Contact Details

Golspie Golf Club,
Ferry Road,
Golspie,
Sutherland,
KW10 6ST
Scotland
Tel: +44 (0)1408 633266

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Links

A selection of links including recent competition results, other courses in the area, local accomodation and activities.

Competition Results

Masterscoreboard - Master Scoreboard golf results for handicaps and recent competitions.

There are a number of other excellent courses within a short drive of Golspie.

Golf Related

Royal Dornoch Golf Club (15mins) - Situated in close proximity to Golspie, the Royal Dornoch is a championship course with links golf.

Tain Golf Club (20mins) - A fine course with online booking. Located in Ross-Shire Tain is of championship length and 20 mins drive from Golspie.

Brora Golf Club (5 miles/5mins) - Only 5 miles from Golspie is another course that offers a challenge to all levels of player.

Bonar Bridge Golf Club (25 miles/30mins) - A good short course based in woodland and beneficial to the straight hitter. Bonar offers a different challenge to the counties other courses.

Durness Golf Club - The most North Westerly course on mainland Britain.

Reay Golf Club (1hr 30mins)- A challenging seaside links course. Interesting holes and challenges. Can be quite windy and therefore will test even the straightest of hitters.

Fortrose and Rosemarkie James Braid designed Scottish links golf course.

Nairn Golf Club (1 hour)- Another excellent links course.

Lundin Golf Club Another James Braid course at Golf Road in Fife.

The James Braid Golfing Society - Information about the famous designer of our course and others in the area.

Hickory Golf North - Local Golf club hire specialising in traditional Hickory Golf clubs.

Highland Golf Escapes

Accommodation

Self catering accomodation is available at the club for up to 6 people - see Stonesthrow. There are also selection of hotels and guesthouses in the area. There are many more around, so check out Golf Highland and Sutherland Direct for full listings (links below).

Fishermans Cottage Golspie (Email link only) - Just 3 minutes walk from Golspie Golf Club the cottage overlooks the beach, giving views out to the sea and pier at the front and Ben Bhraggie at the. Call 0117 942 2662 or 0117 924 3617 to book or discuss any further details.

Culmaily Farm Cottages - Three comfortable cottages offering high quality self-contained accommodation. 'An ideal centre for the North Highlands'

The Golf Links Hotel - A friendly family run hotel immediately adjacent to Golspie Golf Course and the beach. Offering good food and comfortable accommodation.

The Golspie Inn - A family run traditional Highland Coaching Inn where the emphasis is on a warm welcome and a friendly and relaxing atmosphere.

Glenrossal Estate - The Glenrossal website features the two cottages that are available for accommodation set on the Glenrossal stretch of the Cassley River, Rosehall, Sutherland. Fine accommodation for any golfer.

Sutherland Estates Self Catering Lodges E-mail: info@sutherlandestates.com - Three traditional lodges privately set within the estates and provide exclusive accommodation for house parties of between nine and fourteen people. Each lodge has its own unique history and very special character. To find out more click please visit their site.

The Shinness Lodge - A large Highland lodge in Sutherland providing self-catering for up to 12 people. It is a comfortable base from which to play golf, go fishing or to explore the countryside of the remote and beautiful North of Scotland.

Kinneskie House B&B - Located on the Black Isle, 1 1/2 miles from the village of Munlochy, with superb views across the Moray Firth to the Cairngorm National Park and beyond.

Activities

A selection of activities in the area. This list is not exhaustive and there is a lot more to do around Golspie than what is listed below!

Golspie Community Website - A website detailing everything you need to know about Golspie, from local gossip to activities in the area. Also offering a timetable of local events.

Golspie Gala Week - Gala Week has for many years been the "homecoming week" for those who have had to earn a crust away from the village and it's also time to renew friendships with returning visitors and to make new friends with those here for the first time. It is without doubt one of the most successful events in the summer entertainment calender in the north.

Golspie Mill - Driven by water from the Big Burn and using only the finest natural ingredients, Golspie Mill has been making a high quality range of flours and meals since being fully restored in 1992.

Golspie Mountain Bike Trails - Mountain Bike Trails featuring the longest descent in the UK from the summit of Ben Bhraggie (1300ft to sea-level).

Clynelish Distillery and Visitor Centre (Brora) - Enjoy a guided tour and learn about the ancient craft of Distilling perhaps sampling a glass of the areas other famous malt.

Golspie feature page on Discover Sutherland - Golspie lies on the east coast of Sutherland, mid way between Loch Fleet and Brora on the main road north. Originally a small fishing hamlet Golspie was, like many villages on the east Sutherland coast..

Golspie feature page on Undiscovered Scotland - The story of Golspie is in large measure the story of the Dukes of Sutherland. The 100ft statue (counting the plinth) on top of Beinn a' Bhragaidh just west of Golspie is of the First Duke of Sutherland..

Welcome to Scotland - Northern Highlands - Portal site listing accommodation and attractions in the North of Scotland.

Exploring Scotland - Offers categorised listings for exploring scotland in Aberdeen & Grampian Highlands, Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling & Trossachs, Ayrshire & Arran Dumfries & Galloway, Edinburgh & Lothians, Greater Glasgow & Clyde Valley, Western Isles, Orkney, Shetland, Scottish Borders, Perthshire, Angus, Dundee & Fife, Highlands &Skye..

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