Golfing in Lochash
STOP PRESS The Golf course in Kyle of Lochalsh is now open again.
Kyle Golf Course June 2008
The course is also worth a visit as a wildlife sanctuary. Otters, deer, mink, herons, oystercatchers and curlews are daily visitors in season and the good news is that a new group has been formed to reinstate the course to prime playing conditions. The course WAS nine-hole with a couple of the tees requiring basic rock climbing skills, however the views here are second to none with the Skye Bridge adjacent and the Black Cuillin hills opposite. As soon as we have an update ... we will post news here!
Fairway, Kyle Golf Course - summer 2007
Lochcarron Golf Club was established in 1908 and is a short but demanding course in a beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands just outside of Lochacarron on both sides of the road. (Parking and clubhouse are on the loch side of the road)
A warm welcome to all visitors is extended, at this 9 hole golf course however there are actually 11 tees. It measures 3575 yards for eighteen holes and is an enjoyable challenge of accuracy. The Standard Scratch Score and par score for the course is 60
The course is open all year and the newly built clubhouse is open April to October for light meals and snacks. For all details, competitions, fixtures etc please visit www.lochcarrongolf.co.uk its a good website. Day ticket is 12 pounds with a week pass at 50 pounds. Juniors under 16 on 1st March each year are half price.
Visitors are welcome although you should phone or email to book a round before travelling.
Peter C White
Lochcarron Golf Club
Telephone: 01520 722 206
The Isle of Skye Golf Club is located at Sconser (centre of Skye about 10 miles from Portree and 20 miles from the Skye Bridge) and has to be one of the most scenic courses anywhere! You can walk along the beach between tees and look across to the Isle of Raasay or up at the Red Cuillin or Ben Tianavaig.
It is a nine hole course with "3 shared tees, holes 4 and 13, 6 and 15, and 9 and 18, the other 12 holes have individual tee placements on the front and back 9 holes, creating a different approach and length second time around, giving more of an 18-hole feel to the layout."
The course is open all year. Visitors are most welcome.
To book (especially at weekends) please email email@example.com The club will normally reply within 24 Hrs. For complete hole descriptions and scorecard please see the comprehensive website at www.isleofskyegolfclub.co.uk
Isle of Skye Golf Club
Isle Of Skye
Telephone: 01478 650414
Club Secretary: Ian MacMillan (01471 822372)