Founded in 1887, Nairn was made the great links challenge that it is today by Tom Morris and, subsequently, the renowned James Braid of Earlsferry. Nairn may appear to be a fairly straight forward track through whins and heather, but one only has to play it once to appreciate why it is considered one of the best championship courses in Scotland. Far from a casual walk through the dunes, the course requires that you call on the whole spectrum of shots available in a golfer's repertoire. Nairn has hosted the Walker Cup and the British Amateur Championship, as well as other prestigious tournaments.
Caddies available: Yes (Request in advance through Links Golf)
Pullcarts available: Yes
Practice facilities: Driving range and putting green
Electric buggies available: Medical certificate required (only 2 available)
Dress code: Appropriate golf attire
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