Highland Golf Courses

Our recommended golf courses in Highlands

Brora

Brora Golf Club

Brora Golf Club, located in the Scottish Highlands in the town of Brora, is a historic and charming links golf course established in 1891. This traditional Scottish links course offers a unique and picturesque golfing experience.

The course at Brora is set amidst stunning coastal scenery with views of the North Sea. It’s known for its natural beauty and traditional layout, featuring undulating fairways, challenging rough, and strategically placed bunkers. The course design takes advantage of the natural landscape, incorporating the sand dunes and coastal terrain into the playing experience.

Castle Stuart 6th Green

Cabot Highlands

Cabot Highlands (Formerly Castle Stuart Golf Links) is a championship golf course located in the Scottish Highlands near Inverness. Opened in 2009 and designed by architects Mark Parsinen and Gil Hanse, it quickly gained recognition for its stunning setting and exceptional design.

The course overlooks the Moray Firth and offers panoramic views of the coastline and the Black Isle. It’s a classic links-style course with a layout that utilizes the natural contours of the landscape, including strategically placed bunkers, undulating fairways, and challenging greens.

Moray Golf Club

Moray Golf Club

The Moray Golf Club, located in Lossiemouth, Scotland, boasts two championship courses: the Old Course and the New Course.

The Old Course at Moray Golf Club is a historic links course with a rich heritage. Established in 1889, it offers a traditional links-style golfing experience. The course is set amidst stunning coastal scenery along the shores of the Moray Firth and offers views of the sea from several holes.

The Old Course features undulating fairways, natural dunes, and strategically placed bunkers, providing golfers with a challenging yet enjoyable round. It’s known for its layout that makes the most of the natural landscape, offering a true test of skill, especially when the winds come into play.

Nairn Golf Club

Nairn Golf Club

Nairn Golf Club, located in Nairn, Scotland, is a prestigious and historic golf club with a rich heritage. It’s known for its two championship courses: the Championship Course and the shorter but equally enjoyable Cameron Course.

Nairn Golf Club is highly regarded among golf enthusiasts for its history, quality of courses, and its picturesque setting along the coast. The Championship Course, in particular, is esteemed for its challenging layout and has been the venue for various prestigious tournaments over the years.

Royal Dornoch

Royal Dornoch Golf Club, located in Dornoch, Scotland, is one of the most revered and iconic golf clubs globally. Established in 1877, it’s celebrated for its championship course, the Royal Dornoch Golf Course, and its historical significance in the world of golf.

The Royal Dornoch Golf Course is situated along the northeast coast of Scotland and offers breathtaking views of the Dornoch Firth and the surrounding Highlands. The course is known for its natural beauty, with fairways that meander through dunes, heather, and gorse, providing a classic links-style experience.

Tain Golf Club

Tain Golf Club

Tain Golf Club, located in Easter Ross, Scotland, is a revered golf club known for its historic course, scenic views, and challenging layout.

Founded in 1890, Tain Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in Scotland and has a rich golfing heritage. The course has evolved over the years but maintains its traditional character.

The 18-hole links course at Tain is set against a backdrop of stunning Scottish scenery, offering views of the Dornoch Firth and the surrounding countryside. The layout features undulating fairways, natural dunes, and strategic bunkers, providing a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience.

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