Cullen Links Golf Club


Cullen Links Golf Club is an amazing albeit unusual course that needs to be played to be believed. 

Situated on the North East coast of Scotland, overlooking the Moray Firth, Cullen Links Golf Course is ideal for outings. The pioneer Old Tom Morris came north from St Andrews to find the same sandy soil at Cullen Links. Situated halfway between Royal Dornoch and Royal Aberdeen on the Moray Firth coastline, this is a design from golfing history.

Cullen Links Golf Club was originally designed as a 9-hole course by renowned golf course architect ‘Old Tom Morris’. It was then later developed into an 18-hole by Charlie Neaves. Cullen is an enchanting course - perfectly located along the stunning shores of the Moray Firth. On the noted 7th tee, keep one eye on the ball and another to the shore to survey for Bottlenose Dolphins.

As one of the world’s 264 true links courses, Cullen is known as the shortest of all these. While the course may be short, it packs a plentiful punch with an exciting mix of straightforward and challenging holes – to accommodate golfers of any ability.