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Golspie Golf Club - Sutherland, United Kingdom

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Golspie Golf Club, Golspie, Sutherland, KW10 6ST, United Kingdom

01408 633266
Length: 5836yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 68

About the Golf Club

Set at the foot of Ben Bhraggie in the Highlands of Scotland, Golspie Golf Club offers one of the finest settings for a round of golf. Founded in 1889 and designed by the legendary James Braid.

The course offers a refreshing challenge to all abilities of golfer. Only 15 miles from the famous Royal Dornoch and within a short drive of the other local courses, Golspie offers a unique blend of seaside links, heath and parkland golf.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

It is difficult to really establish what kind of ciurse Golpsie is. It's a hybrid of links, heathland, moorland and parkland which provides one of the toughest tests of golf you could find in terms of the sheer variety of holes on offer. The opening 5 holes are definitely links style golf, played along the shoreline. Drives can be sprayed pretty much anywhere, which doesn't prepare you for what is to come. You then go inland and play a series of heathland/parkland holes where straight driving is an absolute must. Fairways are tight, stray from the straight and narrow and all kinds of hazards await - heather, gorse and water to name a few. Several tee shots are blind, just in case the course wasn't difficult enough. The best line for so many drives on this course see you going over heather and pretty heavy rough, so "duff" drives are heavily penalised. The greens are generally in good nick, and are well protected by bunkers, water, gorse etc as well as the prevailing elements. The course in general looked in need of a little bit of care and attention when we visited, but that said this is a good testing track. The Clubhouse, as with many of the Highlands clubs, did not look the most inviting but facilities inside were adequate. We were well looked after as visitors who they are clearly keen to attract. A tough challenge but well worth the visit

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