Holes:18 Year:1889 Par: 71 Length: 6.572 yds Architect:Old Tom Morris
Moray Golf Club is considered one of Scotland’s gems and is a definite must for golfers visiting the Scottish Highlands.
It is considered one of Scotland’s gems and is a definite must for golfers visiting the area. The Club has two courses, named the Old Course and the New Course.
The Old Course was laid out by the famous Old Tom Morris in 1889.Moray Golf Club was founded in 1889 and was popular with visiting gentry and had a number of members who were distillers. The club still has a strong connection to single malt whisky.
The Old Course provides very natural golf terrain and plays out towards Covesea Lighthouse before following the beach back from the 12th and gaining the full effect of the tempest and tide.
The Old Course’s 18th hole is considered one of the best finishing hole in Scotland.
The Old Course is a challenging but fair test of golf as good shots will be rewarded.
Many visitors return numerous times to enjoy the challenge.
Moray’s Old Course is an 18 hole links course with a par of 71 and a length of 6009m.
It is considered one of the finest links courses in Scotland with deep bunkers, undulating gorse lined fairways and smooth fast greens.
Tee times for visitors to Moray Golf Club are available throughout the week with no restrictions. It may be necessary to book tee times in advance to avoid disappointment especially during the summer seasonThe Green fees for this course are fairly standard and reasonable for such a fine course. Prices vary according to months and seasons, but off great value golf all year round.Clubs, trolleys and caddies are available to hire from the club
Moray clubhouse has its very own malt whisky to be enjoyed in the convivial and welcoming atmosphere of the Clubhouse.
The bar has a wide selection of other drink as well, alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
Full catering is available throughout the season from 9am until 6pm, April to October providing golfers with delicious food, from snacks to full meals.
Extensive practice facilities are available at the club, including a putting green, pitching green, chipping green and a practice bunker for golfers looking to improve their game.
Moray Golf Club is found amongst other famous golf courses which are within easy reach of the golf club. Inverness is an hour’s journey away and the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow and both approximately 3 hour’s drive from Moray.