The Ashludie is a short challenging course that was originally laid out by James Braid. Its entertaining design rewards accuracy rather than length offering a deeply enjoyable round of golf that will encompass an array of shots you may not typically encounter.
Short in stature, the Ashludie can be quite challenging. The holes to watch out for are the 13th playing to a plateau green and the 15th; a dogleg par four turning left where good positioning off the tee is crucial.
Satisfying enough on its own, when combined with the nearby Medal golf course, Monifieth Ashludie makes an excellent destination for a short golfing break.
A compact and challenging test of golf, Ashludie golf course requires more brain than brawn. Ashludie needs consistent and measured play to get the best from it, and as such it's a golf course well suited to those looking to improve their golf skills.