Fortrose And Rosemarkie Golf Club

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club
Ness Road East
IV10 8SE
Phone number: 01381 620 529
Fax number: 01381 621 328

2015 greenfees:

Adult Weekdays£40 per round£56 day ticket
Junior Weekdays£20 per round£28 day ticket
Adult Weekends£47 per round£62 day ticket
Junior Weekends£25 per round£35 day ticket

Located on the Chanonry Peninsula in the ‘Black Isle’ our Scottish links golf course enjoys breathtaking views over the Moray Firth, very close to the City of Inverness. Established in 1888 the course was re-designed by the five time Open Champion James Braid in 1932.

There is documentary evidence of golf being played over 'Chanonry' which is now called Fortrose dating back to 1702. Playing on one of the finest links golf courses in Scotland is a must for your golfing calendar, especially as we are so close to other distinguished links in the area, such as Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart, Brora and Nairn.

The course has received accolades such as ‘a gem of a course by the sea’, ‘perhaps the best jewel in the highland golfing crown’ and ‘a unique course with special character to be found nowhere else’. The course is open every day of the year and we welcome golfers from all parts of the globe to play at this fantastic links course.

The greens are not just fast but also deceptive, with tight fairways and strategically placed bunkers throughout the course – the trademark of the all-time master of bunkering, James Braid. Currently measuring 6085 yards in length this is a course which has played host to a number national championships over the last 4 years and will once again play host to the Scottish Club Championship Final in 2015 and the Scottish Boys U-16’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship in 2018.

Our 125th Anniversary in 2013 saw our Scottish links Golf Course play host to the following Golf Championships & Golf Tournaments:

21 July 2013 - The Scottish Golf Union's North District Team Championship
11-12 August 2013 - The Scottish Boys & Girls U-14 Open Stroke Play Championship
4 September 2013 - The Scottish Ladies Golf Association Commonwealth Spoons
8-10 October 2013 - The Scottish Golfers Alliance Championship

Visitors are welcome weekdays throughout each week with the exception of 8:30am to 9:30am and from 12:00pm to 1:15pm (subject to availability).

Special Offers:

Play golf after 3pm and you will receive a discount from the FULL Playing Fee.

Play between 3pm & 4pm£30 per round
Play after 4pm£25 per round

Visiting Golfers also have the choice to play from the Yellow (shorter), White (competition) or Black (Championship) Tees. The Red tees are for ladies playing the course.