Our magnificent region of Scotland is the perfect place to enjoy a golfing holiday. The Highlands is an area of stunning natural beauty, with a world class selection of golf courses. Playing host to some great golf championships. Including the Scottish Open, Ryder Cup. Walker Cup and Curtis Cup. This is a wonderful opportunity to play in some of Scotland’s most beautiful golfing locations! And whether you’re a newbie or an expert, there is an Inverness golf course for you.
Within the city of Inverness, we have Inverness Golf Club, a parkland course with 18 challenging holes. The Fairways Golf Centre has a 9-hole course. And the recently opened Kings Golf Club with a new 18-hole championship course.
Around a 15-minute drive north east from the city centre, Castle Stuart is one of the top championship links courses in Scotland, overlooking the Moray Firth. And 20 minutes north west, there’s Muir of Ord Golf Club. A heathland 18-hole course with wonderful views of Ben Wyvis.
Travelling slightly further out, you can choose from Aigas Golf Course, Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club, Nairn Golf Club, Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club and Invergordon Golf Club. All within around a half-hour drive.
And within an hour’s drive, we have the legendary Royal Dornoch. A historic and world-famous championship course.
This is just a small selection of the many golf courses in the Scottish Highlands. There are over 400 of them! So, as you can see, Inverness, capital of the Highlands, is the perfect place to base yourself for a golf break in Scotland.
Most of our local courses welcome visitors, but it is always best to contact them directly to check their rules and pre-book a space before visiting. Demand can be very high during peak season, so plan ahead to avoid disappointment.