Carrbridge Golf Club

Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Thu, 2009-12-17

It is a lively, vibrant, dedicated Scottish Golf Club amidst some of the most beautiful scenery you will ever wish to see. Here you can be sociable or solitary, enter Scottish Golf competitions or play your own matches, as the mood dictates, soaking up the atmosphere whilst you enjoy your game. The course rises to about 1000 feet to present excellent views of the Cairngorm Mountains. This beautiful 9 hole course provides the best views of the Cairngorm mountains, a challenge for experienced golfers and loads of fun for inexperienced ones. Kept in beautiful condition the greens are known to change character as the day progresses so a different challenge may be faced on your second nine holes.

Holes: 9 Yardage: 5402 Par: 71

SSS: 68

Carrbridge Golf Club was reformed in 1980 but there has been a Golf Course on this site for over 100 years. The course has been moulded around the natural contours of the land and as a result offers few man made hazards. Burns abound and there is water somewhere on every hole. Burns and ditches provide natural hazards on all holes along with the lie of the land and as much preservation of native flora as can be afforded. Carefully positioned bunkers give cause for thought when managing your way around this delightful course.

You may be surprised to know that we have a great choice of golf courses right here in the area. Looking to play 9 holes? Carrbridge Golf Club, Craggan and Abernethy Golf Club have plenty of character and will challenge even the most demanding player. The setting of many of our 18-hole courses would be reason enough to visit in itself. Carrbridge Golf Club is only one of nine beautiful courses in the area. If you would like to play another 9-hole course then why not try Abernethy. Want a shorter game? Then visit Craggan Golf Course. If it is 18-holes you are looking for then you can choose from Kingussie, Boat of Garten, Newtonmore and Grantown-on-Spey and don’t forget the area’s newest championship course in Aviemore the Spey Valley course.

Visitors are welcome and there is plenty of parking space. Tea, Coffee and Snacks are available at the Clubhouse. Trolleys and Clubs are available for hire.

Clubhouse Hours: April 9.00am to 4.00pm May 8.30am to 5.00pm June to August 8.00am to 6.00pm September 8.30am to 5.00pm

October 9.00am to 4.00pm

Contact: Carrbridge Golf Club Tel: 01479 841 623


The Carrbridge Golf Club

A view over the golf course at Carrbridge

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