Inverness has been labelled a gateway to the brilliant golf courses of the north of Scotland, and that description is perhaps best exemplified at Royal Dornoch, of which Tom Watson proclaimed it to be ‘the most fun I ever had playing golf’. To be precise, the club is located in a remote corner of Sutherland, around 45 miles north of central Inverness, but who could blame the town – indeed any town – for claiming it? Regularly ranked among the world’s finest courses, Royal Dornoch offers visitors from all over the world excellent packages and golden opportunities to enjoy both the landscape and the links. Surrounded by white sandy shorelines, this timeless Championship course is somehow isolated and yet inclusive, with the whipping North Sea winds making it a thoroughly challenging and enjoyable round. Formed in 1877, the club has enjoyed ‘Royal’ status for over a century and has long been considered the jewel in the crown of Scotland’s golfing heritage. While a round will require you to stump up, it’s surely worth it for the bragging rights, to say nothing of what promises to be a memorable afternoon of golf.
Offer valid between 01-01-2017 and 30-09-2017
"The Dornoch Firth Golf Pass brings together five of the Highland’s finest golf courses to offer an easy to book golf card for the visitor enabling great discounts to be taken throughout the year. With a £40 Dornoch Firth Golf Pass you receive 30% off when you play Brora, Golspie, Tain and Royal Dornoch’s Championship Links and Struie course. Terms and conditions do apply. The card can be purchased at any of the courses involved prior to or on the day of play or you can visit the website www.dornochfirthgolf.co.uk and do it all from there. You then simply book your tee times direct with the golf club to receive your discount."
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