Enjoy some northern golfing

Golfing at Invergordon can be traced back to 1893 and today stands as a wonderful 18-hole course just a 40 minute drive north of Inverness. Invergordon Golf Club offers a forgiving and enjoyable course for everyone, from juniors to the more experienced. With a welcoming club house offering something to eat and drink as well as lovely views of the Cromarty Firth, it’s a great place to spend a day with your friends.


About the club

Walkable 18 holes

If coming from Inverness, the drive to Invergordon Golf Club is a wonderful trip. North up the A9, you will cross over the Beauly firth on the Kessock Bridge. Then, once you’ve cut across the Black Isle you will traverse the Cromarty Firth via the Cromarty Bridge. And then it’s just a short hop to Invergordon.

Here, a great looking course with beautiful views of the Scottish Highlands will greet you. The course itself offer a walkable 18 holes ranging from par 3 to par 5. This parkland course was built on the grounds of the former Invergordon Castle. So as a result there are some wonderful features, including an intimidating pond on the eighth hole and a giant redwood on the tenth!

Facilities at Invergordon Golf Club

Bar snacks and sandwiches are available o buy from the clubhouse throughout the day. It also has a fully licensed bar for celebrations/commiserations (delete as appropriate!). Furthermore, for cruise line passengers visiting the Port of Invergordon and looking to get in a quick round of golf, get in touch with the club to arrange this. This welcoming golf club is happy to organise golf outings for you.

Book your round today

Get in touch with Invergordon Golf Club today to find out more. Tee booking is available online and is required to guarantee a slot to enjoy this wonderful and fun golf course. Visitors are always welcome.



Invergordon Golf Club
King George Street, Invergordon
IV18 0BD


01349 852715

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