Campbell's Scottish Highlands Golf Course
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|White M: 67.6/113 W: 71.8/117||341||454||185||418||482||358||167||260||352||3017||295||162||330||322||395||125||303||305||492||2729||5746|
|Red M: 64.3/101 W: 68.1/109||325||398||165||356||413||305||161||239||332||2694||258||104||287||286||355||110||261||255||446||2362||5056|
|Yellow M: 62.9/98 W: 66.4/106||269||344||141||348||402||298||150||214||328||2494||219||90||280||278||340||77||250||246||404||2184||4678|
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My wife and I played this course for the very first time. We started on the back nine first which we learned is done on an alternating fashion with the front nine. Good idea! We were joined with a coupe of nice men who made the day more enjoyable. I rarely make a suggestion but here goes. On hole # 8 which is a drivable par four for some. This was our next to last hole and we have been waiting on every tee and I'm ok with that. However, the twosome behind decided to hit their tee shot while all four of us where still putting on the green. The orange golf ball landed on a fly in between my wife and I at our feet with such ferocity that it actually frightened me and made me instantly sick to my stomach. The ball bounded over the green. There was no yelling of the word "fore" from the twosome. I waived my arms to try and stop the group from hitting their 2nd shot to no avail and the ball landed in the front left bunker. I decided to wait at the cross roads to talk to them and advise of their misjudgment. The two youths that approached were not receptive to my thoughts of waiting for the green to clear before hitting. The one that hit the orange ball told me that it's a par four and he could hit his tee shot anytime he wanted. I immersed on him that if that ball hits us on a fly we could have been killed. He still did not listen to reason. So we drove off to play our last hole. While we were in the middle of the fairway he drove up and offered a sincere apology which I gladly accepted. So long story for my suggestion of putting up a sign on the tee area of hole # 8 stating something to the affect of "If you think you could reach the green wait for it to clear". Respectfully submitted,, Retired PGA golf professional.
Top 10 weather day of the season, but due to heavy rains in July, carts still restricted to paths.
Great $$$ for the course
Had a noon time tee and played under 4h30m course great condition beer cart girl came by at least 4 times great course will comeback again
2nd week in a row when carts are restricted to paths due to unusually heavy rains. Also affecting bunkers.
Summary of 2 Rounds
I played here both days of the weekend. The course is easy for me to get to, and I like the layout because there is a lot of elevation change, and it's mostly forgiving off the tee. The course is very short, so there are plenty of birdies to be had. Because of the length and forgiveness, rounds usually take just over 4 hours. Not this weekend, however, partly due to the wet conditions and cart path only. The rounds should still have been not much more than 4 hours, but people don't know how to play ready. It may have been the wet conditions, but the greens are starting to get beat up. Repair your ball marks, people! I also had something happen to me on my Sunday round which was a first. The starter must have been having a bad morning. I arrived with plenty of time before my 11:10 tee time. I stopped inside to grab a quick bite to eat and headed out to the first tee at 11:02. The starter was yelling at the group on the tee, and they were yelling back at him. I wasn't sure what was going on, but I was none too pleased to find out that the starter had already sent out my group, and that I would have to catch up to them. So basically I didn't get to play the first 2 holes, and had to disrupt the afternoon tee sheet by having them allow me to play the first 2 holes after I got off 18. I appreciate the afternoon starter who let me do that, and I finished as quickly as I could. I love playing this course and hope that never happens again.
Good, but wet!
Course in typically good condition but for rain over the past few days. Carts restricted to paths and the bunkers were packed and wet.
Played like it always does. Fair but challenging. Only mild complaint was that the greens had been plugged the previous week and no notice was posted alerting golfers to that fact.
I have always liked the layout. There is a decent amount of elevation change to make it interesting, and the conditions are pretty good. It is pretty forgiving off the tee, and the yardage at 6250 from the blue tees provides a lot of birdie opportunities. And because the course isn't long or that tough, the pace of play is generally good. There is a sign by the first hole saying that the pace of play is 4 hours, and in general it's not that far off at 4 hours to 4:15.
Always a good time
Very consistent golf course always in good shape never have a bad thing to say about it.
Little longer rough. Makes the course definitely more challenging. Great day either way
The only thing I didn’t like was the greens ball marks people need to repair there ball marks.