Speyside Golf Experience partner Golf Clubs exhibit the best that Speyside has to offer both in terms of the quality and variety of golf, from Boat of Garten and Grantown-on-Spey in the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains, through the green lowlands of the Laich of Moray where Elgin and Forres are to be found, to the seaside links of Moray Old course:
In the heart of the Scottish Highlands with the towering Cairngorm Mountains to the south and the River Spey skirting its fringe, there are few more sylvan settings than the Boat of Garten Golf Club.
It really is a surprise to most visitors to discover just how good Elgin Golf Club is in every respect, the much under-rated course has some of the best Par 4’s in Scotland.
Designed by Open Championship winners James Braid and Willie Park, Forres Golf Club is just less than 6300 yards, not the longest by today’s standards but it certainly provides a good test.
The picture-perfect Speyside village of Grantown-on-Spey offers one of those delightful golf dalliances, it doesn’t really matter how well you play here, you’re really going to enjoy it.
Like the famous Old Course at St Andrews, Moray Old starts and finishes in town, this is classic links, marching away from the clubhouse all the way to the 12th before turning for home close to the beach.