Nairn Dunbar Golf Club

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A stunning 18 hole Championship Links Course with panoramic views over the Moray Firth and out to the Black Isle. This private members course opened it’s doors in 1887 and encourages visitors to play, to ensure they enjoy the full ‘Nairn Experience’.

This course gently breaks you in on the first set of holes… before it requires you to have accurate first drives with a precision second shots! This course offers par 4s which are cunningly angled, tricky for even a seasoned player. There are 3, par 5s that are over 530 yards long, a true test for all abilities. The gorse, lumps and bumps in the fairways make play all the trickier – a real test of skill. James Braid played the course 50 years ago and said the character of the greens was unrivalled.

Once you have tackled this challenging links course you’ll be desperate to try it again and again!



Nairn Dunbar Golf Club, Lochloy Road, Nairn Dunbar Golf Club, IV12 5AE

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