This 9 hole course sits at the end of its own winding road and the first glimpse of the course reveals it is nestled down in a stunning cove that joins the land to the sea. The course follows the contours of the cove, offering stunning views of the Moray Coast along the way.
The course offers a pay and play approach with something for golfers at all levels.
The length of the course gives the less experienced an opportunity to try links golf but sea grass, gorse, the odd deep bunker and difficult to hit greens provide a test for the more experienced player.
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“Absolute cracking 9 hole course in a glorious setting. I thoroughly recommend you give it a go! It’s a hidden gem…..”
A short links course at only 2026 Yards, but it’s still a serious test, so be warned. The 1st is a flattish 197 Yard Par 3, gorse on both sides, accuracy would be required.
The 2nd is a 304 yard Par 4 with a narrow fairway lined with gorse, with bunkers guarding both sides of green.
The 3rd is a 311 Yard Par 4 slight dog leg to right, again accuracy is everything for this hole.
The Par 4, 4th is the Stroke Index 1. The hole length is 403 Yards making it Covesea’s longest hole.
Don’t be fooled by the yardage 92yds short par 3 up the hill.
The magnificent 6th view above the Hole itself, a 238 Yard Par 3. The drop is well over 100 Feet, with the green nestling in its own amphitheater.
The 7th a blind par 3 over a heugh gorse covered sandstone stack to a three tiered, cork screw shaped green.
The 8th 241yds par 4, the easiest of all 9 but be aware of the bunker on the right of green.
The last hole, a 109 Yard Par 3 played from the base of cliff to a small saucer shaped target green, so exciting you will want to play it again.