Situated on the Moray Firth, Nairn Dunbar Golf Links is a championship golf course that welcomes thousands of visitors each year.
This year the club was chosen by the R&A to host the Boys Amateur Championship, which is testimony to the quality and condition of the course.
Nairn Dunbar Golf Links ranked 9th in the North of Scotland Top 100 Golf Courses. Our championship links course stretches out 6765 yards over 18 holes, containing four par 3s, four par 5s and ten par 4s, giving a par 72 overall.
The course is a great test for golfers of all abilities who can vary their play depending on which tees they choose to play from. With its natural undulating fairways it is also a course that is not tiring to play and this attracts many visitors who come back year after year to play in our many competitions. One thing is for sure, a round at Nairn Dunbar Golf Links promises all golfers a fun and enjoyable experience.
Throughout the year we run many Open Competitions which include our 4-Day Seniors Open in April, and our 5-Day Open Competition in August which are always fully booked. We pride ourselves on looking after visitors to our club and ensure that they will remember their visit for all the right reasons; from the moment they first arrive to when they leave, they will be assured of the best visitor golf experience around.
Once you have finished your round we suggest you relax in our well-appointed clubhouse where you can sit back and re-count the highs and hopefully not too many lows of your round. We cater for golfers in all sizes of playing parties whether they are two friends enjoying a round on a late summer evening, or a full corporate function which can sometimes mean catering for up to 100 people.
So put our team to the test. We would love to welcome you to Nairn Dunbar Golf Links where you can enjoy a round and have a great day out.
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