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
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.
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 Ardgowan in St Andrews is a 36-room family-run, 3-star hotel in the center of town. A popular spot for golfers, this hotel is just a short walk from the 1st tee of the famed Old Course.
Situated one mile from downtown Inverness and positioned within 4 acres of beautifully manicured private grounds, sits the excellent Kingsmills Hotel – an upscale 4-star property.