Nairn Golf Club
Nairn Golf Club overview
Nairn Golf Club is a traditional Scottish golf links course created from a wilderness, which will test the talents of professional and amateur alike. The club boasts a rich history and was created in 1887, despite the history guests are welcomed and will experience a warm welcome. This club is a must-visit for any avid golfer on a golf break in Scotland.
Golf Course at Nairn Golf Club
Nairn Golf Club was founded in 1887 and added to and extended by Archie Simpson, Old Tom Morris and James Braid, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland. It is regularly chosen for National championships, including the Scottish Amateur, Scottish Professional and in 1994 hosted the "Blue Riband" of the Amateur Calendar, the "Amateur" Championship. Nairn Golf Club has also successfully hosted the 37th Walker Cup in September 1999. The magnificent new clubhouse that was built in 1990 is the envy of many and adds to the pleasure of playing at Nairn.