Newtonmore Golf Club
Golf Course Road,
Newtonmore, Inverness PH20 1AT
Tel : +44 (0)1540 673 328 Fax : +44 (0)1540 673 878

A superb 18 hole 'parkland' course less than a minute's walk from the centre of the village. Par 70, 6029 yards, with quality greens and some challenging obstacles. The Club welcomes individuals and organised parties (pre-booked, please) and provides good clubhouse facilities including meals and bar facilities.

6 km west of Kingussie. 60 km south of Inverness

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Course Details

Course Name: Newtonmore Holes: 18 Yardage: 6029 SSS: 68
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    Geoff COLMER wrote on: Jan 25, 2005

    Played at this friendly club last Autumn (late September). Course was in good nick, with good greens, but found the holes the other side of the railway tracks somewhat same'my. But do still keep it on your list to visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jeff Cowell Hdcp 15 12/98, Tennessee, USA.

    Jeff Cowell Hdcp 15 wrote on: Nov 30, 1998

    Newtonmore is a fine play, very much what this Yank was expecting from an inland course. Fairways were excellent. Unfortunately, the greens were freshly aerated but appeared to be in good shape otherwise.
    The nine longish par-4 holes (365 yards or more) and the three par 3s (average of 171 yards) tests the middle handicapper from the white tees (6029 yards), so I suggest the yellow (guest tees) at 5440 yards even though the attendant will probably offer the white tees to a polite guest on a weekday. Ladies don't get much help off the tee (5289 yards from the reds) so this is not the best course for a mixed group.
    Excellent clubhouse with dining room; entire staff was efficient and congenial (even on a rainy day). This is a good value on the weekday.
    Finally, the eighteenth does require a shot back across the entrance road, so take plenty of club off the tee and aim left for a peek at the flagstick.