Isle of Skye Golf Club
Isle of Skye, West Coast IV48 8TD
Tel : +44 (0) 1478 650414
The Isle of Skye Golf Club was established in November 1964, at Sconser on the east coast, 13 miles south of Portree, The main centre of population in the Island.
From the course there are spectacular views of the red Cullins and the isle of Raasay.
The club consists of a seaside 9 hole course laid out with 18 tees, a clubhouse with toilet and changing facilities, a small shop and a tea-room serving light snacks.
Plans are underway to upgrade the course to a full 18 holes using 23 acres of new ground. It is hoped work will commence on the extension by the year 2000. Club facilities and amenities include club and trolley hire all year; changing facilities; small golf shop; tea-room.
Centrally situated on the A87 trunk road, halfway between Broadford and Portree near the Village of Sconser. Access to Skye is by the bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh or by Ferry crossing at Mallaig/Armadale or Glenelg/Kylermea.
For more information on Isle of Skye Golf Club see www.go lfeurope.com/clubs/isle_of_skye
|Course Name: Isle of Skye Holes: 9 Yardage: 4677 SSS: 64|
|Seaside 9 hole course laid out with 18 tees which means that most holes have a different approach and length second time around giving an 18 hole feel to the course. Each hole has a Gaelic name referring to a particular landmark near the location. At 4677 yards for 18 holes the course is certainly not long but nevertheless has some challenging holes with accurate shots required on every hole. The 447 yard dogleg second with the sound of Raasay up the left hand-side plays more like a par 5. The course that has twelve par 4's and six par 3's, ideal for golfers of all ages and abilities.
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