Stornoway Golf Club's 18-hole course in the Outer Hebrides offers panoramic views of Stornoway Harbour. Set amongst the woodlands of Lews Castle the course is has plenty hazards such as mature trees, heather and gorse to test your golfing skills.
With the most westerly golf course in the UK, the Barra Golf Club on the Isle of Barra has stunning views looking out over the Atlantic Ocean. This short 9-hole links course offers many challenges upon the rugged land. All the greens on the Isle of Barra course are protected by low voltage wiring to deter livestock. This unusual feature adds to the charm of this magnificent course.
Tee off at Benbecula Golf Club and challenge your way around testing holes with water hazards and bunkers interrupting the smooth fairways and greens. Winds blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean add to the difficulty of this 9-hole course which requires golfers to use every club in their bag.
With its stunning views out to the Atlantic Ocean, the Harris Golf Club offers a unique golfing experience on the beautiful Isle of Harris. The 9-hole course has many demanding holes with more than a few natural hazards. Follow in the footsteps of Nick Faldo and Ronan Rafferty who have both previously been enjoyed playing a round on the course.
Askernish Golf Club on South Uist is a beautiful 18-hole course running parallel with the island’s shoreline providing memorable views of the dramatic landscape of the Outer Hebrides. The course is an example of the finest links golf you can experience with tricky obstacles and long slopping greens.
After your round, return to comfortable accommodation, including a small hotel and a B&B which specialise in catering for golfers.