Duff House Royal Golf Club

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  • Holes of Merit:
    6, 9, 12, 16

At A Glance

The greens are MacKenzie originals including two double greens.

Duff House Royal Golf Club is Alister MacKenzie's most northernly work.

The only royal golf club where the royal title is used as a suffix and not a prefix.

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

Further Viewing

Duff House Royal's own promo video can be seen here

Linksland video can be seen here


Full Course Review

Duff House Royal Golf Club opened in 1910 after being laid out by Archie Simpson. It was in 1923 however, that Alister MacKenzie made the course what it is today. Charles MacKenzie, Alister's brother, constructed the course. Holes 7 through 9 then 16 and 17 make the most of the River Deveron property.


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