You can enjoy a round of golf in the Highlands at a number of fantastic golf courses. Find the ideal golf course in the Highlands to suit your ability, with challenging and family-friendly 9-hole courses as well as driving ranges and golf schools.
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18 holes, 6111 yards, SSS 70, par 69
Traditional links course re-designed by James Braid in 1923.
Lybster is a quaint little nine-hole heathland/moorland course with good views over the Moray Firth.
Spean Bridge is a small but challenging 9 hole course situated on the east side of the village.
18 holes, 4792 yards, SSS 64, par 65
Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club was founded in 1888 and was originally 9 holes.
Muir of Ord
Muir of Ord Golf Club was known originally as the Inverness Golf Club. The course was designed in part by James Braid, lying to the west of the old A9 road.
The first two holes are on a slight gradient followed by a par four which has a ditch running across the lower part of the fairway at 250-yards from the tee, challenging some of the longer hitters.
Cawdor Castle was built in 1370 at a time when clubs were in constant use in Scotland, but not for sporting reasons.
The course is a picturesque, undulating links with a long beach on one side. The fairways are lined with swathes of gorse and heather while shingle and the beach also form a border at some holes.
Thurso is an enjoyable parkland course at the tip of the Highlands with inspiring views of the Pentland Firth and Orkney Isles.
Grantown On Spey
Craggan is now an 18 hole course of 2406 medal yards.
9 holes, 5555 yards (18), SSS 67, par 70
Interesting, testing course in idyllic surroundings.
One of Scotlands hidden gems Fort Augustus was laid out in 1924 by Harry Shapland Colt on the banks of the Caledonian Canal near Loch Ness.
Kyle Of Lochalsh
Parkland, 9 holes, 1,932 yards, SSS 0, Par 54
The golf course in Kyle was opened in 1930 and covered most of the area called the Plock of Kyle.
This is one of the classic links courses of Scotland, an amalgamation of the work of Andrew Simpson, Old Tom Morris, Ben Sayers and inevitably James Braid.
Tarbat Golf Club, founded nearly 100 years ago, is part of the beautiful seaside village of Portmahomack.