The championship course at Nairn Golf Club
Length6436 yards

Nairn is a traditional Scottish links course founded in 1887. The golf course layout was worked on by three great Scottish course architects, Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Ben Sayers.

Set on the shores of the Moray Firth, the golf course becomes progressively more difficult as you go round. The front nine holes offer the best chance of a score, while the back nine can catch out even the most experienced golfer, particularly as you reach the homeward stretch.

This is a great setting for golf as the Moray Firth can be seen from every hole - but it is also quite easy to hit the ball into the sea on any of the first seven holes!

Nairn can claim to be one of the best courses in Scotland. Amongst other international events, the club hosted the 1999 Walker Cup, the match between the leading amateur golfers of Great Britain & Ireland and the United States.

Nairn is close to Inverness and is well worth including in a golf tour of the highlands of Scotland, alongside the championship course at Royal Dornoch, or the traditional links courses of Tain or Fortrose.

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