Bonar Bridge, Ardgay Golf Club
Market Stance, Migdale Road,
Bonar Bridge, Sutherland IV24 3EJ
Tel : +44 (0) 1863 - 766199

Considered by many golfers to be one of the most scenic 9 hole course in the north has been enlarged by opening of three new holes. This has added 329 yards on the medal tees. Shared fairways no longer exist and accuracy is rewarded more than distance. With the smell of pine trees and the views down to Loch Migdale the Bonar Bridge course makes a lovely contrast to Sutherland's links courses. Advance booking is not necessary, and visitors can play the course at all times. During the summer months the club has limited catering. Ladies and gents toilet and changing rooms are available to visitors throughout the season.

13 miles south of Dornoch, 15 miles north of Tain on the old A9. On reaching Bonar Bridge, sign posted up steep hill (Migdale Road). Golf club approx. Half mile on the right.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 12 Aug 1998.

Course Details

Course Name: Bonar Bridge , Ardgay Holes: 9 Yardage: 5284 SSS: 67
The narrow soft turfed fairways are a joy to play off. Although some of the greens are a little difficult to hit and rather small, the new greens along the Lochside are larger and more undulating the three short par threes are super little holes. The new 3rd you play off and elevated tee, down to a large green with a pond waiting at the rear. The 6th modelled on the 6th at Royal Dornoch and the 8th green cunningly guarded by tall ones. N new challenge awaits all who play this beautiful maintained course especially the new par 5, fifth hole. Hospitality and informality is shared by visitors members alike.
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  • Bonar Bridge & Ardgay GC in Sutherland, Scotland

    Alan McChleary wrote on: Aug 13, 2008

    An excellent challenge to the handicap golfer with short holes well designed.
    Views are almost distracting and the backdrop to every hole not only allows superb "ball sighting" but present picture postcard visions. Well worth a visit and at the price great value. An excellent contrast to the links courses of East Sutherland and Ross-shire.


  • Membership

    Mr: Wolfgang Seidel wrote on: Aug 31, 2005

    Dear Sirs,
    I would like to get a membership
    in the Bonar Bridge / Ardgay Golf Club