Brora Golf Club

Brora, Scotland

Go back in time at classic links along the North Sea 

📷 broragolfclub.co.uk
📷 broragolfclub.co.uk

These days, no matter where you go, golf is a thoroughly modern affair. Phones, GPS, electronic tools, music, and more demand attention on the course. Brora is the antithesis of this. It’s a classic links stretching along an endless sea for nine holes, before turning to return. Sheep and cattle have roam free over the course (except the electric fence-protected greens), keeping the rough to a minimum. At Brora, it’s simply about great golf in a wonderfully memorable setting far from modernity.

Expert Reviews

Rankings

World

Not ranked

UK & Ireland

#94

Top 100 Golf Courses

Scotland

#24

Golf Digest

 

#30

Top 100 Golf Courses

📷 scottishgolf.org
📷 scottishgolf.org

Course Photos

Course Layout

Course Flyover

What To Know

Yardage & Tees
When to Play
Brora is open year around. 

March through June is the driest season, while the warmest temperatures can be found June through September.  April through November is a fine time to play Brora, with May-June being your best bet. 

Temperature

Sunshine

Precipitation

Greens Fees
 

Month

Greens Fees

January £40
February £40
March £45
April £55
May £68, 8am to 4pm. £40 after 4pm
June £68, 8am to 4pm. £40 after 4pm
July £68, 8am to 4pm. £40 after 4pm
August £68, 8am to 4pm. £40 after 4pm
September £68, 8am to 4pm. £40 after 4pm
October £68, 8am to 4pm. £40 after 4pm
November £40
December £40

Note: Juniors under 18 play free if accompanied by a full paying adult.

Greens fees last verified November 2018. View them on broragolfclub.co.uk

Visitor Tee Times
Visitors may play Brora seven days a week.

Book a tee time.

Rentals & Caddies
Caddies are available for £45 plus gratuity. You should request them in advance.

Clubs are available to rent for £20. Book them in advance.

Pull carts are available for £4.

Electric hand carts are available for £10.

Golf carts are £25.

Practice Facilities
Brora has a practice putting green
Other Things To Know
Course Website

Year Built: 1891

Architects: Old Tom Morris laid out the original course. Later, James Braid completely redesigned the course.

Deals: Special offers available for large groups, and with food. More information here.