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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It is quite remarkable how many of Scotland's most enjoyable links courses reflect the hand of James Braid.
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.
The ancient realm of Moray offers a wide choice of golf and its premier venue is undoubtedly the two Moray courses.
Founded in 1906 this is a testing heathland course measuring well over 6,000 yards with a par of 69.
In a remote corner of Sutherland, on a latitude shared with Hudson Bay and northern Russia, lies a golf course which many know by reputation only.
18 holes, 6111 yards, SSS 70, par 69
Traditional links course re-designed by James Braid in 1923.
Parkland, 18 holes, 6,141 yards, SSS 0, Par 70.
If you are tickled pink at the though of playing golf at your own leisurely pace then Lochcarron will suit you down to the ground.
9 holes, 4810 yards (18), SSS 65, par 68
Traigh Golf Course is set in one of the most beautiful parts of the West Highlands of Scotland, just north of Arisaig, Inverness-shire.
18 holes, 4792 yards, SSS 64, par 65
Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club was founded in 1888 and was originally 9 holes.
Dramatic hills form the backdrop to this picturesque nine-hole course.
Moray has been a popular attraction for many tourists who make the trip every year and the region's biggest pull is the two Moray golf courses, Moray Old and Moray New.
Friendly welcome, well maintained 9 hole course,surrounded by beautiful scenery in all directions. No need to book, get a game at almost anytime. £30 week pass available for Aigas Holiday Cottage clients.
There has been a golf club beside Gairloch Sands since 1898. Before that time, Parish records show that golf was regularly played on the links amongst the sand dunes.
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 course lying above Kingussie offers extensive scenic views over the Cairngorms and surrounding mountains - so even if your golf is not as you wish, the environment and scenic splendour offers a degree of comfort.