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Scottish Highlands & Aberdeen Golf

  • Par 70, yardage 6,682. Formed as a Club in 1877 with the course laid out in 1886 by Old Tom Morris, Royal Dornoch is considered one of the finest links courses in the world.  The course is spellbinding and golfers from all over the world make the trip to the incredibly scenic Scottish Highlands to play the course annually featured top-ten course in the world by Golf Digest.  The natural setting for Royal Dornoch among the high dunes and ridges that line the white sandy beaches of Dornoch Firth, provides the setting often referred to as wild and isolated.  The dune land rises in two distinctive levels, providing narrow strips of land providing just enough room for parallel fairways.  Holes 1-8 follow the upper ridge "out" and holes 9-18 play in opposite direction "in" and are bounded, (except holes 17 and 18), on the left by the sand beaches of the Firth.

    Royal Dornock is not a long course compared to modern layouts but the plateau greens originally created by Old Tom Morris and the soul of the course, plus wind will demand steady play by all golfers.  Royal Dornoch is a favorite of former Open Champion Tom Watson who said: "It was the most fun I've had playing golf in my whole life".
    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 30 women. 

     

    Par 70, yardage 6,682. Formed as a Club in 1877 with the course laid out in 1886 by Old Tom Morris, Royal Dornoch is considered one of the finest links courses in the world.  The course is spellbinding and golfers from all over the world make the trip to the incredibly scenic Scottish Highlands to play the course annually featured top-ten course in the world by Golf Digest.  The natural setting for Royal Dornoch among the high dunes and ridges that line the white sandy beaches of Dornoch Firth, provides the setting often referred to as wild and isolated.  The dune land rises in two distinctive levels, providing narrow strips of land providing just enough room for parallel fairways.  Holes 1-8 follow the upper ridge "out" and holes 9-18 play in opposite direction "in" and are bounded, (except holes 17 and 18), on the left by the sand beaches of the Firth.

    Royal Dornock is not a long course compared to modern layouts but the plateau greens originally created by Old Tom Morris and the soul of the course, plus wind will demand steady play by all golfers.  Royal Dornoch is a favorite of former Open Champion Tom Watson who said: "It was the most fun I've had playing golf in my whole life".
    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 30 women. 

     

  • Castle Stuart Golf Links championship course overlooks the pristine Moray Firth and local well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock Bridge, Chanonry Lighthouse and the course namesake - historic Castle Stuart.  The castle, visible behind the 4th green, was completed in 1625 before falling into ruin and now renovated.  The castle's spire serves as the logo for Castle Stuart Golf Links.  The Club's goal is to add to the rich fabric of golf in the Scottish Highlands - a fabric made rich by historic Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Brora and other fine Scottish golf clubs.  The course enjoys a setting and toppgraphy that combine to make the golf experience visually memorable.  

    Surrounding the golfer is a rugged, natural landscape comprised of vast expanses of gorse, broom, heather and sea marram, that lines the course incredible vistas. Castle Stuart's manicured playing surfaces along the rugged natural beauty reflects back to a simpler era of golf - the "transitional period" 1890-1935.  Wayward shotes and thin wispy fescue and pockets of bare sand where balls are easily found and recoveries manageble.  The course winds over two tiers of land overlooking the Firth.  The lower holes play directly along the Firth coastline and water laps at the edge of tee boxes and fairways.  The upper tier provides stunning views as the course changes directions frequently. The fairways are relatively wide, but there is always an optimal side of the fairway from which to approach the greens.  The greens are generally large and sloping, plus well-guarded by more open sandy areas than deep sod-walled bunkers, along with pockets of natural vegetation.  

    Castle Stuart Golf Links championship course overlooks the pristine Moray Firth and local well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock Bridge, Chanonry Lighthouse and the course namesake - historic Castle Stuart.  The castle, visible behind the 4th green, was completed in 1625 before falling into ruin and now renovated.  The castle's spire serves as the logo for Castle Stuart Golf Links.  The Club's goal is to add to the rich fabric of golf in the Scottish Highlands - a fabric made rich by historic Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Brora and other fine Scottish golf clubs.  The course enjoys a setting and toppgraphy that combine to make the golf experience visually memorable.  

    Surrounding the golfer is a rugged, natural landscape comprised of vast expanses of gorse, broom, heather and sea marram, that lines the course incredible vistas. Castle Stuart's manicured playing surfaces along the rugged natural beauty reflects back to a simpler era of golf - the "transitional period" 1890-1935.  Wayward shotes and thin wispy fescue and pockets of bare sand where balls are easily found and recoveries manageble.  The course winds over two tiers of land overlooking the Firth.  The lower holes play directly along the Firth coastline and water laps at the edge of tee boxes and fairways.  The upper tier provides stunning views as the course changes directions frequently. The fairways are relatively wide, but there is always an optimal side of the fairway from which to approach the greens.  The greens are generally large and sloping, plus well-guarded by more open sandy areas than deep sod-walled bunkers, along with pockets of natural vegetation.  

  • Par 72, yardage 6,721. One of the finest, best-respected championship links in Scotland, Nairn is capable of testing the most gifted of players. It has hosted a number of high-profile national tournaments including the Scottish Amateur Championships and the Walker Cup in 1999. Nairn boasts fast, hard-to-read greens and thick links gorse which conspire to provide you with one of the toughest challenges you're ever likely to face. Founded in 1887, the course has been extended and modified by Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Archie Simpson. Incidentally, the town of Nairn is a wonderful base for golfers with great hotels, bars and restaurants.

    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 30 women.

    Par 72, yardage 6,721. One of the finest, best-respected championship links in Scotland, Nairn is capable of testing the most gifted of players. It has hosted a number of high-profile national tournaments including the Scottish Amateur Championships and the Walker Cup in 1999. Nairn boasts fast, hard-to-read greens and thick links gorse which conspire to provide you with one of the toughest challenges you're ever likely to face. Founded in 1887, the course has been extended and modified by Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Archie Simpson. Incidentally, the town of Nairn is a wonderful base for golfers with great hotels, bars and restaurants.

    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 30 women.

  • Par 69, yardage 6,110. The golf club in Brora was established in 1891. In 1923, James Braid, five time Open Champion and prolific designer of golf courses, the most famous of which is Gleneagles, visited the course and redesigned the 18-hole layout which has stood the passage of time and remains a fair and challenging test of a true traditional links course. Brora represents all the attributes of a traditional Scottish links, with a classic layout, an easy opening hole, and a short hole facing each cardinal point of the compass. You will have to adapt and manufacture according to whether the course is running fast or slow.

    Par 69, yardage 6,110. The golf club in Brora was established in 1891. In 1923, James Braid, five time Open Champion and prolific designer of golf courses, the most famous of which is Gleneagles, visited the course and redesigned the 18-hole layout which has stood the passage of time and remains a fair and challenging test of a true traditional links course. Brora represents all the attributes of a traditional Scottish links, with a classic layout, an easy opening hole, and a short hole facing each cardinal point of the compass. You will have to adapt and manufacture according to whether the course is running fast or slow.

  • Par 71, yardage 5,881. This is a classic northern seaside links course set on the Chanonry Point peninsula with sea views on three sides. Designed by James Braid, it has stunning views from every tee, fairway and green - a truly outstanding setting. Founded in 1888, it is a moderately short course that is dissected by a public road. It contains enough hazards such as well positioned bunkers and tight, fast greens to keep you occupied. There are countless interesting holes. However, the first eight are the most memorable as they run alongside the shore where, if you're lucky, you can catch a glimpse of the dolphin colony.
    Par 71, yardage 5,881. This is a classic northern seaside links course set on the Chanonry Point peninsula with sea views on three sides. Designed by James Braid, it has stunning views from every tee, fairway and green - a truly outstanding setting. Founded in 1888, it is a moderately short course that is dissected by a public road. It contains enough hazards such as well positioned bunkers and tight, fast greens to keep you occupied. There are countless interesting holes. However, the first eight are the most memorable as they run alongside the shore where, if you're lucky, you can catch a glimpse of the dolphin colony.
  • Par 71, yardage 6,687. Moray Old Course sits along the sparkling shores of Moray Firth just east Inverness in the town of Lossiemouth.  Laid out by Old Tom Morris, Moray Golf Club is considered one of the top links courses in Scotland with classic features of undulating gorse and wispy grass lined fairways, deep revetted bunkers and smooth, fast greens. This classic links forms the beating heart of a string of championship links courses stretching from Royal Aberdeed to Royal Dornoch and has played hose to a long line of Amateur and Professional tournaments since the late 1880's. 

    Par 71, yardage 6,687. Moray Old Course sits along the sparkling shores of Moray Firth just east Inverness in the town of Lossiemouth.  Laid out by Old Tom Morris, Moray Golf Club is considered one of the top links courses in Scotland with classic features of undulating gorse and wispy grass lined fairways, deep revetted bunkers and smooth, fast greens. This classic links forms the beating heart of a string of championship links courses stretching from Royal Aberdeed to Royal Dornoch and has played hose to a long line of Amateur and Professional tournaments since the late 1880's. 

  • Par 70, yardage 6,404. Tain is a well-respected links course with fast greens and aptly-positioned bunkers. It overlooks the Dornoch Firth while the River Tain winds its way through the course on three occasions. Whatever the weather, this course's challenge is not to be underestimated. 

    Designed by Old Tom Morris in 1890, Tain guarantees a great round for all visitors and, because of its sheltered nature, winter greens are a rarity. The comfortable and traditional clubhouse is available for a warm beverage and for some post-round relaxation.  

    Par 70, yardage 6,404. Tain is a well-respected links course with fast greens and aptly-positioned bunkers. It overlooks the Dornoch Firth while the River Tain winds its way through the course on three occasions. Whatever the weather, this course's challenge is not to be underestimated. 

    Designed by Old Tom Morris in 1890, Tain guarantees a great round for all visitors and, because of its sheltered nature, winter greens are a rarity. The comfortable and traditional clubhouse is available for a warm beverage and for some post-round relaxation.  

  • Par 70, yardage 6,395. It's no surprise whatsoever that Cruden Bay makes such a big impression on almost everyone who plays it, the course being a classic Scottish links test in every way. It is by no means long, but don't be fooled into thinking it's a pushover. You'd be in for a nasty shock if you took this course lightly.

    It's a place where you have to show some imagination; it's not just about blasting big drives and throwing approaches high up into the air here. Every hole provides its own test and it's one of those courses where it really is difficult not to completely enjoy your round of golf.

    Cruden Bay is situated on the east coast of Scotland 23 miles north of Aberdeen and only two hours drive from St Andrews, the “Home of Golf”

    It is claimed that golf was played in the village of Cruden Bay as early as 1791. The original course, on the present site, was commissioned by the Great North of Scotland Railway (GNSR) following the expansion of the railways at the end of the 19th century, designed by Old Tom Morris of St Andrews, and opened in 1899.

    Cruden Bay offers an internationally famous golfing experience – old fashioned links golf at its best – on one of the best links courses in Scotland. The scenic course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, our course truly justifies its position as Top 100 in the world by golf media.

    Par 70, yardage 6,395. It's no surprise whatsoever that Cruden Bay makes such a big impression on almost everyone who plays it, the course being a classic Scottish links test in every way. It is by no means long, but don't be fooled into thinking it's a pushover. You'd be in for a nasty shock if you took this course lightly.

    It's a place where you have to show some imagination; it's not just about blasting big drives and throwing approaches high up into the air here. Every hole provides its own test and it's one of those courses where it really is difficult not to completely enjoy your round of golf.

    Cruden Bay is situated on the east coast of Scotland 23 miles north of Aberdeen and only two hours drive from St Andrews, the “Home of Golf”

    It is claimed that golf was played in the village of Cruden Bay as early as 1791. The original course, on the present site, was commissioned by the Great North of Scotland Railway (GNSR) following the expansion of the railways at the end of the 19th century, designed by Old Tom Morris of St Andrews, and opened in 1899.

    Cruden Bay offers an internationally famous golfing experience – old fashioned links golf at its best – on one of the best links courses in Scotland. The scenic course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, our course truly justifies its position as Top 100 in the world by golf media.

  • Par 70, yardage 6,800. The Royal Aberdeen Balgownie Links is one of the oldest courses in the world and, as such, has attracted many top players over the years. Even some of them have found it to be a tough test and, for many, it is a perfect example of the exacting nature of links golf. The 18th is a par-4 measuring 434 yards and is reckoned to be one of the best finishing holes anywhere in Scotland. There's plenty of trouble awaiting a wayward tee shot and, even if you find the fairway, the approach is far from easy.

    Originally founded in 1780 as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen, the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is the sixth oldest golf club in the world.  Before or after a round, golfers can review an number of historical golf memorabilia in the clubhouse to add to your experience.
    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 24 women.

    Par 70, yardage 6,800. The Royal Aberdeen Balgownie Links is one of the oldest courses in the world and, as such, has attracted many top players over the years. Even some of them have found it to be a tough test and, for many, it is a perfect example of the exacting nature of links golf. The 18th is a par-4 measuring 434 yards and is reckoned to be one of the best finishing holes anywhere in Scotland. There's plenty of trouble awaiting a wayward tee shot and, even if you find the fairway, the approach is far from easy.

    Originally founded in 1780 as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen, the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is the sixth oldest golf club in the world.  Before or after a round, golfers can review an number of historical golf memorabilia in the clubhouse to add to your experience.
    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 24 women.

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    Trump International Golf Links is a classical Scottish links course located along the North Sea and and among the Great Dunes of Balmedie, Aberdeenshire. Laid out with two out-and-back loops of nine holes, all 18 holes thread their way engagingly through the dunes, rising to find views of the sea and coastline and plunging into secluded valleys. The course offers sequences of amazing topographies alternating between spaciousness and enclosure, then panoramic view, the whole time among native grasses, gorse, wildflowers. The uniqueness of this course is not just in the spectacular scenery, but also the fact Trump International Golf Links is the perfect blend of a championship calibre layout and traditional Scottish seaside links.

    Each hole features 6 separate teeing grounds catering for all classes of golfer.

     

     

    Trump International Golf Links is a classical Scottish links course located along the North Sea and and among the Great Dunes of Balmedie, Aberdeenshire. Laid out with two out-and-back loops of nine holes, all 18 holes thread their way engagingly through the dunes, rising to find views of the sea and coastline and plunging into secluded valleys. The course offers sequences of amazing topographies alternating between spaciousness and enclosure, then panoramic view, the whole time among native grasses, gorse, wildflowers. The uniqueness of this course is not just in the spectacular scenery, but also the fact Trump International Golf Links is the perfect blend of a championship calibre layout and traditional Scottish seaside links.

    Each hole features 6 separate teeing grounds catering for all classes of golfer.