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Grantown on Spey (95)

Grantown on Spey Holes:18     Year:1890    Par: 66 71       Length: 5.413 yd

Architect:Willie Park, James Braid

Grantown on Spey Golf Club golf course is found in the beautiful Spey Valley, not very far from the city of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. Grantown is the capital of Stathspey and is a small, friendly town with much to offer tourists.The club was established in 1890 and a nine hole course was laid out by A.C. Brown.

In 1911 Willie Park Jr extended it to 18 and the course was further improved in the 1920s by James Braid.Grantown on Spey is a mixture of parkland and woodland with beautiful views towards the Cairngorm range and towards the Cromdale Hills. The course is situated in the Cairngorms National Park and there is much wildlife to be seen around Grantown.Grantown on Spey is roughly two and a half hours from the major cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow.

It is under an hour’s journey from Inverness. Public transport routes are available from the cities.Grantown on Spey is an 18 hole parkland course with a par of 70 and a length of 4950m. The course is beautifully presented and spilt into three sections. The first 6 holes are played over flat parkland, the next 6 are played through moderately hilly woodland and the last 6 are played over undulating parkland.Visitors are assured of a warm welcome at the club all year round. Tee times are available through the year.

Weekend and weekly tickets are available.The clubhouse has recently been upgraded to the very highest modern standards, providing new locker rooms and an enlarged lounge bar and dining area. Grantown Golf Club also has a fully stocked golf shop with a good range of all golfing equipment. The clubhouse is open daily from 7am during the summer, in winter months it is open from 9am until 3pm. Hours are extended on Fridays and Saturdays during the summer months.Grantown on Spey is an interesting course with a good variety of holes each bring their own unique challenge and is truly a test of accuracy rather than power