Cullen Links Golf Course

Cullen Links Golf course lies half way between Trump International and Royal Dornoch on Moray Firth coast of Scotland. National and international golfers alike, can utilise either both Aberdeen and Inverness airports to travel to this stunning North East coast location. ✈️

Part of early golfing history - 1870, the course itself was an Old Tom Morris original design and is known as the "Shortest True Links in the world" 🌍🌎🌏

Of the 38,000 golf courses worldwide only 260 are classed as True Links.
Nature has given the British Isles 220 of these gems. Cullen is one of the 90 in Scotland

The sandy soil and dunes, perfect for golf, were created around 14,000 BC. Even so, just 300 of the 7,500 miles of Scottish coastline is considered linksland.

Red Sandstone Rocks are a major feature in the routing of the golf course. These were formed in the Devonian period when Scotland was a tropical area south of the Equator

Old Tom Morris

Old Tom Morris (known as the Grand Old Man of Golf), was a pioneer in the game.
As Old Tom travelled North from St Andrews, he found the same sandy soil and turf along the bay between Cullen and Portknockie.
When he decided to build a new golf golf here, he Old Tom designed the original 9 holes. The map of which can be found in clubhouse.