In Volume 1 of The Confidential Guide to Golf Courses, Tom Doak published that.
“Bordered to the south by the River Ugie and along the east by the North Sea, Peterhead enjoys a diverse setting. Unfortunately, the holes get awfully cramped in its mid section and it’s a shame that a practice area and 9 hole course aren’t folded in and used to give the big course more elbow room as there is much to admire with the property as a whole. The holes spread out at the far north end with two of the best being the long bunkerless two shot 9th and the short 133-yard 10th to a tightly guarded shallow green. Coming home, the 316-yard 17th is the kind of delightfully quirky hole of which nearby Cruden Bay possesses in spades.”
Peterhead Golf Club received a score of 5 out of 10 from one of Tom Doak’s co-authors.