If you have a plan of going on a golf break in Scotland this year and find yourself wondering if there is any other than St. Andrews? We assure you that Scotland has a whole lot of courses that will offer you pleasure as much as you would receive at St. Andrews.
The highlands have played host to different tournaments such as Scottish opens, a Walker Cup, a Curtis Cup, among a host of many other competitions in the last 20 years. The area’s reputation as a top golfing location is well and duly earned.
The region provides you with stunning natural beauty. If you plan on visiting Scotland golf courses, the highlands is worth a visit for its scenery alone. It is a definite favorite if you are bringing your clubs in tow.
The capital of the highlands without a doubt is Inverness which is home to many known courses with Castle Stuart the most popular among them. This course boasts the view of the Moray Firth and many other landmarks which have become synonymous with Inverness including the Black Isle, Chanory Point, and Kessock Bridge. You can spot dolphins from the Chanory Point. Quite a good deal if you ask me.
A short distance away from Inverness down to Nairn, you will find Nairn golf club. Nairn is home to some stunning beaches, and the club which played host to the 1999 Walker Cup and the 2012 Curtis Cup.
Also, courses like The Spey Valley course is found in Aviemore and offers a classic inland test of golf. It also provides you an impressive highland view of the Cairngorm National Park. As well as this. Boat of \Garten is another victory triumph of James Braid and one of, if not Scotland most kept secret(s) coming highly recommended
Featured Courses in the highlands
- Boat of Garten Golf Club designed by a grandmaster of golf course architecture, James Braid.
- Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Links Located on the Chanory Peninsula in the “Black Isle”
- Royal Dornoch Golf Club. This championship links course was formed in 1877
- Grantown-on-Spey-Golf Club designed by Golf course expert Willie Park
- Traigh Golf Club Located in one of the most scenic areas of the highlands
- Whalsay Golf Club Located in the northern isles of Shetland and Orkney
- Aigas Golf Club situated at the foot of Strathglass, five miles West of Beauly.
- Nairn Dunbar Golf Club. Ranked 9th in the North of Scotland top 100
These golf courses and many more offer you as much as there is to provide. You can never go wrong when you go golfing in the highlands of Scotland. The memory would indeed linger long in your mind.
Decide to visit any of the mentioned golf courses, and you will be amazed at the beauty of the highlands and the serenity accompanying it. If you have any questions as regarding any of the courses or you need help booking a reservation, contact www.golfingscotland.travel this company are experts in this market.