Seafield Lodge Hotel
Seafield Lodge the place to enjoy Golf Courses in the Scottish Highlands
There are scores of golf courses within the Highland region. There are 7 courses on the doorstep and special deals are in place for daily, weekly or two-weekly passes. We would be happy to advise you.
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club
Situated in the Cairngorms National Park, the course measures 5710 yards, with a par of 70 and Standard Scratch Score of 68. Though not long, it presents a fair challenge for every calibre of golfer. It is naturally split into three distinct sections - Holes 1 to 6 are played over flat parkland, holes 7 to 12 through moderately hilly woodland, whilst holes 13 to 18 reverts to undulating parkland.
Golf has been played at Kingussie since 1891.
The golf course, which mostly lies along the banks of the River Spey in the heart of Monarch of the Glen country is surrounded by some of the most dramatic and beautiful highland scenery, a definite hazard for those trying to concentrate on their golf.
Established in 1898 and designed by one of the grand-masters of golf course architecture - James Braid, "The Boat" is not only a demanding test of sporting skill but also a magnificent setting for the game. Gents - par 70, Ladies – par 72.
Carrbridge Golf Club was formed in 1980 but there has been a Golf Course on this site for many years. The course has been moulded around the natural contours of the land and so offers few man made hazards. Burns abound and there is water somewhere on every hole. The course rises to about 1000 feet to present excellent views of the Cairngorm Mountains.
This little gem in the heart of Strathspey, in the Scottish Highlands, lies beside the river Spey with magnificent views of the Cairngom mountains and the Cromdale hills. With a length of 2400 yards it is just the place for a game of golf with family or friends in Scotland.
Do not make the mistake of thinking that this is a pitch and putt course, it is a full size course in miniature with everything you would expect to find except length. It is therefore ideally suited to children and beginners and more than just a golf course in Scotland.