Due to Covid-19 lockdown, the course is CLOSED TO VISITORS until further notice.
Please accept our apologies. You will, of course, be welcome again when restrictions are lifted.
TEE TIME BOOKINGS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL PLAYERS DURING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
During this time of restricted access to golf, we ask that you check here or in our social media outlets for the latest position as it affects our club and golf course.
PLEASE NOTE THAT, FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE COURSE, WINTER RULES ARE IN FORCE AND WINTER TEES ARE IN USE.
THIS APPLIES TO ALL PLAYERS AT ALL TIMES.
Our beautiful seaside course looks out seawards towards the Isle of Raasay and inland towards the Red Cuillin mountains. Most of the nine greens have an alternative tee, giving a different approach and length second time around. We are open all year and welcome golfers of all ages and abilities.
We are only a small club but the committee and greenkeeper work extremely hard to keep the fairways and greens in good condition. Our aim is for a playable course offering a great experience to players of all abilities.
We believe ours is the only golf course in the world to have its holes named in Gaelic. Please look through the hole guide where you can find the names and what they mean, or what their significance is for the hole bearing the name.