Nairn Dunbar ( 62)
Holes:18 Year:1899 Par: 72 Length: 6.289 yds
Architect:Old Tom Morris, James Braid
Nairn Dunbar Golf Club is located by the town of Nairn, in the Highlands of Scotland. The golf course was first opened in 1899 with a shot from Sir Alexander Dunbar of Boath who gave his name to the course.Nairn Dunbar has hosted many golfing competitions including Scottish Boys Championship and the October Scottish Alliance Championships.Nairn Dunbar is set on the extensive area of links land stretching along the Moray Firth towards the Culbin Sand with is the ideal turf for Links Golf. The course offers views across the Moray Firth where dolphins and seal swim.
Nairn Dunbar is accessible by road is half and hour’s drive from the city of Inverness and motorways link London to Edinburgh and Glasgow. There are trains to Inverness which connect with frequent trains to Nairn. Inverness Airport is only 20 minutes from Nairn. Nairn Dunbar is a great place to base a golfing holiday with Nairn Golf Club five minutes away and Castle Stuart and Royal Dornoch under an hour from the golf course.Nairn Dunbar is an 18 hole championship links course with a par of 72 and a length of 5751m. The course is filled with silver birch, winding waterways, gorse and whin bushes, willows and sallows and ditches and sand dunes.
Visitors are welcome at Nairn Dunbar and tee times are available March through to October. Green fees for the course are reasonable and twilight tickets are available. Special offers may also be available. Trolleys, clubs, buggies and caddies can be hired from the club.Nairn Dunbar has a clubhouse with full amenities, including locker rooms and a bar,perfect for relaxing in after a round.The club has an extensive practice area with specific areas for driving, pitching, short game, bunker play. There is also a large putting green adjacent the 1st tee.