Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club lies north of Inverness on a narrow peninsula which juts out into Rosemarkie Bay...
Originally Torvean Golf Club, Kings Golf Club (named in honour of the 6th century Pictish King Bridei) was established in 2019 and the club's new heath-like course was designed by Glasgow-born architect Stuart Rennie.
The Askernish golf course was created by Old Tom Morris back in 1891 but over the years, it fell into disrepair. In 2008 the Askernish Golf Club came back to life.
Billed as Britain’s most northerly 18-hole links course, the layout at Reay Golf Club was established in 1893 but it fell into decline during World War II, only to re-emerge stronger than ever in the early 1960s.
A much underrated course that extends to just over 6,000 yards from the back markers, the New course at Moray Golf Club opened in 1979 when Sir Henry Cotton converted an old layout.
Overlooking the Dornoch Firth, Tain Golf Club arguably offers one of the best settings imaginable in the highlands for a round of golf. With sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains behind.
Elgin Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 2006 and members have enjoyed golfing over the same wonderful, free-draining terrain for every single one of those 100 years...
Durness Golf Club was recently voted the second best 9-hole course in Scotland and it occupies a remote site in the north western corner of the mainland where fairways are set out along the Faraid Head peninsula.
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is the perfect foil to a round at nearby Boat of Garten with both venues sharing the same spectacular mountain scenery.
Founded in 1909, Hopeman Golf Club has never looked back since members decided to add a further nine holes to the original course layout in 1995.