Royal Dornoch can claim to be the United Kingdom’s third oldest club. It is believed the game was first played here in 1616.
The Highlands has always been an extra special golfing retreat and thanks to this new addition it has been raised another notch.
It is worth every last mile of the long trip to Nairn to experience the quality of the greens, it’s hard to imagine another course where putts run so smoothly.
Tain is a course that is hard to categorise. In part links, elsewhere it has a distinctly inland feel, especially at the beginning and end.
Add to the history the views of the sea and nearby beaches, and vast amounts of gorse and it becomes quick to see why Brora is something of a links haven.
Nowadays, Dornoch attracts its fair share of golfing pilgrims but too many visitors to this special town fail to stay around long enough to discover Golspie.
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