One of the world’s great courses and only the remoteness of its location hinders it from being an Open venue. Dornoch is possibly Scottish links golf at its best, whatever the time of year. In spring, the sea of yellow gorse is truly something to behold. On a summer’s evening, or in the still of an autumn afternoon when the heather is in full purple bloom, Dornoch is as close to a golfing paradise as one can get. Golf has been played here since the 17th century but it was the influence of the legendary Tom Morris in 1886 that made it the spectacle and challenge that it is today. Dornoch is located roughly 30 miles north of Inverness.
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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