Highland Golf Escapes


If you are considering a golf vacation in the highlands, we have put together an idea for a Highland Golf Tour

Included are Royal Dornoch, Brora, Tain, Fortrose and Rosemarkie, Castle Stuart and Nairn





Brora is one of the most northern golf courses in Scotland, often referred to as a “Hidden Gem”. It is located on the east cost of Sutherland just 20 miles north of its much more famous neighbour, Royal Dornoch. The drive across the Black Isle from Inverness is very scenic and the roads are normally very quiet. Brora Golf Club is the most northerly golf memorial to James Braid who redesigned the course in 1923, Although measuring only 6156 yards from the Medal Tees, the gorse bushes, burns, out of bounds includeing the railway line combine to make it a very tough Par 69.


Castle Stuart

Opened to critical acclaim in the summer of 2009, Castle Stuart has quickly become one of the top golf courses in Scotland. The resort was developed by Mark Parsinan who also created Kingsbarns  near St Andrews. Lying on the south shore of the beautiful Moray Firth between Inverness and Nairn, the course has very quickly became one of the outstanding courses in Scotland. Proof of it stature was shown by being selected to host the Scottish Open in 2011, 12 and 13 and 16. Commanding a breathtaking coastal position and the course has been built on three tiers to ensure that golfers rarely lose sight of the dramatic views over the Moray Firth toward the Black Isle.


Fortrose & Rosemarkie

Formed in 1888, but with documentation of golf having been played over Chanonry as early as 1702. Lying just north of Inverness on the Black Isle, Fortrose sits on a narrow stretch of land on the Chanonry peninsula. Fortrose was redesigned by 5 time Open Champion James Braid in 1932. Although a short track, what the course lacks in length is made up by small greens and strategically placed bunkers. When the wind blows which is very common when playing links golf in Scotland, it is a greta test of golf. 



Nestling on the southern shores of the Moray Firth, Nairn is one of the most popular golf courses in Scotland. It regularly ranks aeound the top 10 of the top 100 golf courses in Scotland. Nairn Golf Club was founded in 1887 and has hosted a large number of important championships and the Walker Cup matches. A remarkable feature of Nairn is that you have views of the Moray Firth and the golden colouring and changing lights of the Black Isle from every hole. The sea also comes into play on every one of the first seven holes.What delights the visitor and member alike is the Scottish-ness of the links.


Royal Dornoch

Royal Dornoch is one of the most famous in Scotland and can be found some 45 miles north of Inverness on the east coast of Sutherland. Part of Royal Dornochs charm is that is in a timeless setting. With the pure white sand of the beach separating it from the Dornoch Firth, its raised greens require precise approach play. Over the years it has quite rightly gained a reputation as one of the best golf courses in Scotland.This is confirmed by the large number (over 200) of overseas members, many from the USA.



Tain golf course may arguably have one of the best settings in all of Scotland, overlooking the Dornoch Firth with the sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains on the other. Located in the |ounty of Ross-shire, Tain is only 9 miles south of Dornoch and 34 miles north of Inverness. Designed by Tom Morris in 1889, it opened in 1890 with 15 holes. In 1894 additional land was acquired and the course extended to 18 holes.




Royal Golf Hotel, Dornoch

The Royal Golf Hotel in Dornoch is located right on the doorstep of the famousr Royal Dornoch Links. A large number off rooms provde wonderful view over these marvellous links and beyond. Rooms have free WiFi, flat screen TV’s and tea and coffeemaking facilities.The conservatory holds the dining room, where you will enjoy your complimentary full Scottish breakfast and there is also a golf themed sports bar.


Golf View Hotel, Nairn

The Golf View Hotel Nairn is a Crerar Group Hotel in a wonderful location looking overlooking the North Sea. A stately hotel its wonderful bedrooms come with free wi-fi, TV and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some offer sea views and the leisure and spa facilities are excellent. The restaurant has an excellent reputation and there is a seperate Brasserie.


Rocpool Reserve Hotel, Inverness

A 5 Star located in the heart of Inverness, the Rocpool Reserve Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant is an award winning luxurious boutique Hotel. Modern and original, the luxurious rooms feature large screen tv’s and coffee, tea and hot chocolate makers. It was also Albert Roux’s first restaurant in Scotland. 





Arrive in Scotland where you will be warmly welcomed by a Meridian Golf Tours Representative who will assist with the collection of your rental van. Travel to the Highlands and play Tain. 

Overnight at a choice of the Royal Golf Hotel in Dornoch, the Golf View Hotel inNairn or the Rocpool Reserve Hotel in Inverness.



Play Brora

Overnight at your Hotel



Play Fortrose & Rosemarkie

Overnight at your Hotel



Play Castle Stuart

Overnight at your Hotel



Play Nairn

Overnight at your Hotel


Day 6

Play Royal Dornoch

Overnight at your Hotel


Day 7

Depart for home with some wonderful memories of your Highland Golf Tour 





6 nights’ accommodation, sharing twin or double rooms, with full Scottish breakfast. 



5 rounds of Championship Golf at Brora, Castle Stuart, Fortrose & Rosemarkie, Nairn and Royal Dornoch.



Rental of a mini-van with automatic transmission.

Chauffeured option available.



24/7 Comprehensive Tour Management Service





Staying at the Royal Golf Hotel, Dornoch:

Cost Per Person

£3,672 / $4,700


Staying at the Golf View Hotel, Nairn:

Cost Per Person

£3,504 / $4,485


Staying at the Rocpool Reserve Hotel, Inverness:

£4,049 / $5,183


Currency Conversion based on £1 = $1.25


To enquire or book this Scottish Golf Tour please Contact Us

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