Elgin Golf Course (97)
Holes:18 Year:1924 Par: 74 Length: 6.147 yd
Elgin Golf Course is located in the Scottish Highlands and is considered to be one of the best inland courses in the northern part of Scotland. Elgin Golf Course was formed in 1906 with the course staring as a 9-hole course built in 1907.
The course was extended to 18 holes in 1924 and membership rose to 711.Elgin Golf Course is a scenic and challenging course in the heart of the Malt Whisky trail. It is kept in immaculate condition by the green keeping staff which compliments the beautiful panoramic views from the course; north over the city of Elgin and south to the hills stretching to the distant Cairngorm Mountains.
Elgin golf club is an hour’s drive from Inverness and 2 from Aberdeen. Edinburgh and Glasgow are both around 3 hours away. Public transport routes are available.Elgin golf course is a 18 hole heathland course with a par of 68 and a length of roughly 5621m. Tee Times are available to book all year round, although the prices for winter Tee Times are only available on application.
Fully stocked professional shop, and club and buggy hire available. As is a driving range and pro teaching area.Excellent catering and clubhouse facilities, drinks and meals can be enjoyed in the dining room or on the south facing patio with awe inspiring scenery overlooking the Cairngorm Mountains.
Whisky tasting and Distillery tours are available on request and excellent accommodation can be found in hotels which partner the course in and around the town of Elgin. Elgin Golf Club is a testing heathland course to low and high handicap players alike. Visitors should expect a warm welcome and a stimulating game of golf at Elgin.
Incredible Scenery, tree lined – Tight fairways and Undulating greens make your round at Elgin and Tough but fair test of your golfing capability.