The Moray Firth Golf Pass covers courses from Grantown set in the Cairngorm National park in the south to Nairn Dunbar in the west and Moray in the north.
Moray is known the world over as Whisky country but there is much more to the area than just whisky. It can offer something to everyone, whether you want sandy beaches, history, shopping, golf or just the great outdoors.
The Whisky Trail is the world's only trail devoted to single malt whisky and with over 50% of Scotland's malt whisky distilleries within 28 miles you won't be disappointed. Moray is the complete visitor attraction. The Moray Firth has quiet, sandy beaches where you can watch dolphins. It’s ideal for watersports with good windsurfing and surfing spots. Activities in Moray for tourists include fly fishing, golf, walking and mountain biking. There are many tourist attractions in the area. Spend a few hours visiting a distillery in Speyside. Explore castles, museums and Pictish Stones. Shopping is a refreshing experience with antique, book and craft shops.
You can also choose from such activities as horse riding, mountain biking, walking, field sports, hiking, hill walking, climbing, camping and caravanning, sailing, diving, water skiing and winter skiing.
The famous population of Moray Firth bottlenose dolphins can be viewed from shore or by boat and the Scottish Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay is a must for anyone keen on viewing these marvellous creatures.
It is no coincidence that companies such as Gordon & MacPhail, Johnstons of Elgin Cashmere, Baxters of Speyside and Walkers Shortbread are situated in the region, as well as Findhorn Bay and Eco Village and Culbin Forest.
Click here to check availability at Elgin, Moray (Old and New courses) and Nairn Dunbar golf clubs.
For booking enquiries, click here for Forres, here for Grantown-on-Spey or here for Hopeman golf clubs.