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Moray Old Course
Moray Old Course is without doubt, one of Scotland’s finest traditional links, starting and ending in town and following a relatively straightforward, out and back path. The generous, undulating fairways are lined with prickly gorse, the shrewdly placed bunkers are deep, revetted and fearsome, including a healthy helping of good old fashioned cross bunkers. The greens are as good as any in Scotland, often seeming to be quite flat, but always filled with subtle contours, slopes and rolls. Seldom can it be said that a course has no bad holes, but that is the case here. Old Moray is always fair and what you see, is what you get.
(Back Tees 6,572 Yards / Par 71)
Moray New Course
Opened as a 9-hole relief course in 1906, the great, Sir Henry Cotton was responsible for re-vamping the layout and extending it to a full 18 holes in 1979, a task the 3-time British Open Champion accomplished with aplomb and a great deal of style. Tighter than The Old with decidedly smaller greens, it demands careful thought and accuracy from start to finish, sharply penalizing those who do not comply.
(Back Tees 6,068 Yards / Par 70)
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