Golspie Golf Club

Golspie, Scotland

A little Scottish Highlands gem that does it all

📷 golspiegolfclub.co.uk
📷 golspiegolfclub.co.uk

In baseball, you have your everyday starters and then you have your bench players. Both are essential for a winning team. In the countryside surrounding Inverness, all stars like Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and Brora are your starters. And gems like Golspie are part of your stand-out bench. Like many a great bench player, it may a little short but Golspie can do it all. It has a links section, a heathland section and a parkland section. There are seaside holes and forested holes. And all add up to a thoroughly enjoyable, affordable and welcoming experience that is an essential part of a winning trip to the Scottish Highlands.

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Course Layout

Course Flyover

What To Know

Yardage & Tees

When to Play

Golspie is open year around, weather permitting.

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 Golspie, with May-June being your best bet. 




Greens Fees


Greens Fees

January £20
February £20
March £20
April £60
May £60
June £60
July £60
August £60
September £60
October 1-24 £60
October 25-31 £20
November £20
December £20

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

Visitor Tee Times

Visitors may play Golspie seven days a week.

Book a tee time.

Rentals & Caddies

Caddies are available by special arrangement.

Pull carts are available

Golf carts are available in limited supply – book them in advance.

Practice Facilities

Golspie has a practice putting green and a short game practice area.

Other Things To Know

Course Website

Year Built: 1889

Architects: The course was largely designed by James Braid in 1926.

Course guide: Golspie has a virtual tour and a course guide.