Edzell West Water
Set at the gateway to the Angus Glens that reach into the foothills of the Grampian Mountains, the nine-hole West Water course was opened in 2001. It is predominantly flat with a parkland feel - all the fairways are tree-lined. The seventh and eighth holes, which border the West Water, are particularly scenic.
Named after the river, the West Water Course was designed by Scottish golf course architect Graeme Webster and is perfect for a pre-round warm-up or a fun, evening round.
This par 32 layout is predominantly flat parkland and all fairways are tree-lined. The seventh and eighth holes border the West Water and are particularly scenic. Although originally heathland in nature, a major tree-planting programme started in the 1960s has brought a parkland air to the picturesque and peaceful setting.
Edzell Golf Club