Whether you are a golfer aiming to be the next Adam Scott or Stacy Lewis or a golf widow who would like to stay in beautiful surroundings then why not take a look at what the golf courses in the Scottish Highlands have to offer.
Getting away from the hustle and bustle and taking in some magnificently scenic and remote courses would be the ideal way to work on that golf swing and get the handicap down.
A name synonymous with golf is Castle Stuart, the home of the 2013 Scottish Open. With stunning views across the Moray Firth this championship links course truly showcases why golf in the Highlands is so special. There are not many courses that overlook a lighthouse!
Nairn Golf Club is a traditional Scottish links course and is created from gorse and heather and will test the playing abilities of both professionals and amateurs. Nairn Golf Club has two courses; the 18 hole Championship and the 9 hole Cameron. Having hosted the Walker Cup and Curtis Cup it is a course worth visiting.
Courses with names such as Royal Dornoch, Traigh, and Newtonmore will get you in to the mood to grab your bag and trolley and head off now! There are 46 fabulous courses to choose from in the Highlands with some of the world’s greatest links courses in the north of Scotland. So start planning your golfing holiday now and come and pay us a visit.
Oh, by the way, if you want some more information on golfing in Scotland why not have a look at the golfing page on our website.