Why not head along and enjoy a day golfing at Kings Golf Club Inverness? Opened in 2019 it offers an 18-hole Championship Golf Course designed by the up-and-coming Scottish golf architect Stuart Rennie. And in such a short time this newly built course is ranked 74th in Scotland by the Top 100 Golf Courses and 12th in the North of Scotland. Taking its name from a Pictish King, King Brude, this new course links itself with history. Here an Iron Age Fortress on a nearby hill is believed to have been the seat of King Brude.
At 66612 yards this course winds its way up the hill and back again. Generous fairways see you overlooking the city of Inverness and the stunning surrounding scenery. And you need to be careful not to miss the green. If you do, the ups and downs of this fairway can make for a challenging round. Important to point out is that all greens and tees are USGA specifications. So you have no excuse if your 3-foot putt misses just right. Finally, there is a 366-yard finishing hole, par 4, the green around on the other side of a pond. As a result, it makes for a great finish to your round of golf.
So if you are heading to Inverness and you enjoy golf why not pop along and try out this exciting new course? Visitors are welcome. You can even stay and play by booking in at their recommended local accommodation. Kingsmills Hotel and Ness Castle Lodges offer stunning accommodation should this be a chosen option. Check out the green fees and book your game today and see what wonders highland golf can offer you in the spectacular city of Inverness.