4 reviews of Cullen Golf Club
Cullen is a delightful, short 18 hole course with both simple and challenging holes. Holes 2, 4, 12, and 13 are unusual, blind par threes up cliffs or over rock outcroppings. There are incredible views from almost any location on the course. The green fees are very reasonable and vouchers are accepted to make it even more attractive. The staff in the clubhouse were very welcoming of us.
With so many par 3's and the manner in which the holes play across cliff tops and cut through rocks, it is a bit of a novelty course of the likes you are unlikely to experience again. But it's fun, and on 2F1 especially, it would be a shame not to play this course just the once.
Cullen is a wonderfully sporty course, with 10 par 3's and just one par 5, but nonetheless a challenging round. The course plays on top of, and then down below, a series of clifftops. Virtually every hole offers great views of the sea. No. 7, Firth View, is a terrific par 3 played from on top of a cliff to a green far down below. Nos. 11, 12, and 13 -- all par 3's -- play in and around a series of stack formations that cut through the middle of the course. The course (summer '99) is in great shape, and the clubhouse is very inviting. Club secretary Ian Findlay may be the nicest club secretary in all of Scotland; a wonderful host. All in all, well worth playing if in the area.
An Extraordinary Course, With Short Holes, But Greens Completely Hidden From View On Some. Watch Out For The Flags On The Rocks To Aim Your Tee Shots, Or You Could End Up Playing To The Wrong Greens!
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