Nairn Championship Course (18)
Holes:18 Year:1887 Par: 72 Length: 6.774 yd
Architect:Old Tom Morris, James Braid
Nairn Golf Club is situated in the town of Nairn, in the Scottish Highlands. The club is home to two golf courses: the 18 hole Championship Course and the 9 hole Cameron CourseThe club was founded in 1887. The course was built by Old Tom Morris and James Braid made changes to the course later.
The golf course sits on an elevated, rumpled piece of links land along the Moray Coastline.
Nairn is considered one of Scotland’s finest courses and has been awarded no. 9 in the definitive list of the Top Golf Courses in Scotland.
Nairn is a golf course which boasts spectacular coastal views from every hole. Golfers will enjoy incredible views of the Moray Firth and the golden colouring and changing lights of the Black Isle. There may also be a chance to see dolphins from the course. Nairn is an 18 hole links course with a par of 71 and a length of 5614m.
The course, one of the famous golf courses in the country, has fast and firm but narrow fairways, some framed by gorse bushes and heather. The greens are fast and true and often in tricky places. Many are raised and some nestled in hollows, all of which are protected by bunkers or natural hazards.
Visitor tee times for Nairn Golf Club are available at any time in the week and despite the club’s location the course is usually fit to be played all year round. Green fees for the course are reasonable for a course of such calibre. Fees vary according to season and two round tickets are available during the summer months. Trolleys and clubs are available to hire from the club.
Nairn Golf Club has a modern Clubhouse with full amenities for members and visitors alike.
The Clubhouse has panoramic views of the golf course, the Moray Firth and the mountains beyond.
Nairn Golf Club is deep in the Scottish Highlands and is a half an hour’s drive from the city of Inverness. The city is accessible by rail and road and has direct links with Edinburgh.