Enjoying Nairn Golf Club

Undoubtedly one of the finest golf courses in the UK, Nairn Golf Club. With an original design laid out in 1887 by Andrew Simpson, Keeper of the Green at Royal Aberdeen, the course has been altered and tweaked through the years to develop what we can see and play on today.

Two courses are offered at Nairn. The 9-hole Cameron Course is less challenging than the 18-hole Championship Course, but both offer something for golf lovers from across the world. The club has held many amateur golf tournaments and is one of only nine who have held the Walker Cup, Curtis Cup and the Amateur Championship. The club has hosted the 1994 and 2021 Amateur Championship, the Walker Cup in 1999 and the Curtis Cup in 2021.


Take a break in the Halfway House

A converted bothy for all to enjoy

Golfers on the Championship Course can take a break halfway round at the Bothy. Built in 1904 purpose of catching and storing salmon, it is now somewhere players can relax with a snack and enjoy the wonderful scenery of this part of Scotland.

Caddies are available to hire for your visit. PLease make sure you book one when you book your tee time below.

In the clubhouse, golfers can enjoy a dining experience after a round with delicious meals and good selection of drinks. There is also a professional shop for golfers to buy great-looking gear.

Book a tee time

You can book a tee time online to ensure you get the spot you want. The club also hosts a range of competitions throughout the year. You can find out more about these competitions, and how to enter, here.

If you have any problems, you can email Nairn Golf Club here or contact them another way here.

For nearby accommodation if you are visiting Nairn Golf Club, the Kingsmills Hotel is located in Inverness and offers wonderful rooms to enjoy.



Nairn Golf Club,
Seabank Road, Nairn,
IV12 4HB


+44 (0)1667 452787

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