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Moray Firth Golf Courses

Moray Firth Golf = Great Golf = Great Courses

From coast to country, Moray Firth Golf give you great golf on great courses with stunning views everywhere and a welcome you'll never forget.

Participating Golf Clubs

Founded in 1906, Elgin Golf Club is a testing heathland course measuring 6449 yards, with par of 69, and a standard scratch of 71, fully justifying its claim to be one of the finest inland courses in the northern part of Scotland. Call 01343 542884, or email the professional, Michael McAllan

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Forres Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 1989. Both Willie Park and James Braid helped with the design. The course has hosted the Scottish Professional Championship and Northern Open. Its beautiful location and emaculate greens make it one of the most envied parkland courses in Scotland. Call 01309 672250, or email the professional, Sandy Aird
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is situated in the Cairngorms National Park. Though not long, it presents a fair challenge for every calibre of golfer. It is naturally split into three distinct sections - Holes 1 to 6 are played over flat parkland, holes 7 to 12 through moderately hilly woodland, whilst holes 13 to 18 reverts to undulating parkland. Call 01479 872079
There isn't a friendlier or more welcoming club around, the food is great as well at Hopeman Golf Club. The course is a mixture of parkland and links, it has plateau greens, undulating fairways, the odd blind shot, burns, and whins, everything you'd expect from a Scottish links and more. Testing tee shots and exacting irons are required to find subtle and tricky greens. Call 01343 830578, or email the secretary/treasurer, Jim Fraser
Founded in 1889, from a layout designed by Old Tom Morris, Moray Old's history is somewhat similar to that of Royal Dornoch and Nairn. It is a jewel of a links course, with gorse-lined fairways, deep revetted bunkers and grass covered dunes along its boundaries. The rolling links makes it easy going on the legs and there are also tees available for every calibre of golfer. Call 01343 812018, or email the secretary, Stevie Grant

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Converted into 18 holes in 1979 by the late Sir Henry Cotton, Moray's New Course is also a stern test of golf. Many of the holes run alongside the Old Course's holes and although it isn't as long, its tighter fairways and smaller greens make it an examining challenge. Call 01343 812018, or email the secretary, Stevie Grant

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Come to Nairn Dunbar golf course and enjoy a golfing experience to remember. Appreciate over a hundred years of golfing history that have carved a Championship links course on the shores of the Moray Firth. The course is fairly flat which makes it suitable for golfers of all ages and abilities. Call 01667 453964 (to book a tee time within next 7 days).

Call 01667 452741, or email enquiries@nairndunbar.com (to book a tee time more than 7 days in advance).

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