News Items for Competitions
More than 200 golfers from across the UK and Europe will tee off next week in a prestigious event over three of the Highlands’ leading links courses. The annual Tomatin Single Malt 54-Hole Pro-Am will be held from 28-30 September at Castle Stuart Golf Links, The Nairn Golf Club and Royal Dornoch Golf Club. In […]
By Stuart McColm, General Manager, Castle Stuart Golf Links For any golfer, playing three of Scotland’s finest links courses – Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch and Nairn Golf Club – on successive days is an experience that’s hard to beat. Next week more than 200 golfers from all over the UK, as well as some from […]
Our Highlands links are gaining a growing reputation for hosting leading golf events and hopefully more tournaments will be heading north in future. In Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and Nairn, we certainly have courses that provide a test fit for international competition and spectacular settings for on-course and TV viewing spectators. Castle Stuart, of course, […]
By Fraser Cromarty, Chairman of Highland Golf Links and CEO of The Nairn Golf Club Although we are nearing the end of August our golfing season in the Highlands is still far from over. This week Royal Dornoch Golf Club plays host to the Jacques Leglise Trophy which will see the leading nine amateur boy […]
Sandy Scott, from The Nairn Golf Club, is among Great Britain and Ireland’s leading boy golfers who aim to retain the prestigious Jacques Leglise Trophy which will be played at Royal Dornoch for the first time next week. Sandy (16) is one of two Scots in the nine-strong GB&I side which will face the Continent […]
By Stuart McColm In 10 days time the focus of the golfing world will be on the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open when some of the world’s leading players will be finalising preparations for St Andrews the following week. It is a timely reminder that the spotlight will soon be on the Highlands again when […]
By Neil Hampton The Irish Open was played at Royal County Down at the end of May with Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen winning over the classic links course. In the last five years the Scottish Open has been held at Castle Stuart, Royal Aberdeen and Gullane, all links course with high world rankings. What was common […]
Golfers at a world famous club have stepped in to ensure elderly neighbours will not suffer another power failure during winter storms.
China offers huge potential to Scottish golf tourism and the Highlands can capture a large slice of future income from its golfing visitors.
Trade mission to sell Highland golf to Chinese visitors in hope of tapping into huge potential of growing market