Golf Courses in and near Inverness
Inverness Golf Club
The Kingsclub & Spa over looks the 10th green of this course. A warm welcome awaits you at Inverness Golf Club. A parkland course offers golfers of all abilities a really good challenge. There are lovely lush fairways, generous well manicured greens as well as some deep bunkers that you should avoid! After your round you can enjoy a refreshing drink and appetising snack/meal in our comfortable elevated lounge bar which boasts magnificent views over the course and surrounding areas.
Visit the Inverness Golf Club website.
Telephone: 01463 239882
Scotland the home of golf. As Turnberry is to Ayrshire and Gleneagles is to Perthshire, Castle Stuart has been conceived to be for the Highlands – a beacon reaching out to golfers throughout the world. The centrepiece for this destination golf resort will be Castle Stuart Golf Links, a championship links course overlooking the Moray Firth and well-known landmarks that are synonymous with Inverness and the Black Isle - Kessock bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse perhaps the most notable.
The resort will include a small luxury Hotel & Spa, 'resort-ownership' Lodges & Apartments, plus a second Seaside Course. Castle Stuart’s goal is to add to the rich fabric of golf in the Scottish Highlands - a fabric made rich by Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Brora and many other fine golf clubs. Castle Stuart is a pay and play course only ten minutes drive from Kingsmills hotel and Kingsclub & Spa.
The Nairn Golf Club
Nestling on the shores of the Moray Firth this Traditional Scottish Golf Links Course was created from a Highland wilderness of gorse and heather, and tests the talents of professional and amateur alike. Founded in 1887, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland, and has hosted a large number of important championships. The Nairn Golf Club has now been awarded No 25 in the definitive list of the Top 100 Courses in Britian & Ireland 2008/2009.
"If the rankings were judged on the quality of the greens then Nairn would feel hard done by not to be in the top 10. As it is, a move upwards of six places reflects the panel's feeling that this was a course that deserved greater recognition. It is the opening stretch of holes, along the coastline, that live longest in the memory"