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Tain

Tain Golf club © Kieran Dodds 2013

Tain Golf Course Immaculately maintained with greens as good as presented by any Scottish layout, this combination of links and heathland boasts an idyllic setting. The course skirts the shoreline of the Dornoch Firth, with some dramatic views to a mountain backdrop, evoking a feeling of total solitude, even reverence — it’s another one for…

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Moray Old

Play Moray Old Course, The Highlands, Scotland

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…

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Nairn Championship

Play Nairn Championship Course, The Highlands, Scotland

Nairn Championship Course Nairn Championship Course is very much a traditional Scottish links with the opening holes stretching out along the shoreline. The course is a fine test of golf for the amateur golfer and professional golfer alike along with beautiful greens and a spectacular backdrop. The club has been the host to the Walker…

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Boat of Garten

Play Boat of Garten Golf Course, The Highlands, Scotland

Boat of Garten Golf Course A challenging parkland course with birch tree lined fairways. The course, designed by James Braid, has some fantastic views overlooking the Cairngorm Mountains. (Back Tees 5,876 Yards / Par 70)

Brora

Play Brora Golf Course, The Highlands, Scotland

Brora Golf Course Brora presents all the attributes of the Scottish seaside links. The layout is classic: an easy opening hole, a short hole facing each cardinal point of the compass, a hole you can’t reach in two shots and the last green under the clubhouse window. The course will ensure that you can use…

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Golspie

Play Golspie Golf Course, The Highlands, Scotland

Golspie Golf Course Located only 11 miles north of Dornoch, you will find Golspie to be a fairly flat seaside links course. Golspie is wooded with heather and the Lochy Pond provides the hazards throughout the course. A truly enjoyable golfing experience at one of Scotland’s hidden gems. (Back Tees 6,021 Yards / Par 70)

Castle Stuart

Play Castle Stuart Golf Links, near Inverness, Scotland

Castle Stuart Golf Links Castle Stuart Golf Links is the most recent addition to the Scottish Highlands sparkling collection of links courses and has already earned a reputation as one of Scotland’s best. Opened in 2009 and heralded as the most important course opening of the decade, this young upstart hosted The European Tour’s prestigious Scottish Open…

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Royal Dornoch

Play Royal Dornoch Championship Course, The Highlands, Scotland

Royal Dornoch Championship Course The pride and joy of Highland golf is and always has been, Royal Dornoch, where the game has been played since the early 17th century. Ranked among the top dozen courses in the world and one of the best links anywhere, it’s a layout that belongs on every golfers bucket list. Visit during the…

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