A comprehensive listing of all the member golf courses in the Highlands
|Old Course Single round||£80|
|Old Course Day ticket||£110|
Visitors wishing to play the Old Course are welcome before 8:30am and after 10:00am. If you do want to book a tee time please call the Golf Professionals shop to find out the availability and any special offers.
Where else could you follow in the footsteps of Old Tom Morris and Henry Cotton in the same day?
The Old Course is considered to be one of the finest links courses in Scotland. A classic links founded in 1889 and designed by Old Tom Morris with deep revetted bunkers, undulating gorse lined fairways and smooth fast greens. It is a superb test of golf with seven par fours over 400 yards and has one of the finest finishing holes in golf. The rolling links makes it easy going on the legs with tees available for every calibre of golfer.
Henry Cotton's preference for precision golf can be seen with the shorter but somewhat tighter New Course with greens smaller than the old but every bit as good, and equally challenging and rewarding.
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. Every hole has been designed to test, yet also be fun.
Founded in 1906 the Moray New shares the same land as the Moray Old. Sir Henry Cotton designed the course which 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.
Moray Golf Club is truly one of Scotland's gems, a fitting tribute to the artistry of Old Tom Morris and Henry Cotton and a must for golfers visiting the area.
|Old Course Single round||April/October||£50|
|Sunrise rates-Sunset rates between 1st May to the 30th September||7:00am-8:30am or 4:00pm-6:30pm||£50|