Golspie Golf Club
Ferry Road,
Golspie, Sutherland KW10 6ST
Tel : +44 (0) 1408 633 266 Fax : +44 (0) 1408 633 393

Golspie Golf Club was founded in 1889 and offers a warm challenge, together with a warm welcome, to all levels of golfer. The mixture of links, heath and parkland combined with the ever changing views from the course offers a unique golfing experience.

Newly refurbished clubhouse with bar and catering facilities. Pro-shop offering a variety of merchandise. Numerous open competitions run throughout the summer months for gents, ladies and mixed golfers.

For further details see player reviews below.

15 km north of Dornoch

Further Information
For more information on Golspie Golf Club see www.go lspie-golf-club.co.uk

Course Details

Course Name: Golspie Holes: 18 Yardage: 5890 SSS: 68
The par of 68 is not often matched or bettered so the experienced golfer faces a variety of shot making tests. But the less experienced gofler will enjoy a chance to work on their game without challenges that are too difficult.

This is an easy walking course which has brought many golfers back to it time and time again. Is it the golf ? Is it the views of Ben Bhraggie and over the Dornoch Firth.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • Gols[ie

    Richard Nibloe wrote on: Jan 6, 2004

    Have played the course over the past 4 years. Truly amazing course for me the adventure starts at the 5th moves to the 6th continues on the 7th, 8th & 9th which culminates on the 10th best hole on the course or even the best hole I have ever played. The course is a wee gem and well worth the effort for a visit, looks easy by the card but looks are deceptive!!!!!!!!!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jeff Wadsworth - jwads@se.MediaOne.net

    Jeff Wadsworth - jwads@se.MediaOne.net wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    I have played Golspie several times in last five years. It offers a sample of many older courses in Scotland: links, meadows, and parkland. Watch out for #17, a 220 yard par 3 across gorse to an elevated green with a wind usually fresh from your right side. Its handicap of 13 is misleading!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Bill McKissock - 08/98

    Bill McKissock - wrote on: Jul 31, 1998

    This is just a fabulous course! We played in typical Scottish weather on 7/30/98. Plenty of wind and rain (50 mph gusts in the afternoon). Lot's of trouble awaiting the loose approach shot to the greens. Memorable back to back Par 3's on 16 17, and the others ain't too bad. I could play this course for the rest of my life...my favourite after Dornoch(with all apologises to Tain). Good luck reaching par 4 #14 in two...or 18 for that matter.