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Fort Augustus Golf Club - Inverness-Shire, United Kingdom

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Fort Augustus Golf Club, Fort Augustus, Inverness-Shire, PH32 4DS, United Kingdom

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01320 366660
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http://www.fortaugustusgc.webeden.co.uk/
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fortaugustusgc@aol.com
Length: 5379yds | Holes: 9 | Par: 68

About the Golf Club

One of Scotlands hidden gems Fort Augustus was laid out in 1924 by Harry Shapland Colt on the banks of the Caledonian Canal near Loch Ness.It's a traditional heathland course and is widely regarded as the most challenging 9 hole course in Scotland.There are dual tee positions giving the course a true 18 hole feel.

The dense gorse and heather that line the long narrow fairways demand accurate driving and the putting too is a real challenge with the sloping heavily undulated greens varying in speed depending on the weather conditions.

The scenary never loses it's breathtaking appeal to those who have played here in the past or are visiting for the first time.

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by Anonymous

A second round might allow a better result on this nice little course which a local guy described as "the toughest 9 hole course of the Highlands".

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