A round of golf

Whether you come to play yourself, or to watch the Scottish Open or the many other tournaments. Tullochwood is the perfect location for a golfing holiday, with both championship courses and slightly less challenging ones all within easy reach.

Covesea Golf Links

Covesea Golf Links overlooks the Moray Firth

Covesea Links Golf Course – a newly opened 9 hole course, nestled in a cove right on the coast between Lossiemouth and Hopeman.  The aim of the course is to provide pay and play golf in beautiful Moray, that is playable for beginners but a challenge for the experienced.- 01343 810012

Dufftown Golf Club – an 18 hole course set amongst the most breathtaking scenery in Speyside, visitors return regularly to enjoy golf in this beautiful Banffshire setting where two of the holes (7th & 10th) feature in “Britain’s 100 Extraordinary Golf Holes” by Geoff Harvey and Vanessa Strowger.  www.dufftowngolfclub.com – 01340 820325

Elgin Golf Club – a testing heathland course measuring 6401 yards with par of 69 and a standard scratch of 71, fully justifying its claim to be one of the finest inland courses in the northern part of Scotland. www.elgingolfclub.com – 01343 542338

Hopeman Golf Club –  originally a nine hole course, extended in 1985 making it probably one of the most demanding links courses in the North of Scotland. Most fairways are jealously guarded by gorse and broom, adding an additional challenge to members and visitors alike.  www.hopemangc.co.uk – 01343 830578

Forres Golf Club – designed by Open Championship winners James Braid and Willie Park the par 70 course is just less than 6300 yards.   In its recent history, Forres has been honoured to host events such as the Scottish Professional Championship, the Northern Open, and the Scottish Young Professionals Championships – a testimony to its quality.. –www.forresgolfclub.co.uk – 01309 672949

Grantown on Spey Golf Club – the 18 hole course measures 5710 yards, with a par of 70 and Standard Scratch Score of 68. Though not long, it presents a fair challenge for every calibre of golfer. It is naturally split into three sections – Holes 1 to 6 are played over flat parkland, holes 7-12 are played through moderately hilly woodland, whilst holes 13 to 18 revert to undulating parkland. www.grantownonspeygc.co.uk  – 01479 872079

Keith Golf Club – a challenging parkland course, set amongst stunning scenery, which provides superb golf for experts and novices alike. www.keithgolfclub.org.uk – 01542 882469

Kinloss Country Golf Course – an 18 hole parkland course with spectacular views across the Moray Firth.  Originally built as 9 holes, several years later, this course was extended to 18 Holes, offering golfers an American style of play with two very different courses either side of the Clubhouse. www.kinlosscountrygolf.co.uk  – 01343 850585

Moray Golf Club – a classic links designed by Old Tom Morris with deep revetted bunkers, undulating gorse lined fairways and smooth fast greens. The old course is considered to be one of the finest links courses in Scotland.  It is a superb test of golf with seven par fours over 400 yards.  www.moraygolf.co.uk – 01343 812018

Nairn Dunbar Golf Club – situated on the shores of the Moray Firth, the course is a highly rated Scottish links championship course representing a formidable challenge with its gorse and whin lined fairways. www.nairndunbar.com – 01667 452741

Nairn Golf Club – nestling on the shores of the Moray Firth this Traditional Scottish Golf Links Course was created from a Highland wilderness of gorse and heather, and tests the talents of professional and amateur alike. It is now one of the best courses in Scotland, and has hosted a large number of important championships. www.nairngolfclub.co.uk  – 01667 453208

Rothes Golf Club – an attractive 9 hole inland course, built on parkland featuring lush tree-lined fairways overlooks wonderful panoramic views of the Spey Valley and the friendly village of Rothes.  www.rothesgolfclub.co.uk  – 01340 831443

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