Dramatic hills form the backdrop to this picturesque nine-hole course.
The smell of pine trees and the views down to Loch Migdale from various points on the course, make this a lovely contrast to Sutherland's links courses. Considered by many golfers to be one of the most scenic nine-hole courses in the north, with pine trees, heather clad areas, the views down to the Loch, and the soft-turfed fairways are a joy to play off. Although some of the greens are a little difficult to hit, the greens along the lochside are large and more undulating. The three short par three's are super little holes, the third you play off an elevated tee, down to a large green with a pond waiting at the rear. The 6th modelled on the 6th at Royal Dornoch, and the 8th green cunningly guarded by pines. A challenge awaits all who play this beautifully maintained course, especially the par 5, dogleg, 5th hole. Hospitality and informality is shared by visitors and members alike. Advance booking is not necessary, and visitors can play the course at all times.