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|
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|Yellow M: 66.0/114 W: 70.0/118||480||162||344||517||283||140||280||396||406||3008||136||335||327||310||482||409||165||209||435||2808||5816|
|Red W: 64.0/112||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
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.
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.
Tremendous layout, a great and enjoyable test, well worth the regular green fee, never mind a discounted rate.
Journeyed up the A9 quicker than expected and the lady in the pro shop was kind enough to let us tee off a half hour early.
Course was in great condition everywhere (myself and my playing partner were in plenty of it), particularly the greens.
The pace of play was generally ok, however there were a few holes we were held up by the pair in front who were perhaps affected by the sun and didn’t see us, otherwise they’d have let us through.
Absolute pleasure to play Golspie. I got a Beautiful, almost flat calm sunny day to play this gem of a course. The greens were perfect and the bunkers were stunning. Would love to play again
Course in great condition for time of year
First time playing Golspie and won't be the last. A very friendly welcome in shop before round and the course was superb. Some very challenging holes and some even more challenging pin positions. A tad breezy which made it more enjoyable. No fairway mats was a huge positive too
Lovely course, Beautiful scenery
Good layout, some lovely holes along the sea and in amongst the tress. Staff and members were very welcoming. Definately one to play if you are in the area.
Golspie is a gem of a course.
You just cannot beat this course guys!
It offers to you three courses in one
consisting of links golf running beside the coastline with eye watering views of beauty whilst giving you a test of skill and keeping your nerves off the tee on 4&5
Then turning inland to a picture book par three
The course layout is mesmerising landscaping to parkland and woodland golf and all the time surrounded by nature’s best.
I could never tire playing this course
Credit to Golspie Golf Club big thanks
Wath Golf Club (member)
Excellent layout with stunning views over the sea. Great mix of holes and a really tough finishing stretch. By far the best greens I've putted on all year. Well worth a visit.
Great fun course, mix of links and park/Heath. Greens quick and testing, by the sea, amazing location and scenery, good variety of holes, just play it.