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Golf in Scotland

Golf in Scotland


If playing Golf in Scotland is the driver for your trip, staying at Blervie House makes sense. The history of golf in Scotland is part of the attraction for many players, and it is known as the Home of Golf. Scotland has over 550 courses to enjoy, so whatever your handicap, you can find the right course.

Top 100 Golf Courses in Scotland

And with 5 of the Top 100 UK Courses on our doorstep, you can enjoy some superb Golf in Scotland when staying with us at Blervie House.

Moray Golf Club, with its Old and New courses on the list, is an excellent place to start. The next stop should be Nairn Golf Club and Nairn Dunbar next door.  The views from Blervie House look over Nairn, just a 15-minute drive away. Slightly further afield but only a 40-minute drive, you have the Scottish Open course, Castle Stuart.

Our golfing guests enjoy our 5-star accommodation, and our location makes us a great base for several other Top 100 Courses. Some stay at least a week and play a different course each day.

Going westwards from Blervie, a short scenic drive gets you to Royal Dornoch, one of the finest championship courses in Scotland.

More Golf in Scotland Top 100 Courses

You will find Brora, Fortrose and Rosemarkie, Golspie, Skibo Castle and Tain in the same direction.

Drive Eastwards and choose Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay, Fraserburgh, Peterhead, Trump International and more.

If you want to go south of us, you can play Boat of Garten and Spey Valley to enjoy the Cairngorms National Park.

In addition to the courses mentioned above, we have many superb local courses, and if you are planning on playing a few rounds, the Moray Golf Pass will save you some money, too.

Dufftown Golf Club is a mountain view course where you can enjoy taking in the Speyside scenery whilst playing the 10th Hole featured in Sam Torrance’s “Ultimate Fantasy Course ” and was in good company as some other holes featured were from Royal Dornoch and St Andrews!

Elgin Golf Club is just 10 minutes from Blervie House and one of the Top 100 Courses in Scotland.

Forres Golf Club has hosted Scottish Professional and Northern Open Competitions in a beautiful parkland setting with stunning views. Take advantage of the Hopeman and Forres Surf and Turf offers and play both!

Hopeman Golf Club is a lovely links course with its signature hole, the Prieshach, voted one of the best Par 3 in Scotland by Sky Golf. Many guests take advantage of the Surf and Turf package Forres and Hopeman offer and enjoy both courses.

Grantown-on-Spey is a 45-minute scenic drive away and currently ranked 46 in the Top 100 Scottish Golf Courses.

Alternatively, with so many golf tournaments, from the oldest golf courses in Scotland to many of the newer ones, there is always a unique golf experience. If you are unsure which courses work for you, please get in touch with us, and we will be happy to help you plan your next Golf Trip.


Shows 18th from the Clubhouse at Moray Golf Club - part of Blervie House Golf Packages

Things to do in Moray

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Hopeman Golf Course

Top Tips

Moray’s low rainfall, good sunshine record and mild coastal air mean that many of Moray’s 16 golf courses are usually playable all year round. With courses designed by Tom Morris, Sir Henry Cotton and James Braid, you might be spoilt for choice.

Due to our northern latitude, you have long daylight hours during the summer to be on the course all day. We can provide early breakfasts if required.

Most of these Clubs can hire Clubs and Buggies, but we have plenty of space for storage of Clubs if you bring your own.