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Located on the Chanonry Peninsula in the 'Black Isle', our Scottish links golf course enjoys breathtaking views over the Moray Firth, only 20 minutes from Inverness.
An Open Championship final qualifying course since 1973 and the only Open qualifying course in Scotland from 2014 to 2017, Gailes Links has also hosted the Home Internationals and co-hosted the Amateur Championship.
Founded in 1889, Golspie Golf Club has enjoyed a rich history of involvement in the game, with an attractive course that offers an enjoyable challenge to all levels of golfer.
Existing mostly in the gardens of Castle Gordon, now demolished, Invergordon Golf Club is a parkland course, mainly level with open fairways.
Maverston Golf Course at Urquhart, located only minutes from Elgin, offers an inclusive, friendly and welcoming environment which provides an enjoyable challenge for all levels of golfer.
Situated roughly 15 miles from Inverness and six miles from Dingwall, Muir of Ord is one of the region's hidden gems.
Situated on the Moray Firth, Nairn Dunbar Golf Links is a championship golf course that welcomes thousands of visitors each year.
Nestled in the Tweed Valley with the river meandering through the region, Peebles Golf Club allows you to bathe in the peace and tranquillity of the Scottish Borders.
Royal Dornoch is spellbinding and many golfers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to this natural links at some point in their lives.
For more than 600 years, St Andrews Links – much like golf itself – has evolved. Recognised the world over as the Home of Golf, the game has been played on the famous Links since as early as the 1400s.
Tain Golf Club in Ross-shire is a classic Scottish Highland links course designed by Old Tom Morris in 1890 situated 9 miles south of Dornoch and 34 miles north of Inverness.
Set amidst The Great Dunes of Scotland, Trump International Golf Links embraces mile after mile of spectacular Aberdeenshire coastline and guarantees the experience of a lifetime.