Moray Golf Club
Moray Golf Club overview
The 423-yard par-4 11th Hole, aptly named ‘Lighthouse’. A challenging hole which incorporates a variety of different hazards in its design and truly exceptional views of the traditional Covesea Lighthouse.
Did You Know?
In the early years, the membership at Moray Golf Club included a number of whisky distillers, who laid down a variety of malts which are still being enjoyed today. From Glen Grant to Macallan and the current ‘club malt’ of Glen Moray.
Accommodation near Moray Golf Club
Sandown House B&B, originally a former dairy farm that has been transformed into a luxury Five Star Gold guesthouse, sits just outside of Nairn in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
The Golf View Hotel
A period property located just 30 minutes east of Inverness and adjacent to Nairn Golf Club, situated on the seafront with panoramic views of the Moray Firth. A great Highlands base.