Elgin Golf Course
Founded in 1906, Elgin Golf Club is a testing heathland course measuring 6449 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.
The course, a test to low and high handicap players alike, is kept in immaculate condition by the green-staff and, while playing one's round, there is the added beauty of the view to the hills stretching to the distant Cairngorm Mountains.
The prestigious Northern Open was played here in 1997, and with Peter Allis describing Elgin as 'the finest inland course in the north', this place is one you may wish to visit.
Certainly, it provides a refreshing change from links golf and the welcome here is as friendly as you may meet.
Visitors can expect a warm welcome,the Clubhouse provides full catering and bar facilities for you to enjoy, and the Professional has a well-stocked shop. Once played, you are sure to return.
Elgin Golf Club
Yardage: 6449 (whites)
Full Bar & Catering
Changing Rooms with Showers
Driving Range with 15 flood lit bays