|Address and contact:||Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club
Golf Course Road
Tel: 01479 872079
Fax: 01479 873725
|About:||Established in 1890, Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club welcomes individual players and societies. The 5710 yard course has a par of 70 (SSS68) and was progressively developed over the early part of the century by A.C. Brown, Willie Park and James Braid.
The Spey Valley is a majour tourist area and when not golfing, the visitor can explore the Malt Whisky Trail, view the ospreys at nearby Loch Garten, fish in the River Spey or simply go walking in the hills or through the abundant pine forests.
Located in the beautiful Spey Valley, the course is a mixture of parkland and woodland with many magnificent views towards the Cairngorm range and the Cromdale Hills. Walking is relatively easy and the course presents a fair challenge for every calibre of golfer.
Perhaps the most scenic hole is Murdie’s View, the 275 yard 9th, a short downhill par 4 with the spectacular backdrop of the Cromdale Hills. When the heather is in bloom it is incomparable.