 season.


Players should familiarise themselves with - Local Rules



Alister MacKenzie visiting Duff House Royal for the first time...


"I have rarely come across a piece of golfing ground which leads itself so well to the construction of an attractive course"


Duff Hous Royal Course Map
Duff House Royal PGA Tour.jpg


Play against your friends in a match around DHR designed by Alister MacKenzie course designer to Augusta National.


You can either play the course before you arrive or maybe just try and master the real course if you have visited us before.

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