Highlands & Islands

  • Welcome to The Nairn Golf Club, we hope that you enjoy our web site, and that the information provided is useful and of sufficient detail. Please send us any comments you have regarding the site or for any information contact our Club Manager.
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  • Established in 1893, Abernethy Golf Club is located on the B970 road between Grantown on Spey and Coylumbridge, just north of Nethybridge. On most days, it is possible to walk on without a reserved tee time.
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  • Aigas Golf Course is a small family business established in 1993 when Peter and Jessie Masheter diversified farmland into fairways. The course was designed by professional golfer, Bill Mitchell who transformed naturally undulating land into a par 33 parkl
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  • This beautifully situated 18 hole golf course is probably one of the "Best Kept Secrets of the Highlands". The Club offers a warm welcome to both beginners and seasoned players alike and is open to visitors all year round.
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  • Askernish farm was adopted into crofting tenure in 1922 and a lack of consistent maintenance led to the course’s general decline until Scottish and Northern Airways started a regular air service from Renfrew to Askernish in 1936.
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  • Our course is maintained by the members and has a short back and sides more regularly than any other course! It is very well kept and is set on the flat grasslands of the Uist’s middle island, Benbecula.
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  • When it comes to golf in the Scottish Highlands, Boat of Garten should be first on every visitor’s itinerary.Ê Designed by one of the grand-masters of golf course architecture, James Braid (1870-1950), ÒThe BoatÓ is set alongside the River Spey in...
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  • On 29th of September 1904 Mrs Carnegie of Skibo opened Bonar Bridge, Ardgay Golf Club. Set in some of the most spectacular scenery in Sutherland with Rolling Hills, Purple Heather, Scots pine and views over Loch Migdale.
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  • Gleneagles may be more glamorous, Carnoustie more prestigious. It is Brora which is the most northerly golf memorial to James Braid in his native Scotland. There is even a railway which comes into play from the tenth tee..
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  • Carrbridge golf course is one of the most scenic courses in Scotland. Sheltered by a pine forest to the north, golfers enjoy spectacular views of the Cairngorms and Cromdale Hills to the south and west.
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  • The centrepiece for this Scottish destination golf resort is Castle Stuart Golf Links, a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth
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  • You may not have come acrossÊa golf course like Craggan before. It’s a 14 hole course of 1678 yards to suit every type of player from the complete beginner, right up toÊthe most accomplished.
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