Golspie Golf Club
Highland village located in the centre of the East coast of Sutherland. The village boasts attractive beaches and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
There are many attractions and amenities for visitors to enjoy. Dunrobin castle is the ancestral home of the Earls of Sutherland and the statue of the First Duke is sited at the top of Ben Bhraggie. The statue can be reached by footpath, providing magnificent views from the summit. The Big Burn waterfall is set in the finest and most beautiful small gorge in Sutherland and is only 20 minutes walk from the North end of the village.
|Red (W)||72||5238 yards|
|White M: 69.6/122||493||166||360||522||288||151||285||404||420||3089||147||347||341||323||488||457||175||211||443||2932||6021|
|Yellow M: 68.6/120||480||162||344||517||283||140||280||396||406||3008||136||335||327||310||482||409||165||209||435||2808||5816|
|Red W: 71.3/126||428||162||289||477||258||140||219||363||400||2736||126||314||268||291||402||407||128||175||391||2502||5238|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Scotland (2022 #9)
And it was in immaculate condition. The course had not long opened when I arrived due to a hard frost. The winter sunshine shifted that aside from holes 9-11 which run through the woods. I was invited to play holes 1-3 again if I desired as recompense. The course is a blend of links and heathland with many interesting holes. I love it
This is my new favourite course anywhere! Cannot find one flaw. Really is a special place.amazing!!
Part links, part forest, part field
Golspie is definitely worth adding to any Highlands golf trip. It's fun and adventurous with three completely distinct looks. It's got links holes, forest holes and holes sitting in a field that lack all definition. The run along the shore starting from the third hole is truly special. There's a whole bunch of great holes, including an incredible drivable short par 4, a tricky par 5 and a par 3 that turns inland to the forest. Bad weather forced me to miss a few holes so I'd love to come back to see what I can shoot on such a unique golf course.
Currently on a trip of the highlands, playind Golspie, Tain and Brora so far.
Golspie is a stunner with a mix of links and heathland where no two holes are similar, some stunning greens and amazing views.
When we checked in at pro shop we said we were 1.5hrs earlier and asked to go out early but was told no, checking our phones we could see there were 3 tee off times available between us arriving and our tee off. Yesterday at Brora it was different when we arrived they asked if we wanted out early told us to go have a warm up and get out on the course. Thats what I expect from a club
We waited and my friend had a bite to eat and claims its the worst lasagna he has eaten. My can of diet irn bru was perfect though.
Changing facilities is currently getting an upgrade so its a building site just now but cant fault for this as they are investing money and improving their club.
Overall stunning course just let down by the off course experience
Golspie is great!
Great course with 4 holes changing from links to heathland around the turn and very good holes. Me and me wife paid £31 each and it is worth every penny we will definitely be back. Not overly long but the wind makes it tougher.
1st time there really great track Golspie brora dornoch what more can you ask for
An underrated course which you should play if you are in the area. Great hole variety and layout
Great course - loads of iinterest and lovely condition
A really interesting, fun and challenging course, presented in excellent condition. Greens even better than its famous neighbour Royal Dornoch.
Good vfm with golfNow. No drving range there anymore and the bar shut at 1600 on a weekday, but plenty of pla es in the village for a celebratory pint
This course is up there with the best courses I've played. Can't believe it and well worth the hot deal rate I got. Proper links golf for 5 or 6 holes then parkland. This is a hidden gem can't rate it highly enough. Loved it.
What a magnificent course. Well worth the 4 hour drive especially the brekky on way up. Great course superb condition.a test of golf at same time fun to play.
A mixture of parkland and links well worth a visit
extremely impressed with layout,course design,condition etc.Views are wonderful from course and clubhouse.A definite hidden gem in the North & a must play if you are doing the 500 route.