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Bonar Bridge Ardgay Golf Club

Bonar Bridge – Ardgay Golf Club
Migdale Road
Bonar Bridge
Sutherland
IV24 3EJ

Coursetype: A scenic heathland course. Sculped around the natural contours of the land all surrounded by mature trees. Stunning views and an abundance of wildlife.

Number Of Holes: 9

Yardage: From the white tees 5162 yards for 18 Holes

Par: 68 for 18 Holes

TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose White Tee as slope rating playing option.6812865.6
Choose Yellow Tee as slope rating playing option.6812865.6
TeeParSlope RatingCourse Rating
Choose Red Tee as slope rating playing option.6811467.6

All the calculations are based on 18 holes

Clubhouse Facilities

Bar/Restaurant: This recently re-furbished clubhouse is the perfect setting overlooking the course to relax before or after your round. The catering is provided by Nannys Catering serving up delicious home made food from local suppliers. Not open 7 days.

Drinks/Snacks: Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day, only when the catering is available

Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor

Shower Facilities: No showers available

Scorecard and layout

Bonar Bridge – Ardgay Golf Club Scorecard and Course layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size

Golf Facilities

Pro-Shop: No Pro shop

Golf Club Hire: There are limited amount of Golf clubs available to hire it would be best to pre book before arriving

Buggy Hire: Buggy available to hire best to pre book to ensure availability

Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire

Practice Area: Practice nets available to warm up

Putting Practice: Large practice putting green available

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Bonar Bridge, Ardgay Golf Club Reviews

Jim hardenJim harden
16:55 05 Aug 22
Very good value for money. Course was in good condition.
Andrew AbernethyAndrew Abernethy
21:40 02 Aug 22
On holiday near this fab little course so phoned up this morning to see if we could get a round.We where made really welcome from the green keeper who sorted my 75yr old friend Mike out with a buggy, she then pointed us to the first tee where we proceeded to have a really lovely round with our daughters. Corse is a little gem and we will return.Thanks ,the Abernethy’s from West linton.
Ben BaconBen Bacon
17:34 21 Jul 22
Great nine-hole course, a real beauty.Lovely welcome from Kerry, who set up everything, club rental, trolley etc.The Club is fortunate to have her.
Michael BairdMichael Baird
15:33 17 Jun 22
A very scenic course
Steve QueenSteve Queen
21:23 15 May 22
Dropped in for a Coffee, the Cheese Scones were very good as was the Coffee
Angus RossAngus Ross
21:38 25 Nov 21
Excellent home made soup and sandwiches for lunch today.
Sasha SaundersSasha Saunders
21:06 27 Oct 21
Fantastic course with the most amazing club house which does the best food. Great, friendly staff who go out of their way to please 100/10..
Barry StevensBarry Stevens
21:45 13 Sep 21
Used the nicely refurbished café it’s so different, from our last visit, so inviting. We had drinks and food, excellent food. Cash only
Robin MegahyRobin Megahy
21:12 12 Aug 21
Nice course. But overpriced.
Adrian BowvockAdrian Bowvock
17:26 12 Aug 21
Great course for a 9 hole some interesting holes
Alan RhindAlan Rhind
07:35 19 Jul 21
Just played a round of golf today at Braemar. First-time visitor to the golf course. The course itself is quite different from my normal Links courses but offers some challenges. Fairways wide, but greens are small, so beware. Course was in pretty good condition for the time of year. Unfortunately the local we met entered the conversation by ‘ Have you paid yet and was it the right amount as we don’t have a lot of money ‘ Seriously!!!! Welcome to Braemar.
Sue CarterSue Carter
18:46 05 Jul 21
A great gem of a golf course. Very welcoming & lovely views to the loch. Great also to be away from the windy damp weather of the coasts. Added bonus of delicious home made sandwiches & sweet treats. We had such a great time playing 9 we stayed after lunch & played another 9
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In their Words…….

The course was opened 1904 by the Carnegie family, and situated among grand scenery.

Loch Migdale down below to the south east, surrounded with wooded heights forms a panoramic scene rarely surpassed, with which, in pleasing contrast, blend the more barren and rugged heights to the north, while the south can seem the sinuous channel of the Kyle of Sutherland, with magnificent mountains of Ross beyond.

The club extends a warm Highland welcome to all, only 50 minutes north of Inverness and close to Dornoch and Tain a visit to Bonar Bridge is a must.

Bonar Bridge, Ardgay Golf Club