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With a design influenced by the great James Braid, our 6021-yard course embodies the true spirit of Scottish golf. Breath-taking views to both sea and mountains make it a delight to play for all abilities. But it’s also a course where links holes lead to heathland with unforgettable pin placements and bunkering throughout. Sit back and enjoy the stunning outlook over the Moray Firth and the friendliest welcome in the whole of Scotland. Situated on the North Coast 500 route, come and find out all that makes Golspie Golf Club that extra bit special.



With various restaurants and cafes to choose from, enjoy some fresh local cuisine from The Golspie Inn or Trentham Hotel.Enjoy some fresh local fish from The Trawler Fish & Chip shop which has been rated in the top 10 fish and chip shops in the North and North East and only a 5 minute walk along the road! 


Dunrobin Castle

Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses and the largest in the Northern Highlands with 189 rooms. Dunrobin Castle is also one of Britain's oldest continuously inhabited houses dating back to the early 1300s, home to the Earls and later, the Dukes of Sutherland.



The steep pull up Ben Bhraggie (or Beinn a'Bhragaidh to give it its proper, Gaelic name) is well rewarded by excellent views over the coastline and inland hills - on a clear day both coasts of Scotland can be seen. The massive Sutherland monument, locally known as the 'The Mannie', marks the top from where this circuit takes a gentler route down on forest tracks initially. The circuit is then extended by returning down the dramatic Big Burn gorge.



On the south side of the pier in the charming fishing village of Golspie, the award-winning South Beach makes a good destination for those braving a summer dip in the waters. 

The wide, golden sandy beach has some of the cleanest sand in the area.  The waters are generally calm and the water quality is good.  On a warm day, the beach is a great place to bring a bucket and spade and while away the hours enjoying the views.

With attractive views across the Moray Firth Golspie beach is a fine destination for a scenic stroll.  There are also no restrictions on dog-walking.


Mountain Biking

Billed as the longest freeride descent in the UK, the new trail currently being built high up on Ben Bhraggie, Golspie is sure to attract downhill aficionados from all over the UK. The most northern of Scotland's mountain bike centres, the evocatively named Highland Wildcat Trails are accessed directly from the centre of Golspie, a picturesque village about an hour's drive north of Inverness.

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