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Tour Inverness golf courses

If you venture far enough north in the Scottish Highlands, you’ll reach Inverness, a treasure trove of golfing pleasure. This remote part of Scotland is home to some breath-taking golf and scenery and more accessible than you might think. Fly directly to Inverness and discover golfing heaven as you will find classic Scottish links such as Castle Stuart and Nairn Dunbar.

Why play golf in Inverness?

  • Great for groups
  • Great value
  • Golf & whiskey
  • Rich golfing history
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See why Inverness is ideal for golf fanatics

Golf in the Scottish Highlands means you’re playing the ever-changing weather as much as the classic links layouts, adding to the overall enjoyment. Castle Stuart is the most well-known course in these parts of Scotland has hosted the Scottish Open on several occasions the week before The Open and is a visually striking golf course. You will never get tired of the spectacular views across the coastline, nor will you have more fun on a golf course with its great undulations, fast greens and wide fairways.

Another noteworthy course in Inverness is Nairn Dunbar, a popular choice when on a golf tour. This course has earned a great reputation from visiting golfers for its famous gorse-lined fairways and clever hole design that makes for an enjoyable challenge for all golfers.

The perfect base for a Scottish golf break

On the doorstep of some of the best golf courses in Scotland, Inverness offers something for every golfer. With a spectacular natural landscape, it is the perfect place to combine great golf with beautiful scenery, while discovering one of Scotland's most tumultuous periods of history.

Free from the larger bustling cities, Inverness is the perfect place to relax, play golf and escape everyday life. The best part? It is right on your doorstep. So If you're looking for a hassle-free weekend away without the trouble of a booking a long haul flight, look no further, Inverness offers the perfect solution.

Golf travel tips for Inverness

Best months for golfing weather:

May to September

Best months for value:

April & October

Most popular months:

May, June & September

Our experts recommend:

June

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Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

Outstanding hospitality in charming hotels

When it comes to accommodation, we offer a great selection of venues for you to choose from including the Jurys Inn Inverness, a welcoming three-star hotel conveniently located on the outskirts of the city centre. It offers 118 spacious comfortable rooms, a bar, a restaurant, and an onsite leisure club. Perfect for those on a golf tour, it is surrounded by some of north Scotland's finest golf courses.

If you're looking for a base that offers a first-class service, spectacular views out to the sea and delicious food, The Golf View Hotel is ideal. Situated overlooking the stunning Moray Firth with gardens leading down to the seashore, this charming hotel provides the perfect setting for a memorable golf break in the heart of the Highlands.

Alternatively, the Kingsmills Hotel is a great option for those looking for a city-centre location. It boasts magnificent scenery within the beautiful secluded grounds while retaining all the charm and atmosphere of the 18th-century family home that it once was.