The Course was established by the Members on the Golspie Links in 1889, extended by Archie Simpson of Aberdeen in 1908, and modified by the celebrated James Braid in 1926.
Laid out along the scenic north shore of the Dornoch Firth, the course offers a challenging mix of sea-side links, heath and parkland, against the backdrop of Ben Bhraggie.
Golspie is an easy-walking, humps and hollows links course. Paradise and The Lochy (9th & 10th holes) are favoured by many golfers as is the 16th The Cairngorms where the well-guarded, two-tiered par 3 green, created by James Braid sits beyond a deep hollow, with trouble everywhere.
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