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Scottish Highlands Golf

  • Scottish Highlands-Golf travel-Royal Dornoch Golf Club - Championship Course
    Par 70, yardage 6,682. Originally laid out in 1891 by Old Tom Morris, the course received a slight makeover from John Sutherland, the club's secretary. It is one of the finest links courses in the world and regularly features in the top ten of best course listings. It is not too long compared to modern layouts but still presents a mighty challenge regardless. It is bordered by the Dornoch Firth and exhibits rolling fairways and small saucer-like greens. 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. Originally laid out in 1891 by Old Tom Morris, the course received a slight makeover from John Sutherland, the club's secretary. It is one of the finest links courses in the world and regularly features in the top ten of best course listings. It is not too long compared to modern layouts but still presents a mighty challenge regardless. It is bordered by the Dornoch Firth and exhibits rolling fairways and small saucer-like greens. 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.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf tour-Cruden Bay
    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.
    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.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf holiday-Royal Aberdeen
    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 the country. There's plenty of trouble awaiting a wayward tee shot and, even if you find the fairway, the approach is far from easy. The sixth oldest golf club in the world, there are a number of memorabilia in the clubhouse of an historical nature.
    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 the country. There's plenty of trouble awaiting a wayward tee shot and, even if you find the fairway, the approach is far from easy. The sixth oldest golf club in the world, there are a number of memorabilia in the clubhouse of an historical nature.
    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 24 women.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf trip-Castle Stuart Golf Links
    As Turnberry is to Ayrshire and Gleneagles is to Perthshire, Castle Stuart has been conceived to be for the Highlands - a beacon reaching out to golfers throughout the world. The centerpiece for this destination golf resort is Castle Stuart Golf Links, open July 2009, a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse perhaps the most notable. Castle Stuart's goal is to add to the rich fabric of golf in the Scottish Highlands - a fabric made rich by Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Brora and many other fine golf clubs. Handicap Certificates Required.
    As Turnberry is to Ayrshire and Gleneagles is to Perthshire, Castle Stuart has been conceived to be for the Highlands - a beacon reaching out to golfers throughout the world. The centerpiece for this destination golf resort is Castle Stuart Golf Links, open July 2009, a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse perhaps the most notable. Castle Stuart's goal is to add to the rich fabric of golf in the Scottish Highlands - a fabric made rich by Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Brora and many other fine golf clubs. Handicap Certificates Required.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf tour-Nairn
    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.
    Rates (excluding Twilight times) include 10 Eruo Catering Voucher to be used in the Clubhouse before or after your golf round.
    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.
    Rates (excluding Twilight times) include 10 Eruo Catering Voucher to be used in the Clubhouse before or after your golf round.
    Maximum handicap: 24 men, 30 women.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf excursion-Tain Golf Club
    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, Tain guarantees a great round for all visitors and, because of its sheltered nature, winter greens are a rarity. The clubhouse was built a few years ago and is ideal for some post-round relaxation. However, if you fancy a tipple or two, then you'll be pleased to learn the Glenmorangie distillery also resides in the town.
    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, Tain guarantees a great round for all visitors and, because of its sheltered nature, winter greens are a rarity. The clubhouse was built a few years ago and is ideal for some post-round relaxation. However, if you fancy a tipple or two, then you'll be pleased to learn the Glenmorangie distillery also resides in the town.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf excursion-Trump International
    The championship golf course is a classical Scottish links. The course has a Par of 72 and a maximum length of just over 7400 yards. The course has 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, plunging into secluded valleys.

    Each hole have 6 separate tees catering for all classes of golfer. The bunkers are placed to challenge the stronger player and not unduly punish the weaker golfer. All bunkers are turf-revetted in traditional style to combat wind and erosion and sand-blow.
    The championship golf course is a classical Scottish links. The course has a Par of 72 and a maximum length of just over 7400 yards. The course has 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, plunging into secluded valleys.

    Each hole have 6 separate tees catering for all classes of golfer. The bunkers are placed to challenge the stronger player and not unduly punish the weaker golfer. All bunkers are turf-revetted in traditional style to combat wind and erosion and sand-blow.
  • Scottish Highlands-Golf outing-Fortrose and Rosemarkie
    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.
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