Inverness Golf

Inverness is an ideal base for a golfing break, with nearby clubs such as Inverness Golf Club, Nairn Golf Club, Royal Dornoch and Boat of Garten offering a range of courses to test your golf.

Golf ball on tee

Inverness Golf Club

Overlooking the Beauly Firth, this is a beautiful tree-lined parkland course offering a great test of golf in the capital of the Highlands.

An aerial view of Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club in the Highlands

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club

Fortrose and Rosemarkie is a classic old links course designed by James Braid within the peaceful and tranquil peninsula of Chanonry on the northern shore of the Moray Firth. The course has a par of 71 and boasts views of the local dolphin colony.

Looking over heather and gorse to a green with a golf hole and flag in it at Nairn Golf Club, Highlands

Nairn Golf Club

This traditional Scottish links course was the scene of the Walker Cup triumph in 1999 and is a classic design of James Braid. Nairn Golf Club also has a small 9-hole course, offering an ideal introduction to links golf.

 Gorse bushes surround the golf course at Golspie, Highlands David J Whyte ©

Golspie Golf Club

This is one of the most charming of all holiday golf courses; James Braid's unusual mixture of woodland, parkland and links all in the one layout. There are six holes of each, offering a perfect warm-up or practice for golfers on a par 70 course.

Two golfers walk across the fairway between shots on Boat of Garten Golf Course

Boat of Garten Golf Club

Many dub Boat of Garten 'the Gleneagles of the North'. This 18-hole heathland course sits against the majestic backdrop of the Cairngorm mountains, adding a rare dimension to the golf, which creates a bigger test of accuracy than of length.