A comprehensive listing of all the member golf courses in the Highlands
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Overlooking the southern shores of the beautiful Moray Firth, Lossiemouth offers two traditional Scottish golf links 18 hole courses, Moray Old and Moray New. Like St Andrews, the courses start and finish within the town boundaries. Because of the remarkably favourable climate enjoyed along the shores of the Moray Firth, it is not unusual for golf to be played every day of the year. Moray Old is a real test of golf with seven of its par 4,s stretching more than 400yds. Every hole has been designed to test, yet also be fun.
Founded in 1889, from a layout designed by Old Tom . 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.
Founded in 1906 the Moray New shares the same land as the Moray Old. From a design of Sir Henry Cotton, the course was extended to 18 holes in 1979, and although somewhat shorter than Moray Old at 6068 yards, it was designed with every golfer in mind, young, old, high or low handicap. .