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.
Bearing in mind Scotland is the home of links courses and with courses designed by Tom Morris, Sir Henry Cotton and James Braid you might find you are spoilt for choice. A good place to start would be Moray Golf Club with 2 excellent links courses. Next think about Nairn Golf Club or the next-door Nairn Dunbar – the views from Blervie House look over Nairn and it is just a 15-minute drive away. Slightly further afield but only a 40-minute drive you have the Scottish Open course Castle Stuart. Many people staying with us also enjoy the drive up the coast to play Royal Dornoch, one of the finest championship courses in Scotland. Closer to home Forres Golf Club has hosted both Scottish Professional and Northern Open Competitions.
If you prefer to enjoy Highland views while you are playing then do not miss Dufftown Golf Club where you can enjoy breath taking Speyside scenery whilst playing the 10th Hole which was 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! Most of these Clubs can hire out Clubs and Buggies but we have plenty of space for storage of Clubs if you are bringing your own. Due to our latitude you have long daylight hours during the summer and we can easily provide early breakfasts if required.
Top Tip would be to book and plan your tee times early as some of these courses get very busy in the Summer. You may also like to consider purchasing the Moray Firth Golf Club Pass if you are planning on playing a few of these courses.