Castle Stuart

Castle Stuart golf course, north of Scotland
Length7009 yards

The Castle Stuart course, opened in Summer 2009, has been created by the same team behind the excellent Kingsbarns Links near St Andrews.

Castle Stuart is in a superb setting on the Moray Firth to the east of Inverness. This will prove a worthy addition to the other Championship golf courses in this area. Alongside Royal Dornoch and the championship course at Nairn Golf Club, Castle Stuart makes a visit to the Inverness area well worth considering for any golf tour.

Golfers will enjoy wonderful views across the Moray Firth from all around the links. The course design has been given very careful consideration and the layout ensures each hole is isolated from the others.

The excellent condition of the course, and the challenging layout, led to it being selected to stage the Scottish Open in 2011, just two years after opening. Castle Stuart hosted the event again in 2012.

While the courses features revetted bunkers, much associated with Scottish links golf, the designers have included large open bunkers which are more in keeping with the original links when large open sandy areas were common features of the golf courses.

Undulating links terrain and these large open bunkers will provide plenty of challenge and entertainment for visitors to this new golfing venue.

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