The links to Inverness are getting better
all the time with direct flights from London, Manchester,
Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Belfast and Dublin, and it is an ideal
base from which to explore the golfing gems of the
Follow the A96 along to Nairn, a very pretty Highland town
and home to two very good golf courses. Nairn Golf Course is a championship
links golf course that recently was the scene of the Walker Cup
triumph in 1999 and boasts the finest greens in Scotland.
It is a traditional Scottish links course and is
a great test of golf. For less able golfers, there is also a small
9 hole course - the Cameron which is an ideal introduction to links
Just a wee bit further along the coast is
Nairn Dunbar, a seaside
course with gorse and whin lined fairways. It is a highly rated
course and has some spectacular holes. Silver birch, winding
waterways, gorse and whin bushes, willows and sallows, dastardly
ditches, the Minister's Loch and, of course, sand dunes, all add to
the challenge and fun.
The clubhouse is a great place to relax
afterwards too. From Nairn, it is a short drive to Inverness back
along the A96.
Course is situated on the outskirts of Inverness and
is a beautiful parkland course and an ideal way in which to finish
your short Highland sojourn.