Old Course, Moray Golf Club
Golf Course Overview
The Old Course at Moray Golf Club is considered one of the best links courses in Scotland and a fitting tribute to the artistry of Old Tom Morris, the man responsible for St Andrews, Carnoustie, and many other world-famous courses.
Designed in 1889 and a par-71 measuring 6,572-yards, players are advised to watch out for the high winds which often whip across the cliffs. It is a superb test of golf with deep bunkers, gorse lined fairways, slick greens and seven par fours over 400 yards. A good example is the 18th or aptly named ‘Home’, a great finishing hole that consists of a bunker strewn fairway and green protected by the equally fittingly named ‘Hells Bunker’, not to mention the out of bounds that stretches all down the right side.
The 423-yard par-4 11th Hole aptly named ‘Lighthouse’. A challenging hole that 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 that are still being enjoyed today. From Glen Grant to Macallan and the current ‘club malt’ of Glen Moray.
Accommodation near Old Course
Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness
An excellent home-base for touring the fantastic quality Highland golf courses, The Kingsmill Hotel offers character, comfort, relaxation and excellent service.
The Golf View Hotel
Situated in an ideal location with spectacular views out to sea and near some fantastic courses, this hotel is perfect for an enjoyable, comfortable, golf vacation.
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.
Book your package at Old Course
- Changing Rooms
- Pro Shop
- Practice Area
- Putting Green(s)