Golf Courses in Grantown-on-Spey
Hotels near Grantown-on-Spey Golfing
Golf in Grantown-on-Spey is a popular sport and tourists from all over the world make sure to stop off at one of the Grantown golf clubs to enjoy the authentic Scottish golfing experience at its best. Dramatic views, beautiful courses and a variety of wildlife all come together to make your stay an unforgettable one.
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club
Founded back in 1890, this 18 hole golf course is situated in Grantown, 35 miles from Inverness. The facilities had an extensive upgrade and refurbishment in 1999, meaning this historic club now enjoys the best modern amnesties and facilities including a well-stocked golf shop, a bar and dining area and the clubhouse. The course is 5710 yards long, with an average par of 70, this course is suitable for both beginners and keen golfers with the holes split into three sections. Holes 1 - 6 are played over flat grass land, holes 7 – 12 go through tougher bumpy woodlands and finally holes 13 to 18 progress back through towards flowing grasslands. The course provides a magnificent view to the Cairngorm range, as well as the natural beauty of the course itself with its abundance of wildlife.
Craggan Golf Course
Located next to the river Spey and boasting views of the breath-taking Cairngorm Mountains in the South as well as the Cromdale hills to the East, this 18 hole course measures 2406 medal yards, with holes ranging from 51 yards to 209 yards. The signature hole is the 12th, a 162 yard downhill affair that sees a small pond interceding a two tiered green framed by spectacular views of the river Spey. There is also an 18 hole putting green, which is free for those who have paid for a round of golf.
Abernethy Golf Club
Established back in 1893, this historic and traditional course is built on natural moorland and is framed with beautiful pine trees. Suitable for golfers of all standards, the course provides the ideal ground to improve your short game. The clubhouse provides a great space for some relaxation and a break from golfing, serving up home baked treats and refreshments. One can also do a spot of wildlife watching here with red squirrel, curlews and even osprey among the species that can be seen. Clubs are available for hire.
Eat & Drink
Have something to eat or drink before or after your round of golf at our Speyside Restaurant, which serves traditional Scottish food featuring local options on the menu. If you prefer more of an informal dining option, The Cromdale Bar is open every evening serving hot drinks, beverages and light food.
Book a Room
Spend the time touring the golf courses by staying at The Craiglynne Hotel where we offer standard and superior guestrooms, many with views of the Cromdale Hills. View our latest offers & breaks.