Nairn and Inverness Golf Course Itinerary

Take a tour of three great courses on the east coast of the Highlands, near Inverness, and discover how each course has its own style and great play. Follow the A96 to the pretty town of Nairn which is home to two traditional links courses, Nairn Golf Course and Nairn Dunbar. Continue on to the outskirts of the city to be tested by the unusual parkland of Inverness Golf Course.

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.

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.

Nairn Dunbar Golf Course, Highlands David J Whyte ©

Nairn Dunbar Golf Club

Nairn Dunbar is a highly rated seaside links course and has some spectacular holes. Sand dunes, silver birch, winding waterways, gorse and whin bushes, willows and sallows, dastardly ditches, and the Minister's Loch, all add to the challenge and fun.